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For a Song by Rodney Morales (review)

For a Song by Rodney Morales (review) book and media reviews 247 and even intersect at times with those protagonist Kawika Apana. Accord- of the Americans and the Japanese; ing to recent historical work by David they seldom touch, however. For A Chang (“Borderlands in a World at the people of Peleliu, the battle was Sea: Concow Indians, Native Hawai- “an unmitigated social, cultural, and ians, and South Chinese in Indigenous, environmental disaster” (215). It is Global, and National Spaces” [The their attachment to their island that Journal of American History 898 separates their memories from those (2): 384–403]), Chang Apana was of the Americans and the Japanese. hānai­ed (adopted) into the family of Until their voice finds a featured place a Kanaka Maoli (native Hawaiian) among the contentious and disparate woman, Kahaulelio, and a Chinese histories of the battle over Peleliu, the man from the Pearl River Delta, C Y war over memory and commemora- Aiona. Both Chang Apana and C Y tion will go on. To his great credit, Aiona came from the same ancestral Stephen Murray has done much to village, suggesting that similar genea- redress the imbalance and injustice. logical logics of adoption were operat- ing in southern China and in Hawai‘i. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png The Contemporary Pacific University of Hawai'I Press

For a Song by Rodney Morales (review)

The Contemporary Pacific , Volume 30 (1) – Jan 12, 2018

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University of Hawai'I Press
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Copyright © 2008 University of Hawai'i Press.
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Abstract

book and media reviews 247 and even intersect at times with those protagonist Kawika Apana. Accord- of the Americans and the Japanese; ing to recent historical work by David they seldom touch, however. For A Chang (“Borderlands in a World at the people of Peleliu, the battle was Sea: Concow Indians, Native Hawai- “an unmitigated social, cultural, and ians, and South Chinese in Indigenous, environmental disaster” (215). It is Global, and National Spaces” [The their attachment to their island that Journal of American History 898 separates their memories from those (2): 384–403]), Chang Apana was of the Americans and the Japanese. hānai­ed (adopted) into the family of Until their voice finds a featured place a Kanaka Maoli (native Hawaiian) among the contentious and disparate woman, Kahaulelio, and a Chinese histories of the battle over Peleliu, the man from the Pearl River Delta, C Y war over memory and commemora- Aiona. Both Chang Apana and C Y tion will go on. To his great credit, Aiona came from the same ancestral Stephen Murray has done much to village, suggesting that similar genea- redress the imbalance and injustice. logical logics of adoption were operat- ing in southern China and in Hawai‘i.

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Published: Jan 12, 2018

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