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Kuleana and Commitment: Working Toward a Collaborative Hawaiian Archaeology by Kathleen L Kawelu (review)

Kuleana and Commitment: Working Toward a Collaborative Hawaiian Archaeology by Kathleen L Kawelu... 192 the contemporary pacific • 29:1 (2017) Kuleana and Commitment: Working munities and archaeologists does not Toward a Collaborative Hawaiian exist and must not be perpetuated” Archaeology, by Kathleen L Kawelu. (13). She also outlines the book’s Honolulu: University of Hawai‘i methodology, an ethnographic study Press, 2015. isbn 978-0-8248-4680-0; of the field of archaeology through xi + 141 pages, glossaries, notes, refer- a series of interviews with practic- ences, index. Cloth, us$39.00. ing archaeologists and Kanaka Maoli stakeholders. Kathleen Kawelu, associate professor A chapter on the history of archae- of anthropology at the University of ology in Hawai‘i reveals that the Hawai‘i–Hilo, is to be commended traditional kāhuna kuhikuhipu‘uone for venturing into the sensitive terrain (priests responsible for the building of of relations between archaeologists in heiau [places of worship]) practiced Hawai‘i and Kānaka Maoli (Native a non-Western form of indigenous Hawaiians); her book, Kuleana and archaeology. However, the chapter Commitment: Working Toward a principally covers the span of Western Collaborative Hawaiian Archaeology, presence in the Islands, from mission- is an honest attempt to bridge cultural, ary times to the present, and touches racial, and historic chasms. Despite on the major institutions that now leaving a few questions unexplored, http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png The Contemporary Pacific University of Hawai'I Press

Kuleana and Commitment: Working Toward a Collaborative Hawaiian Archaeology by Kathleen L Kawelu (review)

The Contemporary Pacific , Volume 29 (1) – Jan 21, 2017

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192 the contemporary pacific • 29:1 (2017) Kuleana and Commitment: Working munities and archaeologists does not Toward a Collaborative Hawaiian exist and must not be perpetuated” Archaeology, by Kathleen L Kawelu. (13). She also outlines the book’s Honolulu: University of Hawai‘i methodology, an ethnographic study Press, 2015. isbn 978-0-8248-4680-0; of the field of archaeology through xi + 141 pages, glossaries, notes, refer- a series of interviews with practic- ences, index. Cloth, us$39.00. ing archaeologists and Kanaka Maoli stakeholders. Kathleen Kawelu, associate professor A chapter on the history of archae- of anthropology at the University of ology in Hawai‘i reveals that the Hawai‘i–Hilo, is to be commended traditional kāhuna kuhikuhipu‘uone for venturing into the sensitive terrain (priests responsible for the building of of relations between archaeologists in heiau [places of worship]) practiced Hawai‘i and Kānaka Maoli (Native a non-Western form of indigenous Hawaiians); her book, Kuleana and archaeology. However, the chapter Commitment: Working Toward a principally covers the span of Western Collaborative Hawaiian Archaeology, presence in the Islands, from mission- is an honest attempt to bridge cultural, ary times to the present, and touches racial, and historic chasms. Despite on the major institutions that now leaving a few questions unexplored,

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Published: Jan 21, 2017

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