Events

The Value of Hawai‘i Event Calendar as of 9/3/10
All events co-sponsored by the Hawai‘i Council for the Humanities and the Center for Biographical Research, and free and open to the public unless otherwise stated.

Wednesday, September 2, 7:00 am, AM 940

VH Contributors on Tourism and Historic Preservation
Tune in to Nā ‘Ōiwi ‘Ōlino on KINE 940 AM to listen to Ramsay Remigius Mahealani Taum and Sara Collins. Rebroadcast at 5 pm, and archived online [http://www.naoiwiolino.com]

Thursday, September 2, 5:30­-7:00 pm

The Economy, Tourism, and Agriculture in Hawai‘i
A “Beatup”/Meetup talk-story with Sumner La Croix, Ramsay Remigius Mahealani Taum, and Charles Reppun.
Archived online: http://www.civilbeat.com/info/beatups/

Friday, September 3, 12:30­-2:00

The Value of Hawai‘i in the Women’s Studies Colloquium Series
Featuring Mari Matsuda, Meda Chesney-Lind, Kat Brady, and D. Kapua‘ala Sproat.
UH Mānoa campus, Saunders Hall 624; co-sponsors by Departments of Women’s Studies and English

Monday, September 6

Free excerpt of “The Military” by Kathy E. Ferguson and Phyllis Turnbull published on Civil Beat [www.civilbeat.com]

Sunday, September 12, 3­5 pm

VH contributors on The Military, Terrestrial Ecosystems, and Hawaiian Issues
Featuring Kathy Ferguson, Patricia Tummons, and Jon Osorio at Revolution Books, Puck’s Alley.

Monday, September 13

Free excerpt of “Law and the Courts” by Melody Kapilialoha MacKenzie published on Civil Beat [www.civilbeat.com]

Monday, September 20

Free excerpt of “Public Education” by Mari Matsuda published on Civil Beat [www.civilbeat.com]

Thursday, September 23, 5:30­-7:00 pm

Reinventing Hawai‘i, Law, and the Courts
A “Beatup”/Meetup talk-story session with Tom Coffman and Melody Kapilialoha MacKenzie.
At the Civil Beat offices—3465 Waialae Ave., Suite 200 (the Central Pacific Bank Building)
Free and open to the public, but RSVP required—pls send an email to beatup@civilbeat.com

Saturday September 25, 1:00 pm­-1:00 am

We Value Hawaii: Art/Music/Dialogue
Join us for an all-day, all-ages event at Fresh Café, Queen Street: Art and digital media workshops, multi-media installations, slam poetry, bands, and more. Support local art and music, and register to vote!
Visit “The Value of Hawai’i Discussion Group” on Facebook for more info.

Monday September 27

Free excerpt of “University of Hawaii” by Neal Milner published on Civil Beat [www.civilbeat.com]

Thursday, September 30, 12 noon­-1:10 pm

The Value of Hawai‘i Lunchtime Series at UH Mānoa: An Introduction
Featuring Carlos Andrade, Tom Coffman, Craig Howes, and Jon Osorio
Kuykendall 410; co-sponsored by the UHM Chancellor’s Office.

Thursday, September 30, evening (TBA)

The Economy
Panel discussion featuring VH contributor Sumner La Croix and another member of the community.
At Chaminade U

Monday, October 4

Free excerpt of “Prisons” by Meda Chesney-Lind and Kat Brady published on Civil Beat [www.civilbeat.com]

Thursday, October 7, 12 noon­-1:10 pm

The Value of Hawai‘i Lunchtime Series at UH Mānoa: Business, Military, Race, Tourism, and Hawaiian Sustainability
Featuring Lowell Chun-Hoon, Kathy Ferguson, Davianna Pōmaika‘i McGregor, John Rosa, Ramsay Taum
Kuykendall 410; co-sponsored by the Chancellor’s Office.

Thursday, October 7, 5:30-­7 pm

Public Education, the University, and Prisons in Hawai‘i
A “Beatup” talk-story session with Mari Matsuda, Neal Milner, Meda Chesney-Lind, and Kat Brady
At the Civil Beat offices—3465 Waialae Ave., Suite 200 (the Central Pacific Bank Building)
Free and open to the public, but RSVP required—pls send an email to beatup@civilbeat.com

Monday, October 11

Free excerpt of “Climate Change” by Chip Fletcher published in Civil Beat [www.civilbeat.com]

Thursday, October 14, 12 noon-­1:10 pm

The Value of Hawai‘i Lunchtime Series at UH Mānoa: Government, Prisons, Law, and Public Education
With Chad Blair, Kat Brady, Meda Chesney-Lind, Melody Kapilialoha MacKenzie, Mari Matsuda, and Neal Milner
Kuykendall 410; co-sponsored by the Chancellor’s Office.

Thursday, October 14, evening (TBA)

Domestic Violence
Panel discussion featuring VH contributor Susan Hippensteele, and Marguerite Simson. Chaminade U.

Monday, October 18

Free excerpt of “Energy” by Henry Curtis published in Civil Beat [www.civilbeat.com]

Thursday, October 21, 12 noon-­1:10 pm

The Value of Hawai‘i Lunchtime Series at UH Mānoa: Ways of Life: The Arts, Women’s Issues, Homelessness, and Agriculture
Featuring Marilyn Cristofori, Susan Hippensteele, Charles Reppun, Trisha Kehaulani Watson
Kuykendall 410; co-sponsored by the Chancellor’s Office.

Monday, October 25

Free excerpt of “Water” by D. Kapua‘ala Sproat published on Civil Beat [www.civilbeat.com]

Monday, October 25, evening (TBA)

State Law in Hawai‘i. A Panel featuring several VH contributors (TBA)
Judiciary History Center, co-sponsored by the Hawaii Independent

Wednesday, October 27, 11:30­1:00

Kaneohe Business Group Luncheon—Craig Howes and Jon Osorio

Thursday, October 28, 12 noon-­1:10 pm

The Value of Hawai‘i Lunchtime Series at UH Mānoa: The Land, Preservation, and Health
Henry Curtis, Sara Collins, Dana Naone Hall, Deane Neubauer, Kapua Sproat.
Kuykendall 410; co-sponsored by the Chancellor’s Office.

Thursday, October 28, 3:30 pm

The Value of Hawai‘i for the Hogan Policy Forum
Featuring co-editors Craig Howes and Jon Osorio, at the Pacific Club
Invitation required

Thursday, October 28, evening (TBA)

The Price of Paradise and The Value of Hawai‘i. More details TBA

October 28, 5:30-­7:00 pm

The Climate, Energy, and Water in Hawai‘i
A “Beatup”/Meetup talk-story session with Chip Fletcher, Henry Curtis, and D. Kapua‘ala Sproat.
At the Civil Beat offices—3465 Waialae Ave., Suite 200 (the Central Pacific Bank Building)
Free and open to the public, but RSVP required—pls send an email to beatup@civilbeat.com

November 10, 3:00­6:00 pm

Panel discussion on Women’s and Hawaiian Issues
Featuring VH contributors Dana Naone Hall, Susan Hippensteele, Meda Chesney-Lind, Kat Brady, and Trisha Kehaulani Watson; co-sponsored by Girl Fest Hawaii.

November 18, evening (TBA)
Homelessness
Panel discussion featuring VH contributor Trisha Kehaulani Watson and members of the community (TBA) Chaminade University

December 9, evening (TBA)
Prisons
Panel discussion featuring VH contributors and members of the community (TBA) Chaminade University

January 13, evening (TBA)
Public Education
Panel discussion featuring VH contributor Mari Matsuda and another community expert (TBA)
Chaminade University

February 10, evening (TBA)
Social Services
Panel discussion featuring VH contributor Susan Chandler and another community expert (TBA)
Chaminade University

2 responses to “Events

  1. Pingback: The Value of Hawai’i Celebrates with Book Launch | News@UH

  2. Francine

    Are the Chaminade University panel discussions confirmed and the Civil Beat Sept & Oct talk-stories confirmed?

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