Spring 2018 Brown Bag Biography Series

We are happy to announce our Spring 2018 Brown Bag lineup. All are welcome to attend.

BROWN BAG BIOGRAPHY
DISCUSSIONS OF LIFE WRITING BY & FOR TOWN & GOWN
THURSDAYS, 12:00 NOON–1:15 PM • KUYKENDALL 409A
For more information, please contact the Center for Biographical Research at 956-3774 or biograph@hawaii.edu

SPRING 2018 SCHEDULE

Feb 1 “Themes in the Narratives by Escapees from the Holocaust in WWII Italy.”
Luciano Minerbi, Dept. of Urban and Regional Planning, UH-Mānoa

Feb 8 “Constructing Post-Soviet Stardom: Auteur and the state in the case of Renata Litvinova.”
Olga Mukhortova, Languages and Literatures of Europe and the Americas, UH Mānoa

Feb 15 “Writing With Not About: Constellating Stories in Auto-ethnography.”
John Gagnon, Dept. of English, UH-Mānoa

Feb 22 “Masters of the Currents: Theater, Community, and Social Change.”
Leilani Chan and Ova Saopeng, TeAda Productions

Mar 1 “Island Soldiers: Living with Militarization in Micronesia.”
Pacific Island Student Panel
Co-organized by the Marianas Club, for Mes Chamoru and Nuclear Remembrance Day
Moderated by Craig Santos Perez
*This session will be held in Kuykendall 410*

Mar 8 “Hulahula and Learn Something: Expressing Culture and Science.”
Kiana Frank, Pacific Biosciences Research Center, UH-Mānoa

Mar 15 “Selling It Like It Is: The Value of Narrative in Business and Policy.”
Amanda Rothschild, Dept. of Urban and Regional Planning, UH-Mānoa

Mar 22 “An Introduction to the Jon Van Dyke Archive at the UHM Law Library.”
Ellen-Rae Cachola, William S. Richardson School of Law, UH-Mānoa

Apr 5 “Losing Don Belton: Meditations on Friendship, Murder, and Race, and the Ethics of Life Writing.”
Mara Miller, Visiting Scholar with the Center for Biographical Research and Dept. of English, UH-Mānoa

Apr 12 “Al Harrington: Reflections on Genealogy, Acting, and a Polynesian Revue.”
Al Harrington, Educator, Actor, and Entertainer

Apr 19 “Filling the Void: Creating Playing Space for Today’s Pacific Islander.”
Kiki Rivera, Dept. of Theatre and Dance, UH-Mānoa

Apr 26 “Exploring the Vā in the Oral Sharing of Poetry.”
Grace Teuila Taylor, Visiting Writer in Residence, Dept. of English, UH-Mānoa
*this session will be held in Kuykendall 410*

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