September 26, 2017

New Acquisitions – Picture Book

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A picture book: Okinawa and the reversion era, the times before and after 1972

UH Mānoa Library is pleased to announce that it received a book titled A picture book: Okinawa and the reversion era, the times before and after 1972.

Okinawa and the reversion era


Okinawa and the reversion era sample page



There are many resources related to Okinawa’s reversion. The easiest way to find the materials housed in the UHM Library is to follow the steps below:

  1. Go to Voyager (OPAC) at
  2. Enter the keywords, “Okinawa,” and “reversion” in the search box.

The gift item will provide visual aids to understand Okinawa in the reversion era.

September 11, 2017

“Women’s Voices, Women Speak”- Public Lecture

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The Center for Okinawan Studies (COS) invites you to the lecture, “Women’s Voices, Women Speak: Okinawa, Hawaii and Demilitarization,” on Friday, Sept. 22 at 3pm in Moore Hall 319 (Tokioka Room).
  • Friday, Sept. 22, 2017 at 3pm-
  • Moore Hall 319 (Tokioka Room)
COS public lecture September 22, 2017
About the Event:

“In June 2017, members of the O’ahu-based grassroots organization Women’s Voices, Women Speak attended the International Women’s Network Against Militarism Conference in Naha, Okinawa. Hosted by the group Okinawan Women Against Military Violence, we visited many contested sites (Camp Schwab, Henoko/Oura Bay) and public memorial sites, for Irei no Hi (Lives lost in the Battle of Okinawa) and Rina Shimabukuro (raped and murdered by a former US Marine in 2016). In this presentation we will share some of our reflections on colonial violence and women-led healing.”

Aiko Yamashiro, Hawaii-Okinawa Alliance
Ellen-Rae Cachola, PhD in Information Science
Kim Compoc, PhD in English
Kasha Ho, Emergent Island Economies Collective
Mari Matsuda, UHM Law Professor
Co-sponsors: English Department, Ethnic Studies Department, Women’s Studies Department, Center for Biographical Research, and Oceania Rising.
Event is free and open to the public.
For more information, please contact COS (808-956-5754) or