Index
affinity, seascape epistemology and, 111–13
ahupua’a: as educational resource, 158–60;
geographical divisions and, 33, 63–64;
hālau o ke kai and, 155–56
A’ia’i (god), 89–90
‘āina, 33–37, 43–48, 106–8; environmental
activism and, 178–80; genealogy and,
90–91; hālau o ke kai program and,
155–56, 158–60; role of place and,
124–25
ali’i: in Kānaka Maoli hierarchy, 105–8;
ocean literacy of, 103–4
Alingano Maisu (canoe), 99
Alliez, Éric, 119
American citizenship, Kanaka time in con-
text of, 115–19
American Independent Pictures, 53
ancestors. See genealogy
Archeology of Oahu (McAllister), 63–64
assemblage theory, seascape epistemology,
28
Bacchilega, Christina, 49–50
Bakhurst, David, 143–44
Barilotti, Steve, 43, 75
Basso, Keith, 123–25
Beach Boys (band), 57
Beamer, Helen Desha, 87
Beamer, Winona, 86–87
Bennett, Jane, 96–97
Berlin, Isaiah, 71
Bingham, Hiram, 48
Bird of Paradise (film), 51
Blankenfield, Bruce, 44, 88, 105, 108, 127–33,
151–52
Blue Crush (film), 111
body. See ke kino (body)
Borges, Jorge Luis, 31
British Petroleum Gulf oil spill, 21–22
Brown, Bruce, 54, 58–60, 62, 65
Brown, DeSoto, 50–51
Buckley, Ralph, 12
business interests, deconstruction of
Kanaka culture by, 48–60
capitalism: surfing zones and, 121–25; time
concepts of Kanaka and, 118–19
Carson, Rachel, 8–9, 28
Carter, Paul, 28, 65, 96, 109, 113, 147–49
“Chant of Kualii,” 141–42
Charlot, John, 159
charter schools, oceanic literacy education
in, 157
Clark, John R. Kukeakalani, 65–66, 87–88
Clifford, James, 17, 143, 170
Coleman, Stewart Holmes, 62
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