WS Events for November, 2015
Hawaiian Women's History

Women's Studies Student Panel

Hawaiian Women's History

Bodies For Sale: Sex, Money, and The Rebellious Acts That Resulted From an 1825 Kapu (Prohibition) on Prostitution - Catherine 'Īmaikalani Ulep, M.A. Candidate, History, UH Mānoa

NEW RULERS, NEW TIMES, NEW POLITICS: Ka Noho ‘ana o Ka‘ahumanu II malalo o Kamehameha III - J. Susan Corley, PhD. Candidate, History & Graduate Teaching Assistant, History, UH Mānoa

Contemplating Kekāuluohi: Nineteenth Century Hawaiian Women, Power, and Law - Shirley E. Buchanan, PhD. Candidate, History & Lecturer, Women's Studies, UH Mānoa

Date: Friday, December 4
Place: Saunders 541
Time: 12:30 - 2:00 pm

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