Mother tongue
famalaoan / Ineyak / kuttura

Mother tongue

Hawaiki Rising is a book by Sam Low that covers traditional Pacific navigation.  We are planning to review it in the Fanuchanan 2015 issue of Pacific Asia Inquiry (University of Guam), a special issue on women, gender, children, and the family. Tonight, I watched Sam Low’s documentary The Navigators: Pathfinders of the Pacific with my parents.  It describes … Continue reading

Ekungok
lepblo / politiku

Ekungok

There are so many more stories to be told. Stories of the self and (trans)Pacific (trans)positionality. Stories of the global and the other. These stories are told in many venues and many ways, not only from spaces of privilege such as mainstream publishers, the English language, and elite classes. Chamorro poet and University of Hawai‘i … Continue reading