PAI 6 (2015): Special Issue on Famalao’an, Famagu’on-ta, Tahtaotao-ta, yan Familia-ta
famalaoan / Ineyak

PAI 6 (2015): Special Issue on Famalao’an, Famagu’on-ta, Tahtaotao-ta, yan Familia-ta

Online and open-access here: Pacific Asia Inquiry, vol. 6 We are excited to announce this new special issue focusing on women, children, gender, and the family in the Pacific and adjacent Asia!  Check it out and share with your networks.  I have to say, we really focused more on women and the family, but we’ll see … Continue reading

famalaoan / Ineyak

Editing Pacific Asia Inquiry

I edited the 2015 issue of our college journal, Pacific Asia Inquiry.  I had completed a stint as guest-editor for a special edition of Interdisciplinary Literary Studies on the contemporary Jacobean a year or so previously (very different experience). At our dean’s suggestion, this issue focused on women, children, gender, and the family in our region, the Pacific, and … Continue reading

famalaoan / Ineyak

Criminal Sexual Conduct

Michael Ehlert, associate professor of psychology at the University of Guam, was indicted yesterday by a Superior Court of Guam grand jury. Ehlert was indicted on two counts of third-degree criminal sexual conduct as a second-degree felony, five counts of fourth-degree criminal sexual conduct as a misdemeanor, and three counts of official misconduct as a misdemeanor. … Continue reading

General Education
lepblo / politiku

General Education

The proposed general-education curriculum revision for the liberal arts and sciences taught at UOG is making its way through the university review process. It has been approved by the SVP and awaits the president’s and Board of Regents’ attention. I have noticed two primary points of concern. The first is the removal of the second-language … Continue reading

Nihi ta taitai lepblon Pasifiku siha
lepblo siha

Nihi ta taitai lepblon Pasifiku siha

I estudiante-hu siha ma taitai lepblon Chamoru siha yan lepblon Tagata Māo’i siha yan lepblon Māori siha yan lepblon Kānaka ʻōiwi siha . . . Si Emelihter Kihleng ha tuge’ i lepblo My Urohs.  Taotao Pohnpei gui’. Si Craig Santos Perez ha tuge’ i lepblo siha from unincorporated territory [hacha], [saina], yan [guma’].  Chamoru gui’.  Ha tuge’ i lepblo-ña … Continue reading