Cover Pic: Making a Nation and Faking a State: Aloha ‘Aina and Sovereignty E(A)ducation in Hawai‘i
A spray-painted depiction of Queen Lili‘uokalani of Hawai‘i. The sign was painted during the summer of 2015 protest vigil on Mauna Kea and was unlawfully “arrested” for trespassing along with 7 other women and one man in prayer on September 9. The “emergency rules” under which they were arrested restricted cultural practices and were later ruled invalid.
© Karin Louise Hermes 2015
Managing editors of issue PG#46: Matthias Kowasch & Michael Waibel
- Mickael Forrest & Matthias Kowasch
New Caledonia and/or Kanaky: On the way to political independence?
- Karin Louise Hermes
Making a nation and faking a state: illegal annexation and sovereignty miseducation in Hawai’i
- Hermann Mückler
Sukarno, Gandhi and Rizal: Asian role models for self-determination and decolonization aspirations of Pacific island countries
- Evelyn Marsters
New Zealand, the Cook Islands, and Free Association
- Britta Schmitz
PG Book review: Hanoi Hospital
- Michael Waibel
PG Book Hint: Da Nang: Costal City