Posted on 2018-09-14, by manhneovn.
Written by scholars of various disciplines, the essays in this volume dig beneath the veneer of HawaiËœis myth as a melting pot paradise to uncover historical and complicated cross-racial dynamics. Race is not the primary paradigm through which HawaiËœi is understood. Instead, ethnic difference is celebrated as a sign of multicultural globalism that designates HawaiËœi as the crossroads of the Pacific. Racial inequality is disruptive to the tourist image of the islands. It ruptures the image of tolerance, diversity, and happiness upon which tourism, business, and so many other vested transnational interests in the islands are based
The contributors of this interdisciplinary volume reconsider HawaiËœi as a model of ethnic and multiracial harmony through the lens of race in their analysis of historical events, group relations and individual experiences, and humor, among other focal points. Beyond Ethnicity examines the dynamics between race, ethnicity, and indigeneity to challenge the primacy of ethnicity and cultural practices for examining difference in HawaiËœi while recognizing the significant role of settler colonialism. This original and thought-provoking volume reveals what a racial analysis illuminates about the current political configuration of the islands and, in doing so, challenges how we conceptualize race on the continent.
Recognizing the ways that Native Hawaiians or KÄ9;naka Maoli are impacted by shifting, violent, and hierarchical colonial structures that include racial inequalities, the editors and contributors explore questions of personhood and citizenship through language, land, labor, and embodiment. By admitting to these tensions and ambivalences, the editors set the pace and tempo of powerfully argued essays that engage with the various ways that KÄ9;naka Maoli and the influx of differentially racialized settlers continue to shift the social, political, and cultural terrains of the Hawaiian Islands over time.
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