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Spring 2021
Oct 02, 2022
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HWST 207 - Hawn Perspectives in Ahupua'a - Honolulu Community College
Comment: Transportation may be required for off campus visits to different ahupua'a or wahi pana. HWST 207 will examine the ahupua'a system: its mythologies, place names, history, poetry and early documents of the Hawaiian nation, as it was conceptualized by the ancient Hawaiians and exploration of its relevance in modern society. The primary focus of this course will be the Hawaiian land division: the Ahupua'a. Through an understanding of the ahupua'a, students will become familiar with perspective on Hawaiian resource management and Hawaiians' relationship with the 'āina. May be taken on a CR/N basis. (3 hrs. lect. per week)
3.000 Credit hours
45.000 Lecture hours

Schedule Types: Lecture

Hawaiian Programs Division
Hawaiian Studies Department

Gen. Ed./Focus:
DH - Diversification: Humanities

Prerequisites:
English 100 Completed with "C"
HWST 107 Completed with "C"
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