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by Katharine Luomala

Category: Performing Arts
Subcategory: Photo and Art
Author: Katharine Luomala
ISBN: 0939154307
ISBN13: 978-0939154302
Language: English
Publisher: Brigham Young Univ Inst Polynesian; First Edition edition (March 1, 1984)
Pages: 200
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More by Katharine Luomala. The Menehune of Polynesia and Other Mythical Little People of Oceania. Recently Viewed and Featured. Hula Ki'i : Hawaiian Puppetry. Voices on the Wind: Polynesian Myths and Chants. Directions in Pacific Traditional Literature: Essays in Honor of Katherine Luomala (Bernice P. Bishop Museum special publication ; 62). Adrienne L. Kaeppler, Harry Nimmo, Katharine Luomala.

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Katharine Luomala (September 10, 1907 – February 27, 1992) was an American anthropologist known for her studies of comparative mythology in Oceania. Born in Cloquet, Minnesota and educated at the University of California, Berkeley, Luomala began her anthropological studies there by working with the Navajo people in the 1930s, chronicling their changing lives. She earned her AB in 1931, MA in 1933, and PhD in 1936.

HULA KI'I: Hawaiian Puppetry by Katharine Luomala. Hula Ki'i offers a tantalizing glimpse into the little known world of Polynesian pup-petry

HULA KI'I: Hawaiian Puppetry by Katharine Luomala. Hula Ki'i offers a tantalizing glimpse into the little known world of Polynesian pup-petry. In its 19th century heyday, this popular form of entertainment portrayed pup-pet figures dancing hulas, acting out ribald, slapstick skits full of wisecracks based on comic legend and current scandals. Luomala provides a solid description of the function and history of the craft with all of the color and fascination of a good novel.

Katharine Luomala, Dorothy B. Barrere. Hula kiʻi, Hawaiian puppetry.

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Kumu Hula Auli‘i Mitchell is Cultural practitioner and kumu hula of Halau o Kahiwahiwa in the District of Puna, Hawai i and Hālau o Moana-nui-a-Kiwa in Aotearoa (New Zealand)

Kumu Hula Auli‘i Mitchell is Cultural practitioner and kumu hula of Halau o Kahiwahiwa in the District of Puna, Hawai i and Hālau o Moana-nui-a-Kiwa in Aotearoa (New Zealand). He holds a Masters in Applied Indigenous Knowledge and works as a cultural anthropologist and cultural specialist in the disciplines of archaeology and cultural impact studies focusing on the Hawaiian archipelago. Kumu Auli‘i is dedicated to the carving, the dance and the perpetuation of what is considered to be one of the dances of old, the hula ki‘i or Hawaiian puppetry.

Online Books by. Katharine Luomala. Luomala, Katharine: ricks; his oceanic and European biographers. Honolulu, The Museum, 1949) (page images at HathiTrust). Luomala, Katharine: The Menehune of Polynesia and other mythical little people of Oceania.

What has the author Katharine Luomala written? . Navaho Life Of Yesterday And Today' - subject(s): Navajo Indians. Ethnobotany of the Gilbert Islands' - subject(s): Ethnobotany, Popular Plant names.

What has the author Katharine Luomala written? Katharine Luomala has written: 'Voices on the wind' - subject(s): Polynesian Mythology.

Hula Ki'i, Hawaiian Puppetry. Laie: Institute for Polynesian Studies, 1984. xi, 185 pp. Morales, Rodney, ed. Ho'iho'i Hou: A Tribute to George Helm & Kimo Mitchell. Honolulu: Bamboo Ridge P, 1984. 113 pp. Special issue of Bamboo Ridge, The Hawaii Writers3 Quarterly, 22, Spring 1984. Samurai Missionary: The Reverend Shiro Sokabe. Honolulu: Hawaii Conference of the United Church of Christ, 1984. xx, 162 pp. Biography of a Christian minister in Honomu, Hawaii.

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