Non-natives have written the histories of Hawai'i, built its war monuments, constructed its museum exhibits, and depicted its people in Hollywood films. By these media, militarism is often presented as beneficial and natural, and the US military depicted as a welcome, protective force, which provides security and order. However, islanders' views on the subject are more complicated than this. While some are patriotically supportive, and others indifferent, a growing section of the community views US forces with the hostility of people under military rule. In this book, Brian Ireland analyses how and why this situation came to be.
The US Military in Hawai'i: Colonialism, Memory and Resistance
A recipient of a Centre for Asia-Pacific Exchange scholarship, conferred for academic excellence, he graduated from the University of Hawaii in December He has published papers on such diverse topics as war memorials, film, comic books, and the road genre, and has presented papers at conferences in Wyoming, Edinburgh and Honolulu.
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