Ka Wai ʻĀwili Pū me ka Kai: Bridging Language, Culture, and Modern Science

Culture and language have long been erroneously thought of as separate from Western ideas of scientific research. However, new kanaka scholars and their research have proven that Hawaiian culture and language exist in tandem with science and enhance our understanding of the natural world. This panel will feature some of these kanaka scholars and their valuable research, and how they navigate the issues of ethical translation research.