Ancient Hawaii, Journey to the Unknown New

Travel back to ancient Hawaii, believed to have been first settled between 300 and 800 AD. Find out how the first arrivals navigated to these distant specks of land thousands of miles from any other known land. Once on the islands of Hawaii, these ancient peoples thrived and managed a new cultural era. They adapted to their raw surroundings and developed balance for survival and spiritual values. Take this journey as we discover the strength and demise of an amazing people in the Pacific Triangle. Visual aids will include the works of renowned Hawaiian artist Herb Kawainui Kane. "Hele Mai, Come with me."

Course:173EC1006B
Dates:September 12 - December 5, 2017
Meets:Tu from 1:30 PM to 3:30 PM, 13 sessions
Instructor:Ku'uleialoha Rogers
Fee: $0.00

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