"As someone who likes to be the one who helps—not the one who is helped—I came to understand at a deeper level that it takes grace not only to give, but also to receive. I learned more about this in Costa Rica, and I still have to learn more fully what it looks like to receive tangible acts of God’s love through His people, not from a place of guilt but from a place of grace."
Jhan Wagenaar - Spanish Major
"In the summer of 2018, I interned at the Berliner Stadtmission (Berlin City Mission) for four weeks. Having spent the prior three years learning how to communicate well in the German language, I was shocked to discover that one of the most powerful lessons that I learned occurred not through the presence of words, but rather through their absence."
Anni Kenyon '19
Recent Faculty Publications and Scholarship
Sheri Abel, Ph.D.
“Fighting for Women's Autonomy: The unorthodox Advocacy of Louisa Lamotte.” French Review 92, no.4, 2019.
Litong Chen, Ph.D.
陈利砼 (Chen, Litong). 2020. 语音识别辅助初级汉语线上发音教学 (Speech recognition assisted online teaching of elementary Chinese pronunciation, in Chinese). 语言教学与研究 (Language Teaching and Linguistic Studies), article ID: yj-xs-20200720003, http://yyjx.cbpt.cnki.net/WKB3/WebPublication/wkTextContent.aspx?navigationContentID=2399b7a2-7ddd-428f-8b99-426aeb6c3177.
Chen, Litong. (Researcher/Depositor). 2020. Dapeng dialect in Shenzhen, China. Archived collection at Kaipuleohone, University of Hawai‘i Digital Language Archive. 104 items including audio recordings and transcriptions. 2.4 GB. Catalog online at https://scholarspace.manoa.hawaii.edu/handle/10125/68736.
Alexander Loney, Ph.D.
The Ethics of Revenge and the Meanings of the Odyssey. New York: Oxford University Press, 2019.
“Pompē in the Odyssey.” In The Epic Journey in Greek and Roman Literature, edited by Thomas Biggs and Jessica Blum, 31–58. Yale Classical Studies 39. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2019.
“Home.” In The Cambridge Guide to Homer, edited by Corrine Pache, 133–34. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2020.
“Type Scene.” In The Cambridge Guide to Homer, edited by Corrine Pache, 213–15. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Néstor Quiroa, Ph.D.
Quiroa, Néstor I. Review of The Two Taríacuris and the Early Colonial and Prehispanic Past of Michoacán, by David L. Haskell, Journal of Anthropological Research 76, no.1(March 2020):103-104, https://doi.org/10.1086/706966.
Review of Words and Worlds Turned Around: Indigenous Christianities in Colonial Latin America, edited by David Tavárez, Latin American Antiquity 30, no 3 (August 2019): 659-66, https://doi.org/10.1017/laq.2019.56.
Alan Savage, Ph.D.
Rédiger un texte académique en français. Deuxième édition. Paris: Ophrys, 2018. (With Sylvie Garnier).