The first half of this article draws from the keynote lecture delivered by Joyce Pualani Warren in which she theorizes an Indigenous Pacific conception of origins that encompasses notions of Blackness and kinship. Warren argues that using knowledge of Pō can offer a model of kinship and enhanced support for Indigeneity and Indigenous futures. The second half of this article features Warren’s response to questions and prompts posed by Keith L. Camacho, Elizabeth DeLoughrey, and Evyn Lê Espiritu Gandhi.
Genealogizing Pō: The Relational Possibilities of Blackness in the Pacific
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Joyce Pualani Warren, Keith L. Camacho, Elizabeth Deloughrey, Evyn Lê Espiritu Gandhi; Genealogizing Pō: The Relational Possibilities of Blackness in the Pacific. Ethnic Studies Review 1 October 2021; 44 (3): 7–16. doi: https://doi.org/10.1525/esr.2021.44.3.7
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