Bishop Museum Podcasts

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Bishop Museum Podcasts
  • Language: eng
  • Episodes: 38
  • Last: 28 Oct 2017

Episodes (38)

  • TOTP: Navigating the World
    TOTP: Navigating the World
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    Published: 28 Oct 2017 Duration: 01:18:54
    Bishop Museum's Traditions of the Pacific Program Presents: Navigating the World Hear from Nainoa Thompson, Lehua Kamalu, Miki Tomita, David Lassner and Dr. Ben Tamura and moderated by Ann Botticelli Wednesday October 18, 2017 at Marine Edu... Read more →
    Bishop Museum's Traditions of the Pacific Program Presents: Navigating the World Hear from Nainoa Thompson, Lehua Kamalu, Miki Tomita, David Lassner and Dr. Ben Tamura and moderated by Ann Botticelli Wednesday October 18, 2017 at Marine Edu... Read more →

  • Kana: Invigorating Cord Wear in 21st Century Ceremony
    Kana: Invigorating Cord Wear in 21st Century Ceremony
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    Published: 30 Jun 2017 Duration: 01:24:48
    Artist Spotlight Kana: Invigorating Cord Wear in 21st Century Ceremony Dr. Taupōuri Tangarō Thursday, June 29, 2017 *Some of the audio was not spoken into the mic and so it can only be heard faintly. But it was only for brief moments - an o... Read more →
    Artist Spotlight Kana: Invigorating Cord Wear in 21st Century Ceremony Dr. Taupōuri Tangarō Thursday, June 29, 2017 *Some of the audio was not spoken into the mic and so it can only be heard faintly. But it was only for brief moments - an o... Read more →

  • The Return of Curiosity: What Museums are Good For in the Twenty-first Century
    The Return of Curiosity: What Museums are Good For in the Twenty-first Century
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    Published: 28 Jun 2017 Duration: 01:30:12
    What are museums good for today? What purposes do they serve, and how are they relevant for the millions of visitors, practitioners, researchers, and artists who walk through their doors every year? Bishop Museum is delighted and honored to... Read more →
    What are museums good for today? What purposes do they serve, and how are they relevant for the millions of visitors, practitioners, researchers, and artists who walk through their doors every year? Bishop Museum is delighted and honored to... Read more →

  • Heiau of Moloka‘i: The Maps of John F. G. Stokes
    Heiau of Moloka‘i: The Maps of John F. G. Stokes
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    Published: 30 Jan 2017 Duration: 01:10:02
    Join us for another exciting Traditions of the Pacific lecture! John F. G. Stokes was a pioneer in the field of Hawaiian archaeology. In 1909, he traveled to Moloka‘i where he documented known heiau through photography and detailed mapping.... Read more →
    Join us for another exciting Traditions of the Pacific lecture! John F. G. Stokes was a pioneer in the field of Hawaiian archaeology. In 1909, he traveled to Moloka‘i where he documented known heiau through photography and detailed mapping.... Read more →

  • Fall in Love with Science - Bytemarks Cafe
    Fall in Love with Science - Bytemarks Cafe
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    Published: 29 Jan 2017 Duration: 59:01
    Science Educator Hadley Andersen shared news of our upcoming #FallInLoveWithScience event with Burt Lum and Ryan Ozawa of Bytemarks Cafe! You can listen to the original podcast on (entitled Episode 439: 2017 Tech Policy – aired Jan 25, 2017... Read more →
    Science Educator Hadley Andersen shared news of our upcoming #FallInLoveWithScience event with Burt Lum and Ryan Ozawa of Bytemarks Cafe! You can listen to the original podcast on (entitled Episode 439: 2017 Tech Policy – aired Jan 25, 2017... Read more →

  • Traditions of the Pacific – Makahiki: Its Images and Protocols
    Traditions of the Pacific – Makahiki: Its Images and Protocols
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    Published: 8 Dec 2016 Duration: 01:47:46
    Join us for another fascinating Traditions of the Pacific lecture series and special documentary, recorded in Hawaiian Hall on November 10, 2016! The ancient Hawaiian New Year festival, Makahiki, is a unique cultural event celebrated with n... Read more →
    Join us for another fascinating Traditions of the Pacific lecture series and special documentary, recorded in Hawaiian Hall on November 10, 2016! The ancient Hawaiian New Year festival, Makahiki, is a unique cultural event celebrated with n... Read more →

  • Hawai‘i During World War II
    Hawai‘i During World War II
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    Published: 11 Nov 2016 Duration: 47:55
    Bishop Museum's historian, DeSoto Brown discusses life in the Territory of Hawai‘i in the aftermath of the attack on Pearl Harbor. This audio is provided courtesy of radio station KCBX.
    Bishop Museum's historian, DeSoto Brown discusses life in the Territory of Hawai‘i in the aftermath of the attack on Pearl Harbor. This audio is provided courtesy of radio station KCBX.

  • DeSoto Brown KCBX interview
    DeSoto Brown KCBX interview
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    Published: 4 Nov 2016 Duration: 23:48
    Join Bishop Museum’s revered historian, Desoto Brown as he talks-story about the museum’s past, present, and future with correspondent Tom Wilmer. Audio courtesy of KXCB.
    Join Bishop Museum’s revered historian, Desoto Brown as he talks-story about the museum’s past, present, and future with correspondent Tom Wilmer. Audio courtesy of KXCB.

  • Ocean Publications Shallow to Deep - All Things Marine
    Ocean Publications Shallow to Deep - All Things Marine
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    Published: 17 Oct 2016 Duration: 55:10
    Originally aired on October 18, 2016 through All Things Marine (http://www.cosee-ie.net/programs/allthingsmarineradioshow/) as "Ocean Publications Shallow to Deep". Join Bishop Museum's Rich Pyle as he discusses deep reefs in Hawaii with Ra... Read more →
    Originally aired on October 18, 2016 through All Things Marine (http://www.cosee-ie.net/programs/allthingsmarineradioshow/) as "Ocean Publications Shallow to Deep". Join Bishop Museum's Rich Pyle as he discusses deep reefs in Hawaii with Ra... Read more →

  • Traditions of the Pacific: Expanding the Journey
    Traditions of the Pacific: Expanding the Journey
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    Published: 9 Sep 2016 Duration: 49:45
    Evidence of the cultural and scientific significance of the Papahānaumokuākea Marine National Monument comes to life in this riveting special edition of the Traditions of the Pacific lecture series entitled Expanding the Journey. Bishop Mus... Read more →
    Evidence of the cultural and scientific significance of the Papahānaumokuākea Marine National Monument comes to life in this riveting special edition of the Traditions of the Pacific lecture series entitled Expanding the Journey. Bishop Mus... Read more →

  • Sharing Our Waters
    Sharing Our Waters
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    Published: 31 Aug 2016 Duration: 01:37:09
    Hear exciting shark encounters from three amazing ocean conservationists who share the water with these amazing creatures. Moderated by Dr. Rich Pyle, Bishop Museum associate zoologist and researcher with special guests: – Kaiwi Berry, fou... Read more →
    Hear exciting shark encounters from three amazing ocean conservationists who share the water with these amazing creatures. Moderated by Dr. Rich Pyle, Bishop Museum associate zoologist and researcher with special guests: – Kaiwi Berry, fou... Read more →

  • Science and Ecology of Sharks with Researcher Dr. Carl Meyer
    Science and Ecology of Sharks with Researcher Dr. Carl Meyer
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    Published: 30 Aug 2016 Duration: 37:13
    Dr. Carl Meyer's research focuses on the ecology and management of sharks. He studies the movement patterns, habitat use and trophic ecology of sharks, and their navigational abilities. His research addresses a variety of issues of manageme... Read more →
    Dr. Carl Meyer's research focuses on the ecology and management of sharks. He studies the movement patterns, habitat use and trophic ecology of sharks, and their navigational abilities. His research addresses a variety of issues of manageme... Read more →

  • Unearthing the Polynesian Past with Dr. Patrick V. Kirch
    Unearthing the Polynesian Past with Dr. Patrick V. Kirch
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    Published: 7 May 2016 Duration: 01:24:32
    For more than half a century, Hawai'i-born and raised archaeologist Patrick Vinton Kirch has explored the Pacific, on expeditions that took him to a score of islands from the Bismarck Archipelago to Easter Island. As a Punahou student, Kirc... Read more →
    For more than half a century, Hawai'i-born and raised archaeologist Patrick Vinton Kirch has explored the Pacific, on expeditions that took him to a score of islands from the Bismarck Archipelago to Easter Island. As a Punahou student, Kirc... Read more →

  • Carol Titcomb - May 2015
    Carol Titcomb - May 2015
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    Published: 29 Aug 2015 Duration: 01:25:05
    Traditions & Insights in Native Hawaiian Child-Rearing Practices Dr. Carol Titcomb, MD Thursday, May 21, 2015 Building on scholarship and knowledge of many sources including writings of Mary Kawena Pukui and discussions with Hawaiian elders... Read more →
    Traditions & Insights in Native Hawaiian Child-Rearing Practices Dr. Carol Titcomb, MD Thursday, May 21, 2015 Building on scholarship and knowledge of many sources including writings of Mary Kawena Pukui and discussions with Hawaiian elders... Read more →

  • Traditional Hawaiian Practices of Hāpai and Hānau
    Traditional Hawaiian Practices of Hāpai and Hānau
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    Published: 28 Aug 2015 Duration: 01:00:13
    Traditional Hawaiian Practices of Hāpai and Hānau Kai‘ulani Odom and Emerson Kihei Nahale, Kōkua Kalihi Valley Thursday, March 5, 2015 The progression from pre-gestation to birth encompasses an array of physical and metaphysical responsibil... Read more →
    Traditional Hawaiian Practices of Hāpai and Hānau Kai‘ulani Odom and Emerson Kihei Nahale, Kōkua Kalihi Valley Thursday, March 5, 2015 The progression from pre-gestation to birth encompasses an array of physical and metaphysical responsibil... Read more →

  • Nani I Ka Hala - Marques Marzan
    Nani I Ka Hala - Marques Marzan
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    Published: 21 Apr 2015 Duration: 32:21
    Bishop Museum Cultural Research Specialist and master lau hala weaver Marques Hanalei Marzan talks with Diane Ako about the new exhibit, Nani I Ka Hala, open from March 28 to July 27, 2015 in the Bishop Museum's Long Gallery. The exhibit ex... Read more →
    Bishop Museum Cultural Research Specialist and master lau hala weaver Marques Hanalei Marzan talks with Diane Ako about the new exhibit, Nani I Ka Hala, open from March 28 to July 27, 2015 in the Bishop Museum's Long Gallery. The exhibit ex... Read more →

  • Kaʻohinani o Ke Kai with Sig Zane
    Kaʻohinani o Ke Kai with Sig Zane
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    Published: 13 Feb 2015 Duration: 01:43:49
    Bishop Museum’s Traditions of the Pacific series brings an evening of story, sharing, and aloha that explores the artistic, cultural, and biological expressions of limu and kupe‘e with artists and cultural practitioners, Sig Zane, and his s... Read more →
    Bishop Museum’s Traditions of the Pacific series brings an evening of story, sharing, and aloha that explores the artistic, cultural, and biological expressions of limu and kupe‘e with artists and cultural practitioners, Sig Zane, and his s... Read more →

  • The Land of La'amaikahiki with Pat Kirch
    The Land of La'amaikahiki with Pat Kirch
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    Published: 23 May 2014 Duration: 01:13:46
    Kahikinui, on the southeastern slopes of Maui's Haleakalā, remains one of the last places in the Hawaiian Islands where the landscape of an entire moku is preserved intact. Based on seventeen years of archaeological field research, Prof. Pa... Read more →
    Kahikinui, on the southeastern slopes of Maui's Haleakalā, remains one of the last places in the Hawaiian Islands where the landscape of an entire moku is preserved intact. Based on seventeen years of archaeological field research, Prof. Pa... Read more →

  • Kaulana Mahina with Kalei Nu‘uhiwa
    Kaulana Mahina with Kalei Nu‘uhiwa
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    Published: 25 Apr 2014 Duration: 01:20:20
    Observing the sky phenomena is the realm of the kilolani in the discipline of Papahulilani--clouds, winds, sun, stars and moon are among the prominent foci of this discipline. In the traditional Hawaiian world view, these atmospheric elemen... Read more →
    Observing the sky phenomena is the realm of the kilolani in the discipline of Papahulilani--clouds, winds, sun, stars and moon are among the prominent foci of this discipline. In the traditional Hawaiian world view, these atmospheric elemen... Read more →

  • Kukulu Hale Kahiko with Francis Sinenci
    Kukulu Hale Kahiko with Francis Sinenci
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    Published: 8 Mar 2014 Duration: 01:31:36
    Kukulu Hale Kahiko - the traditional method of building the Hawaiian house. Renowned Kuhikuhipu'uone (Master Architect) Francis "Palani" Sinenci of Hale Kuhikuhi gives an insightful and engaging presentation that details the methods of kuku... Read more →
    Kukulu Hale Kahiko - the traditional method of building the Hawaiian house. Renowned Kuhikuhipu'uone (Master Architect) Francis "Palani" Sinenci of Hale Kuhikuhi gives an insightful and engaging presentation that details the methods of kuku... Read more →