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Research with Hawaiian Language
Mele and Oli
Mele and oli are essental aspects of Native Hawaiian culture. Indeed, many moʻolelo are interwoven with mele and oli.
Hula and Mele Resources / Mele
Hula and Mele Resources
Hawaiian music reflect the different styles and cultures. This LibGuide was created for students in LIS 693 in Fall 2016.
Hawaiian Communications / Music
Mele is inclusive of Hawaiian language and reflective of musical styles from different time periods and cultures.
Picture from Chris Corrigan at http://bit.ly/2hOYqyb and used under the Creative Commons License at http://bit.ly/OJZNiI.
Hawaiian Lifestyles Videos / Music
These pages are intended to showcase the diversity of Hawaii's music scene as demonstrated in the university's streaming video collection.