Yale Visiting Professor of American Studies Gary Okihiro

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Gary Y. Okihiro, born in Hawai‘i, is a visiting professor of American studies at Yale University, and professor emeritus of international and public affairs at Columbia University. He is author of twelve books, including his latest, Third World Studies: Theorizing Liberation. Before joining the panel at a Zócalo/Daniel K. Inouye Institute “Talk Story” event, titled “Does Hawai‘i Welcome Immigrants?” and held at Artistry Honolulu, he talked in the green room about Botswana, coqui frogs, and why he would have liked to have been a hunter-gatherer.

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