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The Nike SB Dunk Low “Court Purple” is a skate shoe with a colorway inspired by an Air Jordan 1 of the same nickname
Nike SB released the “Court Purple” as part of its Spring 2021 collection
The design is one of several SB Dunks to reference popular Air Jordan 1 colorways over the years, joining the “J-Pack” and “Space Jam,” among others, to make the Jordan-to-SB Dunk jump
Details include buttery black leather overlays on the forefoot, eyelets, collar, and heel that contrast the white leather base. A black leather Swoosh appears on the mid-panel and Court Purple leather can be found on the heel
Black “Nike” embroidery marks the back of the shoe. The SB Dunk’s signature puffy tongue design appears on the “Court Purple” and provides the wearer with a cushioned ride for skateboarding. Additionally, the design of the outsole offers plenty in the way of grip for those who opt to skate the "Court Purple" SB Dunk Low
The white Air Force 1 has been consistently dominating people’s sneaker rotations for years, becoming a core pillar of both sneaker culture and the Nike brand. A crisp all-white colorway makes the Nelly-approved silhouette an essential all year round, and as if the AF1 couldn’t get any better, the model has received a sole swap that elevates the classic for the fall and winter seasons.
Nike Mens Air Force 1
Assistant Professor No'u Revilla is one of five winners in the National Poetry Series Competition. Click here to read more about the competition and Nou's success here:
Congratulations to Candice Sarangay and Kiana Camara, two English majors who were nominated by the English Department for and have been announced as recipients of the CALL Summer Scholarship!
Associate Professor Craig Santos Perez wins Gold Medal NAUTILUS BOOK AWARD and is named to 2021 GRIST 50.
Congratulations to Associate Professor Derrick Higginbotham, 2021 recipient of a Board of Regents Medal for Excellence in Teaching from the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa!
Il Fantasma del Tamarindo -- S. Shankar's Ghost in the Tamarind published in Italian
Fall 2021 English Department Colloquium Schedule
He Haliʻa Aloha no Haunani Kay Trask (Remembering Haunani-Kay Trask)
The English Department is greatly saddened by the news of the passing of Hawaiian nationalist, poʻe aloha ʻāina, poet, and colleague, retired Hawaiian Studies Director, Professor Haunani Kay Trask (October 3, 1949-July 3, 2021). Click here to read more.
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STATEMENT IN SUPPORT OF ACADEMIC LABOR UNITED’S WORK IN SUPPORT OF BETTER LABOR CONDITIONS
Note: The following statement was approved by the English Department as a whole. As such it is a departmental statement and should not be taken to represent the personal opinion of every single member of the department.
The UH English Department recognizes the necessary work being done by Academic Labor United to organize for better labor conditions for graduate student workers (graduate assistants, research assistants, and teaching assistants). The Families First Coronavirus Response Act requires the University to provide employees–including GAs and lecturers–who are unable to work from home with paid sick leave and expanded family and medical leave for specified reasons related to COVID-19 through December 2020. However, as we enter times of increasing hardship, especially for those working as adjuncts or GAs.
We support the demands being made by Academic Labor United, including for sick leave that extends beyond Covid-19. As we prepare to teach face-to-face this fall, we recognize ever more clearly that the need for sick leave and collective bargaining rights, as well as for guaranteed mental and physical health care, is a matter of public health and safety, as well as a way to support graduate students’ basic needs and well being.
We further urge the University Administration to take into account the similar needs of adjunct faculty, including for comprehensive health care and sick leave.
Click below to watch our undergraduate showcase, English Represents!
Featuring students Elise Lowe, Paloma Higashi, Emily Jane O’Callaghan, Kristin Olsen Santana, Edra Ha, Shannon Wong, and Kimiko Maeda-Leon.
Recent Books by Faculty
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