Managed the “Publications/Multimedia Group,” providing technical editing of field-specific scientific reports and papers, design/production oversight, and project scheduling. Substantially increased productivity and efficiency by improving coordination and publications advising with researchers and redesigned/edited reports for improved clarity and to speed writing and publication of research.
Managed the operation of the educational institution’s book-publishing program. Publications have included numerous Hawai‘i Book Publishers Association Ka Palapala Po‘okela award-winning titles such as the S.M. Kamakau “Best Hawai‘i Book of the Year” Award winners The Fish and their Gifts/Nā Makana a Nā I‘a (2005); Ke Aupuni Mō‘ī (2003); and Kamehameha and His Warrior Kekūhaupi‘o (2001); From the Mountains to the Sea: Early Hawaiian Life; and other textbooks, supplemental reading materials, and scholarly journals. Development of Kamehameha Schools Press from a minor element of a media department into an independent publishing division, from two commercially sold titles to fifty-four commercially sold titles, required the creation of an editorial advisory board; the establishment of in-house style and publication standards and manuscript review and acceptance standards; editing, design, and production oversight; advertising and marketing effort; and the assistance of dedicated colleagues.
Consulting and support for commercial, institutional, and private publishers. Working with organizations and individuals to identify and assess targeted markets and craft strategic positioning, presentations, and publications most likely to win support/generate sales. Services include competitive analysis, manuscript evaluation, proposal development, contract review, writing, editing, ghost-writing, design, production oversight, and marketing. Clients have included the Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies, East-West Center, Kamehameha Schools Press, National Association of Laboratory Schools, National Medical Association, Pelagic Fisheries Research Program, United Nations Development Programme, and numerous authors.
Planned and directed communications, advertising, governmental relations, and local and national promotional meetings and campaigns. Led marketing meetings, prepared marketing materials, and shared supervision, with corporate president, of sales staff in a highly competitive business environment. Assessed market segmentation, targeted new accounts, and increased market share. Distributed Hawai‘i products to book and non-book outlets throughout Hawai‘i, the U.S. mainland, and the world.
Responsibilities included external media contact, generating communications, marketing, and sales materials, and marketing oversight; acquisitions; negotiation of author, co publication, and manufacturing agreements; and editorial and production oversight for museum press. Shared responsibility for museum’s public-outreach newsletter. Publications included reissuing classic works by Hawaiian historians Samuel Kamakau and David Malo and the initial publication of Mary Kawena Pukui’s groundbreaking popular and scholarly cultural reference ‘Ōlelo No‘eau: Hawaiian Proverbs and Poetical Sayings.
Living Abled and Healthy: Your Guide to Injury and Illness Recovery offers us help for some of the most difficult times of our lives--when we or someone we love are injured or ill and doing our best to recover as fully as possible. In an easy-to-read presentation, Living Abled and Healthy provides insights, knowledge, and resources for dealing with our most challenging medical, legal, insuranc... read more
"Beginning with the traditional history of the great chief 'Umi and ending with the death of Kamehameha III in 1854, this volume covers the rediscovery of the Hawaiian Islands by Captain James Cook, the consolidation of the Hawaiian Kingdom by Kamehameha I, the coming of missionaries and the changes affecting the kingdom during the first half of the nineteenth century. Originally, this history... read more
Considered the finest ines compendium of traditional Hawaiian insight and lore handed down through generations of oral tradition. This book is a treasure of more than 3,000 proverbs and sayings displaying the knowledge, compassion, foibles, humor, morality, and beliefs of the Hawaiian people.
by Julie Stewart Williams. Illustrated by Robin Yoko Racoma. This award-winning book describes and illustrates the life, activities and natural environment in the Hawaiian Islands before Western contact. Accessible to students yet informative for adults. “…an engaging introduction to the original Hawaiian civilization…” Herb Kawainui Kane. 1997. 191 pp., 7" x 8 1/2". Acid-free text, softcover.
Here are the heroes, gods and goddesses of Hawai‘i at their most powerful and colorful—but here are also stories of a cowrie shell, a banana skin, a hidden island, and ordinary people who experienced extraordinary events. Collected and edited by noted Hawaiian scholar Mary Kawena Pukui, and retold for a broad audience by Caroline Curtis, this volume is delightful introduction to Hawai‘i's rich... read more
The lore of 'Aukele, who stole the magical "water of Kane", along with a host of other folktales from the varied islands of Hawai'i.
An introduction to Hawaiian psychology.
A biography of the last queen of Hawaii who, among other accomplishments, wrote the anthem "Aloha Oe" and worked to preserve Hawaiian customs, especially after the kingdom's annexation by the United States.
Book by Williams, Julie Stewart
Highlights commonly accepted accounts of events and personal characteristics of the leader who united separate island chiefdoms into one Hawaiian nation.
Samguk Sagi (History of the Three Kingdoms) is a history book of 50 volumes of which Bongi, or Main Texts, is regarded as particularly important because it contains records of main historical events arranged in a chronological order including the myths around the foundation, rise and fall of the three early Korean kingdoms, Goguryeo, Baekje and Silla, and the succession of their rulers. The bo... read more
Korea s oldest extant histories date from the Kory period (918-1392), and of those histories, the Samguk sagi (The History of the Three Kingdoms) is the oldest. The Academy of Korean Studies just published the Koguryo Annals translated by Edward J. Shultz and Hugh H.W. Kang with Daniel C. Kane Samguk Sagi (History of the Three Kingdoms) is a history book of 50 volumes of which Bongi, or Main T... read more
A fascinating, easy-to-read, insight-filled exploration into traditional Hawaiian religion, philosophy, and environmental thought. This is the first book to present a complete ancient Hawaiian world-view, reconstructed from ancient Hawaiian chants and confirmed by native experts today. The book describes a completely unique, beautiful, and adoptable view of reality. Theirs was a paradise in wh... read more
This book has brought thousands to support Hawaiian Sovereignty. It gave the movement a calmly reasoned argument, detailing facts that cried for justice. Now in its eleventh year, it is recognized as "the Handbook on Hawaiian Sovereignty." In the hundred years after the American overthrow of the monarchy, generations learned a history revised to make the conqueror right and good. This is the f... read more
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Editor/proofreader: experience in post-doc level books to EYFS and primary KS1 via academic articles, theses and commercial reports
Cookbooks are my specialty—books I have edited have won or been finalists for James Beard, IACP, and Gourmand awards.