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Noelani Arista is a Historian of Hawaiʻi and the U.S. Her research interests include Hawaiian governance and law, Hawaiian intellectual history, historiography of Hawaiʻi, colonialism and missionization, native language archives and translation. Her work as a historian seeks to engage the "archives" of Hawaiian language source materials, (the largest indigenous language archive in the U.S.) making primary materials available in Hawaiian and English–in order to write better history. To this end she is working to develop digital humanities projects focused on the kanikau (Hawaiian laments), Hawaiian governance, and a public project that focuses on understanding "aloha" through mele which began as popular facebook group called 365 days of aloha.