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Syria Conflict; Somatic Experiencing®; Cochon 555; Downtown Garden

It’s Thursday, September 12 – From HPR2, it’s The Conversation

Syria Conflict: Prof. Jairus Grove

Prof. Jairus Grove

  Jairus Grove’s UH Manoa classes focus on international conflict, insurgency and terrorism  He  received his Ph.D. in International Relations from Johns Hopkins University in 2011. His research considers the role of civilian and open source technology in conflict zones, especially the significant role Improvised Explosive Devices (IEDs) played in Iraq and Afghanistan. He has two forthcoming books Thinking Like a Bomb: Steps to an Ecology of Global War and Dangerous Algorithms: The Globalization of Drones, bots, and Informatics.

Somatic Experiencing®: Steven Hoskinson

Steven Hoskinson

Steve Hoskinson is a Somatic Experiencing Practitioner and instructor at SETI, the Somatic Experiencing Trauma Institute.

Cochon Culinary Event: Brady Lowe

Brady Lowe

Brady Lowe is the founder of Cochon 555. The movement to bring heritage pigs into the American consciousness and create a demand for pork dishes that use parts from the entire animal is now in its fifth year. Hawaii will host its first Cochon event next weekend in Waimea.

St. Andrew’s Lawn/Garden: Susan Lukens

Susan Lukens

Susan Lukens is the Director of Education at St. Andrew’s Cathedral in downtown Honolulu.

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