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Lorinda Riley, SJD

Faculty RankAssistant Professor
AddressThompson School of Social Work and Public Health
University of Hawaii at Manoa
1960 East-West Road
Honolulu HI 96822
Phone8089565764
ORCID ORCID Icon0000-0001-8846-7796 Additional info
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    1. Keaulana S, Kahili-Heede M, Riley L, Park MLN, Makua KL, Vegas JK, Antonio MCK. A Scoping Review of Nature, Land, and Environmental Connectedness and Relatedness. Int J Environ Res Public Health. 2021 May 31; 18(11). PMID: 34072764.
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    2. Lorinda Riley. The struggle to achieve internal legitimacy for tribal nations. Journal of Public Affairs Education. 2019; 25(4):524-41.
    3. Lorinda Riley, Morgan Johansen. Creating valuable indigenous learning environments. Journal of Public Affairs Education. 2019; 25(3):387-411.
    4. Lorinda Riley. Native Hawaiians and the New Frontier of the Indians Civil Rights Act. Asian American Law Journal. 2019; 26(1):161-202.
    5. Lorinda Riley. When a Tribal Entity Becomes a Nation. American Indian Law Review. 2016.
    6. Lorinda Riley. Shifting Foundations. New York University Review of Law and Social Change. 2013.
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