A Modest Proposal Re-imagined: How this Work Began
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We were always an unlikely pair of collaborators. Our partnership first begins as we, two faculty members from separate campuses in different fields, meet over coffee at a local cafe. It is so hot on this day, of course Hawaiʻi is a warm place, but for some reason, this cafe seems to be the hottest spot on Oahu.
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