Akiemi Glenn, Luafata Simanu-Klutz, and Serge Tchekerfoff, editors. Pacific Languages in Diaspora. Special issue of Amerasia Journal 43:1, University of California at Los Angeles Press. June, 2017.
Luafata Simanu-Klutz and Akiemi Glenn. "Pacific Languages in Diaspora"
Akiemi Glenn. "Community Spotlight: Te Lumanaki o Tokelau i Amelika Language & Culture School"
Akiemi Glenn. Toward a Critical Theory of Coordination and Interoperatability in Language Documentation. Language Documentation & Conservation Journal. 2010.
Akiemi Glenn. Practicing Community, Rehearsing for Life Evaluation Report. Consuelo Zobel Alger Foundation, Honolulu, Hawai‘i. June 2016.
Akiemi Glenn. Pacific Island Languages in Diaspora. Panel presentation: Association for Asian American Studies. April 14, 2017. Portland, Oregon.
Akiemi Glenn. Bright Lights on Tokelau: Moving Images and Revitalizing a Pacific Language in Hawai‘i. Global Studies Scholar Series. March 1, 2017. Leeward Community College, Pearl City, Hawai‘i.
Akiemi Glenn. “Ko te vaka na tafea, kae taki mai e te fetū”: Navigating Oceanic connections and finding Tokelau in Hawai‘i Interdisciplinary Austronesian Connections Symposium, East-West Center, May 1, 2015, Honolulu, Hawai‘i
Akiemi Glenn. “Me re cabe el olor a nasta en la matina”: National humors and the politics of localizing Hollywood in doblajes argentinos. Presented with Laura Sardagna Viana at the Fifteenth Annual Conference of the International Society for Luso-Hispanic Humor Studies, October 16-17, 2014, Honolulu, Hawai‘i.
Akiemi Glenn. Wayfinding with the kupuna/tupuna: scaffolding Tokelau heritage language maintenance on successes of Hawaiian language revitalization. Presented at the Second National Conference on Heritage/Community Languages. March 7-8, 2014. Los Angeles, California.
Akiemi Glenn. Malo ni, it’s Saturday School: Navigating linguistic resources and negotiating diasporic spaces in Hawai‘i’s Tokelauan community. Presented at the American Anthropological Association Annual Meeting. November 17-21, 2010. New Orleans, Louisiana.
Akiemi Glenn. Phonemic variation in the Hawai’i Tokelauan diaspora. Presented at New Ways of Analyzing Variation 39. November 4-6, 2010. San Antonio, Texas.
Akiemi Glenn. Teaching through fātele: Tokelauan action songs in language pedagogy. Presented with Sania Fa‘amaile Betty P. Ickes at the National Heritage Language Research Institute. June 23, 2010. Honolulu, Hawai‘i.
Akiemi Glenn. Toward a Critical Theory of Coordination and Interoperatability in Language Documentation. First International Conference on Language Documentation & Conservation. March 12-14, 2009, Honolulu, Hawai‘i.
Akiemi Glenn. Cross-disciplinary and community-researcher cooperation: community scholar collaboration for language documentation. Presented with Sania Fa‘amaile Betty P. Ickes at the Graduate Colloquium. First International Conference on Language Documentation Conservation. March 12-14, 2009, Honolulu, Hawai‘i.
Akiemi Glenn. Grassroots language planning: the case of Tokelauans in Hawai‘i. Presented with Sania Fa‘amaile Betty P. Ickes at the Language, Education, and Diversity Conference. November 24-27, 2007. University of Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand.
Akiemi Glenn. Repatriation, Revitalization, Rigor: Modeling logic in indigenous and community culturework programming. Presented at the CulturallyResponsive Evaluation and Assessment Conference. September 18-20, 2014. Chicago, Illinois.
Akiemi Glenn. Translating Impacts in the Native Hawaiian Community. Panel presentation: Culturally Responsive Evaluation and Assessment. September 18-20, 2014. Chicago, Illinois.
Akiemi Glenn. Leveraging community cultural expertise to develop research capacity in the Tokelau community. Panel presentation: Applying community based participatory research to evaluation. Hawai‘i Pacific Evaluators Association Annual Meeting. September 13, 2013. Kāne‘ohe, Hawai‘i.
Akiemi Glenn. Perspectives on data quality and local college readiness indicators in American Samoa and the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands. Panel presentation: Re-imagining Researcher-Practitioner Partnerships: The Regional Educational Laboratories. American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting. April3-17, 2012. Vancouver, British Columbia.