Jonathan Morse
  Professor of English
 
jmorse@hawaii.edu
 
Phone: 956-8802
  Office: Kuykendall 518
  Office hours, fall 2017:
  TTh 9:30-10:20 and by appointment


 
The English Department's page
 
My blog about language and photography

General information, fall 2017


University disability information: if you have or think that you may have a disability and therefore need some support, you are encouraged to contact the KOKUA Program for students with all disabilities including learning, mental health, and physical disabilities. Contact KOKUA at 808-956-7511,  (V/T), email KOKUA at kokua@hawaii.edu, visit KOKUA in room 013 Queen Lili'uokalani Center for Student Services, or visit the KOKUA website at http://www.hawaii.edu/kokua for further information. KOKUA services are confidential and there is no charge to students.
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The university's statement regarding sexual harassment and sexual violence:


Sexual harassment is one type of sex discrimination under Title IX, United States Education Amendments of 1972. The U.S. Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights (OCR) states that sexual harassment is any unwelcome conduct of a sexual nature. Sexual violence is a severe form of sexual harassment. Some examples of sexual violence include threatening someone into unwanted sexual activity; sexual contact with someone who is drunk, drugged, unconscious, or otherwise unable to give a clear, informed “yes” or “no”; and rape or attempted rape. For more examples, visit the Office of Gender Equity website.

Under Title IX, responsible employees cannot ensure confidentiality. Responsible employees must report any instance or disclosure of alleged sexual harassment. If you would like to speak to someone confidentially about your options regarding something you have experienced or witnessed, please contact the UH Office of Gender Equity at the number or address below.


Related campus resources:


University Health Services

956-8965, www.hawaii.edu/shs


Counseling and Student Development Center

956-7927, www.manoa.hawaii.edu/counseling


Office of Gender Equity

956-9977, www.manoa.hawaii.edu/genderequity

eeo@hawaii.edu


LGBT Student Services

956-9250, www.manoa.hawaii.edu/lgbt


Women's Center

956-8059, www.hawaii.edu/womenscenter/


PAU Violence Program

956-8059


In case of emergency:

Honolulu Police Department, 911

Manoa Department of Public Safety, 956-6911. The Department of Public Safety provides escort services on campus.


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The Three Sisters: title page of the first printing, 1901