Green Arrow Press
Dr. Klieger received three graduate degrees from the University of Hawai'i--Manoa and has written many books, articles, and reports on Hawaiian history and ethnography, as well as on the history and ethnography of the Tibetan peoples of Inner Asia. The biography of King Kamehameha III is by far his most ambitious project in Hawaiian studies.
Paul specializes in the subject of nationalism among indigenous peoples, a theme which has taken him on research throughout Asia, Europe, and Native North America, in addition to Hawai'i. He was curator of history and anthropology at several state and national museums, including Bishop Museum, California Academy of Sciences, Oakland Museum of California, and The California Museum, and has taught at the University of Hawai'i, University of Pittsburgh, and Chaminade University.