Lane Davey works as a graduate assistant and adjunct lecturer at the University of Hawai‘i where she is currently pursuing a Ph.D. in English. She has two master’s degrees in Religion, which focus on biblical studies, colonization, and comparative world religions. She has studied Greek, Hebrew, Syriac, Aramaic and Hawaiian language. Currently she teaches Old Testament, New Testament, World Religions & Hip Hop Literature. She is an advocate of Hip Hop Kulture and volunteers her time to hold workshops and sessions in O‘ahu’s local community centers. Her background as an extreme surfer, pioneering b-girl (breakdancer) and journalist provide the foundation for a fresh and creative approach to education. LaneSki seeks to bring diversity to education through the arts and the blueprint of Hip Hop, which incorporates community and forms of intelligent movement.
Lane is presenting on a collection of her surf articles at the annual conference for The Society for the Study of American Women Writers in Bordeaux, France from July 5-8.
Lane Davey started surfing in the late eighties and documented a revolutionary era of womenʻs surfing. Check out the collection that she will be presenting at the annual conference for The Society for the Study of American Women Writers.
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