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Judy Selk   Flores

Adjunct/associate Researcher
RFT-Micronesian Area Research Center
University of Guam (Guam)

Retired University of Guam professor currently following passion of revitalizing the historic village of Inalahan, Guam, where she grew up. Founded and runs the G.Flores History Center in a 100-year-old building, sustained by a Chamorro wood-burning oven (Hotnu) bakery selling traditional breads. Also as a professional artist, she creates and maintains paintings in windows and doors of abandoned buildings in Inalahan - THE PAINTED HISTORY WALK. Serves on the Guam Council on the Arts & Humanities board of directors, focusing on program planning for Guam's hosting of the Festival of Pacific Arts 22 May - 4 June, 2016.
Art History
Member of
European Society for Oceanists (ESfO)
Geographic places
Historical periods
Lapita and the Austronesian expansion
Ancestral Oceania
First and Early contacts
The Colonial time
20th century
21st century
Indigenous languages
  • Applied Research (1992 to now)
    Revitalizing an Historic Village in Guam — Guam Preservation Trust, Guam Visitors Bureau, Arts Council
    Inalahan Heritage Tour includes natural and manmade historical and cultural sites in the municipality of Inalahan in southern Guam - assisted development of Gef Pa'go Chamorro Cultural Village since 1992; created and maintains G.Flores History Center, Hotnu Bakery, Painted History Walk; and promotes Inarajan Garden House, a vacation rental garden retreat and event venue.
  • PhD Research (1995 to 1999)
    Art and Identity in the Mariana Islands — Sainsbury Research Unit, U of East Anglia
    Chamorros of the Mariana Islands are reclaiming their histories through revitalization and reconstruction of traditional arts. Issues of reconstructing an ancient past. Identity, Decolonization
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