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  • L. Miwa's diary, August 6, 1945

    Two-page spread showing the entry for August 6, 1945, from Lawrence Fumio Miwa's diary kept as a fourteen-year-old schoolboy in Hiroshima. [Japanese] [English translation]August 6, 1945 Up at 5:40 a.m. In bed at 9:00 p.m.Assignment: Work at MaehataOthers: Prayed for my parents’ safety on learning of air raids on Hiroshima City. Gambare (Hang on), Hiroshima!…

  • New Journal Issues: Asian Theatre Journal, Cross-Currents, Journal of Korean Religions + More (June 2020)

    Cross-Currents 9-1 CC Cover

    Asian Theatre Journal The Field of Ramila, guest edited by Pamela Lothspeich Volume 37, Issue 1 (2020) This special issue is intended to briefly introduce the field of Ramlila, as a performance practice and as an idea. It is designed to give a taste of its geographic range and a sample of its multiple and…

  • World History Book Sale

    Thirty University of Hawai‘i Press World History titles (both print and eBook!) are now 30% OFF through the end of July. Find a digital-only special issue, "Roads and Oceans" of the Journal of World History FREE HERE. From Perspectives on the Global Past Series Land of Plants in MotionJapanese Botany and the World 30% OFF…

  • Journal of World History Special Issue: Roads and Oceans, a 30th Anniversary Collection - Free!

    Matthew P. Romaniello, editor of the Journal of World History

    The Journal of World History launches its first digital-only special issue, a 30th anniversary collection titled, “Roads and Oceans: Rethinking Mobility and Migrations in World History.” The issue is free on the Project MUSE platform through September 2020. This week, world history scholars would have been gathering in Salt Lake City, Utah for the annual…