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Since its establishment in 1947, the University of Hawai‘i Press has been dedicated to publishing books and journals of exceptional merit. The Press launched with the quarterly, Pacific Science, followed shortly by quarterly Philosophy East and West. Both journals are still in print 70 years later, and today the Press publishes journals in a range of subject areas covering the humanities and social sciences. We welcome the opportunity to add your journal to our publishing program.

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  • China Review International Vol. 24 No. 4 (2017)

    Volume 24 Number 4 of China Review International begins with three feature reviews and 19 more reviews of scholarly literature in Chinese Studies. Featured Reviews: Changing Clothes in Chang’an (reviewing BuYun Chen, Empire of Style: Silk and Fashion in Tang China)  Reviewed by Shao-yun Yang The Local and Global Politics of Contemporary Art (reviewing Frank Vigneron, Hong Kong Soft…

  • Biography Vol. 42 No. 3 (2019)

    Figure 3 from "Call My Name: Using Biographical Storytelling to Reconceptualize the History of African Americans at Clemson University" by Rhondda Robinson Thomas: Inventory of Slaves, Fort Hill Farm Deed, 15 May 1854, Thomas Green Clemson Papers, Special Collections and Archives, Clemson University Libraries, box 1, folder 25. ARTICLES IN THIS ISSUE: Introduction to Biographic…

  • Hawaiian Journal of History Vol. 53 (2019)

    Figure 1 from the article Remembering the Committee of Safety: Identifying the Citizenship, Descent and Occupations of the Men Who Overthrew the Monarchy by Ralph Thomas Kam and Jeffrey K. Lyons: A collage of the Committee of Safety January 1893. Henry E. Cooper, Chairman, (center) Clockwise, starting with the picture directly above the top of…

  • Yearbook of the Association of Pacific Coast Geographers Vol. 81 (2019)

    Figure 4 from Paul F. Starr's "Plus ça change: Vignettes of Landscape Change" this issue—A wonderfully enhanced postcard captures leaky flumes in winter along the Truckee River. Geographer Matt Fockler wrote a 2007 ground-breaking master’s thesis at the University of Nevada on distribution systems attached to the Truckee River of California and Nevada (an origin…