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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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  • Buddhist-Christian Studies Vol. 39

    From "The Souls of Animals in Christianity and Mahāyāna Buddhism" by Junhyoung Michael Shin: Fig. 8 Giotto, St. Francis preaching to Birds, 1297-99, Upper Church, San Francesco, Assisi. From the Editors' Introduction: This issue continues to open up new questions in Buddhist-Christian Studies from a variety of approaches. We have included papers from the panels from our…

  • Philosophy East and West vol. 69, no. 3

    The new issue of Philosophy East and West features a special section, "Politics, Nature, and Society — The Actuality of North African Philosopher Ibn Khaldūn," guest edited by Tamara Albertini, as well as a book discussion on Vrinda Dalmiya's Caring to Know: Comparative Care Ethics, Feminist Epistemology, and the Mahābhārata, along with other articles and…

  • The Contemporary Pacific, vol. 31 no. 2 (2019)

    Featured art, this issue: Opening the hangi. Te Wake unveiling. Matihetihe Marae. During the tangihanga for Ralph Hotere, by Natalie Robertson, 2013. Presented as part of a collection titled The Headlands Await Your Coming, this image evokes the practices of ahi kaa roa (keeping the home fires burning) and manaakitanga (offering hospitality to visitors) through…

  • The Journal of Burma Studies Vol 23, No. 1 (2019)

    Featured in Caroline Ha Thuc's "Research as Strategy: Reactivating Mythologies and Building a Collective Memory in Wah Nu and Tun Win Aung's The Name (2008-)" this issue: Wah Nu and Tun Win Aung The Name (2008–). Detail: Portrait of Bo Cho. Multimedia installation. Image courtesy of the artists. The new issue of The Journal of…