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Since its establishment in 1947, University of Hawai‘i Press has been dedicated to publishing books and journals of exceptional merit. The first journal published by the Press was Philosophy East and West, which debuted in 1951. Although Pacific Science launched in January 1947, eight months prior to the establishment of UH Press, it didn’t carry the Press imprint until 1953. Both journals are still in print 75 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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  • New Journal Issues: "Contagious Magic" in Japanese Theatre, Logistics of the Natural History Trade, Hawai‘i’s Toxic Plants + More

    Asian Theatre Journal Volume 39, Number 1 (2022) The new issue includes the following translations and articles: A Journal of the Plague Year by Terayama Shūji in Collaboration with Kishida Rio: “Contagious Magic” for a Time of Epidemic Translated by Tsuneda Keiko and Colleen Lanki Yi Kwang-su’s Gyuhan (Sorrows of the Inner Room): Korea’s First…

  • New Journal Issues: Water as a Symbol of the Great Dao, #KeepOurLanguagesStrong + More

      Journal of Daoist Studies Volume 15 (2022) The new issue includes the following articles and reviews: Courting Transcendence: Poetry and Daoism in the Southern Dynasties (420–589)* Zornica Kirkova Dreaming of the Female Immortal: Xu Xishen’s Chants on the Paintings of Embracing the True Yanning Wang Water as a Symbol of the Great Dao: Literature, Philosophy,…

  • Recognizing Black History Month with Free Journal Content in February

    In recognition of Black History Month, we offer the following journals, articles, and reviews. We invite you to explore and enjoy the following journal content online free through February 2022. Journals Issues: biography: an interdisciplinary quarterly Volume 41, Number 4 (Fall 2018) Special Issue: M4BL and the Critical Matter of Black Lives Introduction by Guest…

  • January is Kalaupapa Month

    Published twice a year since 1989 by the University of Hawaiʻi Press, Mānoa: A Pacific Journal of International Writing has two issues of special interest to readers this month, which has been designated Kalaupapa Month by the Hawaiʻi state government and celebrates two important figures. Father Damien, the Belgian priest who cared for victims of…