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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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Latest Updates

  • The Contemporary Pacific: New Brij V. Lal Award + ASAO Discount

    This week, the Association for Social Anthropology in Oceania (ASAO) hosts its annual meeting in Kona, Hawai‘i. The Contemporary Pacific editor Vilsoni Hereniko is the conference’s keynote speaker.  Attendees can enjoy the new issue + redesigned cover of The Contemporary Pacific as well as a discount on subscriptions. ASAO Subscription Discount Starting Feb. 1, use…

  • Sale! Celebrating 75 years of journal publishing

    Since its establishment in 1947, University of Hawai‘i Press has been dedicated to publishing books and journals of exceptional merit. Our earliest titles—Philosophy East & West and Pacific Science—remain in print today. For a limited time, we’re offering individual subscriptions 75% off of 1-year online and 2-year print (75% off first year). Hurry! Sale ends…

  • Interview: JSEALS Editor-in-Chief Mark J. Alves

    The newest Journal of the Southeast Asian Linguistics Society (JSEALS) Special Publication recently launched is titled "A Cuoi Language Description and Extensive Glossary." UH Press spoke to Editor-in-Chief, Mark J. Alves about this new special issue. Alves took over as JSEALS head editor in 2015 from Paul Sidwell, who ran it from its first publication…

  • Journal of Korean Religions: Korean Religions and COVID Restrictions

    Several of our editors and journals reflect on the changes in the last three years due to the COVID pandemic and how it has changed the face of life as we know it. Likewise editor Don Baker of Journal of Korean Religions established a special section in this issue to reflect on the changes to…