Journals: MUSE, JSTOR, and BioOne

UHP Journals Online

Our journals are available in the Project MUSE database of full-text, electronic journals in the humanities and social sciences, and in the JSTOR electronic database of journal archives. The Press’s first journal, Pacific Science, is available in BioOne.

In 2017, the University of Hawai‘i Press selected Project MUSE to host, manage, and deliver journal content to our growing audience of librarians and readers.

The Project MUSE platform has linking relationships with indexing, abstracting and search services, which facilitate access to content. The platform also allows users to:

  • Search across books and journals in one place and at the same time
  • Share discoveries with colleagues on social media
  • Access book and journal table of contents and sample full-text journal articles and book-chapters for free
  • Sign up for email alerts by creating an account
  • Save citations from the browse and search interface
  • Save searches and view search history for the current session
  • Browse related content
  • Review frequently downloaded content listings

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Individuals may view the majority of UHP Journals on the Project MUSE platform here. Institutions may add individual journal titles to their collection here.

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Back issues of many of our journals and one associated monograph series are available in the JSTOR database of digital facsimiles of journals. Visit JSTOR to find out how to subscribe.


In 2007, Pacific Science, a quarterly devoted to the biological and physical sciences of the Pacific region, made its debut in BioOne.2, starting with issues going back to volume 59 (2005).


Back issue of the following journals are available on the UHM Institutional Repository:

Asian Perspectives

The Contemporary Pacific

The Hawaiian Journal of History

Journal of the Southeast Asian Linguistics Society

Language Documentation & Conservation

Pacific Science