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Hawaiian Literature Resources (HAW261 & HWST270): ARTICLES
Literary and cultural resources & information. Includes myths, legends, tales, and more..
This journal is an open-access and peer reviewed online-only journal. Articles on the full range of topics in the field of Hawaiian language: New research in Hawaiian language and literature; reviews of new work related to Hawaiian; critical reviews of older, standard works of reference, comparative Polynesian literature
Education in Hawaiian Language and literature, and more.
Full text access to three of Honolulu's local newspapers (past & present):
Coverage - Honolulu Star-Advertiser: June 7, 2010 - present;
Honolulu Advertiser: November 30, 2002 - May 15, 2010;
Honolulu Star-Bulletin: March 18, 1996 - June 6, 2010.
Full text access to Honolulu's local newspaper in digital format. Use this e-resource if you have a citation already for the article you are looking for.
Coverage: From June 1, 2010 - present (with 3 month lag)
Provides full-text access to a comprehensive archive of approximately 250* scholarly journals in key fields of the humanities, arts, social sciences and more. Journal titles extend back to their earliest issues. Full text varies by publication; the most recent 3-5 years may not available.
*Expanded access to archive journal collections, Artstor, and journals related to public health and COVID-19 continue through the end of 2020.
This index covers articles from 1989 to current from the Honolulu Advertiser, Star-Bulletin, and Star-Advertiser. Please note that this is an index only -- no full-text. Articles may be available on microfilm. Content maintained by the Hawaii State Public Library System.
HPJI is an index to articles about Hawaii and the Pacific, and to magazines and journals published in these areas. (Select "Hawaii Pacific Journal Index" from the Databases & Indexes menu.)
Note: Advanced Search is recommended.
A digital collection of historic Hawaiian Newspapers, ranging from 1834 to 1980, that is made available through the Office of Hawaiian Affairs and various collaborations and partnerships with the Awaiaulu, Bishop Museum, DL Consulting Ltd. & Ulukau. This database contains 11,934 issues comprising 58,612 pages and 379,918 articles.
A collection of historic Hawaiian-language newspapers published between 1834 and 1948. The newspaper images can be retrieved by word search, title, or date. Partial newspaper content was written in English.
Link provides access to 2016 files.
"The Hawaiian Journal of History, first published in 1967, is an annual scholarly journal devoted to original articles on the history of Hawai‘i, Polynesia, and the Pacific area. Each issue includes articles on a variety of subjects; illustrations; book reviews; notes and queries; and a bibliography of Hawaiiana titles of historical interest."
The first publication dedicated to the mana'o (thoughts) and hana no'eau (artistic works) of Na 'Ōiwi (Kanaka Maoli, Native Hawaiians), a historical landmark in the revival of the rich literary heritage of the indigenous people of the Hawaiian archipelago.
A non-profit organization based at the University of Auckland, New Zealand. Founded in 1892, the Society’s aim was the scholarly study of past and present New Zealand Māori and other Pacific Island peoples and cultures. It has pursued this aim primarily through the Journal of the Polynesian Society, a quarterly publication begun at the Society’s inception and enduring to the present.
Bob Krauss (1924-2006) wrote for the Honolulu Advertiser for fifty five years. One of his research strategies was to review older newspapers on microfilm and to take notes on index cards. The newspapers Krauss turned to were the Honolulu Advertiser and its predecessor the Pacific Commercial Advertiser (published since 1856); the Honolulu Star-Bulletin (published under various titles since 1870); and The Polynesian, (1840-1841, 1844-1864).
The index is by no means comprehensive in subject or time coverage. It largely reflects Krauss’ research interests. Nonetheless it provides critical starting points into Hawaiʻi’s newspaper literature, covering periods of time and subjects in newspaper titles that have been formally indexed nowhere else.