Social Process in Hawaii, the journal of the UH-Manoa Department of Sociology, has been published since 1935. Back issues of the journal were recently made freely available online via Scholarspace, the Library's digital repository of material produced by the UH-Manoa community. To access the journals, click here.
The Doris Duke Theater at the Honolulu Museum of Art will be hosting a tattoo film festival from June 23 to July 6. In addition to a wide array of documentaries and feature films, the festival also includes two lectures on Polynesian tattooing by Tricia Allen. For more information, click here. As an aside, for those with an interest in historic tattooing images, the Hawaiian & Pacific Collections are in the process of completing an online image collection that draws from our rare book holdings -- included are several images of tattoos from throughout Oceania. The image at right is one example; to view others, click here.
The Hawaiian & Pacific Collections are located on the fifth floor of Hamilton Library, on the campus of University of Hawaii-Manoa. For general questions about either collection, contact: email@example.com This blog began publishing on Oct. 30, 2009, and is edited by Pacific specialist librarian Stu Dawrs. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org