For help with research on business, humanities, or social sciences topics, contact one of the librarians below.
- Peace Studies
- Political Science
- Public Administration
- Social Sciences (General) and Statistics
- Other Languages & Literature
- Spanish & Portuguese
- Accounting & Taxation
- Business (General)
- Management Information Systems
- Travel Industry Management
- Education (incl. Sports & Leisure)
- Family Resources
- Library & Information Science
- Second Language Studies
- Social Work
- Topical Reference Areas (College Guides, Career Guides, Exams, Financial Aid)
- American Studies
- Juvenile Literature
- Museum Studies
- Performing Arts (General)
- Urban & Regional Planning
- Communicology (formerly Speech)
- Environmental Studies
- Ethnic Studies
- Population Studies
- Women's Studies
Research Guide for General/Multidisciplinary Resources
Use this guide to find general information from a variety of research disciplines on business, humanities, and social sciences topics. The guide focuses on online resources, which can be accessed either within the library or remotely. In addition to online resources, selected print titles may be included. The guide lists basic resources and does not contain all of the materials in the library useful for research. For additional resources consult other relevant research guides, the Hawaii Voyager Library Catalog, or the librarian who is responsible for your subject.
Collections in the UHM Libraries
Depending on your research, you may need to use one or more of the collections in the UHM Library. In Hamilton Library the Business, Humanities & Social Sciences Collection and the Science & Technology Collection cover subjects in those resesarch areas around the world, emphasizing North America and Europe. The Asia Collection and the Hawaiian & Pacific Collections also cover business, humanities, and social sciences topics in those geographic areas. Sinclair Library houses the Music Collection and the Wong AV Center, where you will find DVDs, CDs and more.
For resources on a speciific subject, use one of the following business, humanities, or social sciences research guides.