Okinawan Studies Library Guide (LibGuides) has been developed to support your research on Okinawa & Ryukyus / 沖縄・琉球 at the UHM Library. Sources with "UHM Only" notation means that you need to log in the UHM Library system with your UHM username and password to use the sources. Hope you will find the information of a wide range of resources on Okinawa/Ryukyus helpful.
2017 AAS-in-Asia Conference Seoul, Korea, Registration Now Open
Conference preregistration is open through April 15, 2017. Register early to secure discounted preregistration rates. Student rates are also available.
Call for Papers for the Japanese Diaspora Initiative (JDI) Workshop
The Hoover Institution Library & Archives at Stanford University will be hosting the first Japanese Diaspora Initiative Workshop at Stanford University from November 13-15, 2017.
The details are available here. The application closes on August 21, 2017.
Association for Asian Studies' 2017 Annual Conference
Okinawa/Ryukyus related panels/sessions: search on the site here.
Japan Studies Collection
Resource guide to start your research on Japan
Japan Studies E-Resources
List of e-resources relevant to Japan studies and useful information for successful ILL/DD
DVD title index of the Uchinanchu Worldwide TV series
See each episode title of the 206 Uchinanchu Worldwide TV programs
Hamilton Library will be undergoing first floor renovations through April 2017
Microfilm readers are temporarily moved to the area called "sunny alcove." Please ask the library staff at the Circulation for assistance. Reference Desk and Business Office are also temporarily moved to the Circulation Desk area.
Spring Semester 2017 Library Hours
Interim Period (between the end of the Spring Semester and the beginning of the Summer Session) is May 13 - May 21.
Hawai'i State Holidays (2017-2018)
Please check the State of Hawai'i observed holidays before you visit Hamilton Library.
Mahalo! Nearly 80 people from UHM and community appreciated Dr. Yuichiro Imanishi's lecture, "The Plot of the Tale of Genji and the Emperor System."