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Oral Histories at UHM Library's Hawaiian Collection: Home

Hawaiian & Pacific Hours

FALL 2017
Aug 21 - Dec 15

Reading Room, Reference Desk, Circulation Desk
MON-FRI: 9:00am-5:00pm
SATURDAY: closed
SUNDAY: First Sunday of each month: 1:00pm-5:00pm

Paging service stops 15 minutes before closing.
Rare, archival and manuscript use stops 30 minutes before closing.


All Library Hours

General Information

The information in this guide is intended to help you find and use oral history transcripts held at the Hawaiian Collection at UHM Library.

Transcripts

After oral history interviews are conducted, the recordings are transcribed and reviewed by the interviewer and interviewee. After corrections are made, the transcript then becomes the version of the oral history approved for use by researchers. The transcript, then, is the form of the oral history that you get to use.

Recordings

The recordings of the interviews typically are kept at the project's home institution. Access may be restricted, but typically they are available for use upon request. Researchers may be asked or required to have reviewed the transcript prior to use of the recordings. At our library you will find sound recordings and videorecordings of oral histories and interviews.

Where To Find Them

Transcripts will be found at the Hawaiian Collection and/or the general Hamilton Library collections, and in some cases in other specialized collections. Note the Hawaiian Collection's and general library hours (see box at left).

Recordings will be found at the Sinclair Audiovisual Center. Their hours can be found in the general library hours page.

Oral History as a Research Method

Subject Guide

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Dore Minatodani
Contact:
Hawaiian Collection, Hamilton Library

Fifth Floor, Office 507
Hamilton Library
2550 McCarthy Mall
Honolulu. HI 96822
808-956-2852
dorem@hawaii.edu
Subjects:Hawaii