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Ethnic Studies/Anthropology 486: Peoples of Hawaii: Books

Accessing Library Materials

Search OneSearch for books, journal articles, and other items. If you find a book you want to access or check out, click the "Sign In" link and log in with your UH username and password. Click the "Request Specific Copy" and select the copy in the Hawaiian Collection that can be borrowed (avoid copy that says Reference or Library Use Only) or the Hamilton copy. Wait for an email message that the book is available to be picked up at the Hawaiian & Pacific Collections circulation counter. If there is only one copy of the item in the Hawaiian Collection, it cannot be borrowed but you can use the item in the reading room.

If you visit Hamilton Library, you must show your UH ID to gain entry to the library. You must also wear a face mask.

If you have any questions, please contact me directly at jodie@hawaii.edu . I'm happy to help.

Book resources

Keep in mind that these subject headings may useful:

  • Food -- Hawaii -- History
  • Cooking -- Hawaii -- History
  • Food habits -- Hawaii -- History
  • Agricultural biotechnology -- Hawaii
  • Genetically modified foods -- Hawaii
  • Sustainable agriculture -- Hawaii

 

 

Library Catalog

Use UH Manoa OneSearch to find materials (printed books, ebooks, videos, journal articles) in the UH Manoa Library's collection. OneSearch will not search all databases and indexes.

The Basic Search looks for everything.

This Library searches the UH Manoa Library's Collection.

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Articles+ searches a massive index of scholarly journal articles, magazine and newspaper articles, e-books, and legal documents.

Interlibrary loan (ILL) services

Video resources

You may find a streaming video so search OneSearch and limit your results to "videos" under Resource Type (on the left side)