Required Readings for August 29 -Alison & Chezlani
Trask readings via Laulima: "From a Native Daughter", "Politics in the Pacific Islands: Imperialism and Native Self-Determination"
Hawaiʻi & Pacific Studies Centers and Collections
Universities and Colleges
Government and Inter-Governmental Agencies
Required Readings for September 12 -Erica & Ashley
Additional suggested readings
Selina Tusitala Marsh, Teaching Pacific Literature (2010)
General HP databases and reference resources
Databases, Indexes and Discovery Tools
Tools for advanced searching
Indexes (partial full text)
Required Readings for September 19 -Dee & Kelly
General tip: When looking for early European and American writing about Hawaiʻi and the Pacific in Voyager, the subject headings [COUNTRY] Discovery and Travel or [COUNTRY] Description and Travel (example: Rapa Nui Discovery and Travel; Hawaiʻi Description and Travel).
Selected databases, Indexes & Online Resources:
HAWAIIAN & PACIFIC LITERATURE:
Selected databases & online indexes:
(for a more complete list of electronic resources, see the research strategies page of Literature of the Pacific libguide)
(See also the "Reference Materials" section of the Literature of the Pacific libguide)
Selected literary journals:
See "Reference Materials" section of Literature of the Pacific libguide for a more comprehensive list of Pacific related journals. See the above bibliographies for other citations to journals and anthologies.)
Required Readings for September 26 -
Required Readings for October 3 -
PACIFIC DEMOGRAPHIC AND STATISTICAL INFORMATION
HAWAIʻI STATISTICAL INFORMATION
HAWAIʻI DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION
HAWAIʻI GENEALOGY AND BIOGRAPHY RESEARCH
Resources from Kapena's presentation
(note, this is not a comprehensive list, just resources highlighted in Kapena's presentation. If you find yourself stuck on Reference Question #4, you may want to use the resources with a *** in front.
Useful Original Records Indexes & Full-text Databases
Useful Published Sources
Journals & Magazines
Society, Social, Government Directories
Land Research (Shim)
Required Readings for October 10 -
Databases & Indexes:
This electronic collection of legal materials and government documents is the digital version of microfiche collections created by the Law Library Microform Consortium. The collection includes decisions of federal executive branch agencies, boards, and commissions; Congressional Record; and court decisions. Notably, it includes legal material from Kingdom of Hawaiʻi and Territorial eras, as well as a growing body of Pacific legal material.
TTPI Archives Index
The Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands (TTPI) Archives is a collection of more than 2,000 microfilms that document the workings of the TTPI, which governed much of Micronesia from the end of WWII through 1990. The TTPI Index provides title, author, subject keyword searching for a variety of legal materials, including land documents and assorted court cases.
Hawai'i State Archives Digital Collections
Native Hawaiian and Indigenous Scholarship and Legal Resources
Pacific Collection website: legal sources
A varied list of sources compiled by Pacific Collection librarians.
The Pacific Islands Legal Information Institute (PacLii) is an initiative of the University of the South Pacific School of Law and is committed to publishing and providing access to the law for free. It collects and publishes legal materials from American Samoa, Cook Islands, Commonwealth of Northern Mariana Islands, Federated States of Micronesia, Fiji, Guam, Kiribati, Marshall Islands, Nauru, Niue, New Caledonia, Palau, Papua New Guinea, Pitcairn Islands, Samoa, Solomon Islands, Tokelau, Tonga, Tuvalu and Vanuatu.
Required Readings for October 17 -
Required Readings for October 24 -
Required Readings for October 31 -
Draft final project
Required Readings for November 7 - Ellie S. & Ally
Required Readings for November 14 -