UH Press releases 90 classic books as online open-access titles | University of Hawai?i System News

“University of Hawai?i Press announced Hawai?i Open Books, a collection of 90 newly digitized and freely available academic titles from UH Press’s backlist, many of which have been out of print or unavailable for years.

Titles include seminal works of scholarship in Hawaiian, Pacific and Asian studies, as well as grammars, dictionaries and other resources for languages from throughout the Asia-Pacific region. The works are accessible from various online platforms, including UH’s institutional repository ScholarSpace, a newly created Hawai?i Open Books website, JSTOR and Project MUSE.

Hawai?i Open Books is the culmination of more than two years of work funded by two generous grants totaling $190,000 from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation’s Humanities Open Book program….”