Volume 28, no. 2 of The Contemporary Pacific is now available in open-access format at: https://scholarspace.manoa.
hawaii.edu/handle/10125/2828 The Contemporary Pacific, which is co-published by the UH-Manoa Center for Pacific Islands Studies and the University of Hawai'i Press, is the world's foremost journal of interdisciplinary scholarship relating to Oceania. Back issues, from Volume 1. number 1 (1989) through one year prior to the present are freely available via Scholarspace, the UH-M Library's digital repository. Current issues are available to UH-M students, faculty and staff via Project Muse (which houses issues from the year 2000 through the present).
As previously noted, the Hawaiian & Pacific Collections reading room is currently closed to the public, and we are providing services on a slightly more limited basis via Hamilton Library's Government Documents and Maps Collection reading room, in the Library's basement. Completion of the project has now been delayed by at least two weeks, meaning that we will be continuing with our current services and location through at least Friday, March 2, and most likely a few days beyond that date. We will post more information as it becomes available. In the meantime, click here for more information on our interim services.