The following are helpful and frequently used UH Mānoa links for students, historians and history buffs. Please see also the wide variety of other resources under the subheadings listed at left.
If you have any suggestions for additional resources, please contact Julie Motooka, the Instructional and Student Support Specialist.
Before contacting a Historian about a paper or project, please read this page!
A great resource, both for academic requirements and for information on courses you may want to take in the future. This links to the History Department Courses.
The site for the entire University of Hawai'i library system. From here you can search all UH collections.
The Library at the University of Hawaii at Mānoa has created a page that collects a large number of History resources.
A wealth of resources on using the UH Mānoa library. If you plan to use the library, this is the place to start.
An online course in information literacy. Learn how to write and research a paper from the comfort of your computer desk.
Emeritus Professor Daniel W.Y. Kwok has written an account of the Department of History, from its birth to the University's Centennial in 2006.