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The Department of History at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa offers degree programs at the BA, MA, and PhD levels and is comprised of award-winning teachers and researchers.
Our geographical location facilitates our expertise in Asian, Hawaiian, Pacific, and World histories, as well as the American and European pasts. History majors find success in a variety of careers from teaching, research, and advocacy, to government service, journalism, law and business. The possibilities are endless. And we are here to help you navigate the way to your future.
In the Spotlight
New Volume from Series Co-Edited by Prof. Kieko Matteson
MIGRANT ECOLOGIES: ENVIRONMENTAL HISTORIES OF THE PACIFIC WORLD
Covering nearly one-third of the planet, the Pacific Ocean is remarkable for its diverse human and non-human inhabitants, their astounding long-distance migrations over time, and their profound influences on other parts of the world. This book creates an understanding of the past, present, and futures of the lands, seas, peoples, practices, microbes, animals, plants, and other natural forces that shape the Pacific. It effectively argues for the existence of an interconnected Pacific World environmental history, as well as for the Pacific Ocean as a necessary framework for understanding that history. Among the authors are Prof. Frank Zelko and Dr. Matthew Cavert.
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Congratulations to Misha Matsumoto Yee (MA, Hawaiʻi) of St. Andrew’s Schools—The Priory. Misha has... ...