New 2018 content published in our Hawai‘i and Pacific journals garnered nearly 7,500 downloads worldwide on both Project MUSE and the University of Hawai‘i’s open access digital repository, Kahualike.
The Contemporary Pacific review of Disney film Moana tops the list, and an article from our new open access Asian/Pacific Island Nursing Journal features in the top 10. Open access Hawaiian language journal Palapala did not publish new content in 2018 but garnered nearly 2,700 downloads on ScholarSpace. Our new title Rapa Nui Journal began publishing early release articles on Project MUSE in late 2018.
Moana (review) by Mārata Ketekiri Tamaira, Vilsoni Hereniko, Tagi Qolouvaki, J Uluwehi Hopkins, and Candice Elanna Steiner
Beyond Paradise? Retelling Pacific Stories in Disney’s Moana by A Mārata Ketekiri Tamaira and Dionne Fonoti
Whose Paradise? Encounter, Exchange, and Exploitation by Kalissa Alexeyeff and Siobhan McDonnell
Predicting risk factors of working aged hemorrhagic stroke patients in a tertiary teaching hospital in Chiang Mai by Suphannee Triamvisita, Wilaiwan Chongruksutb, Wanarak Watcharasaksilpb, and Rujee Rattanasathien
Contested Paradise: Dispossession and Repossession in Hawai’i by Margaret Jolly
Māori Issues by Margaret Mutu
Disaster, Divine Judgment, and Original Sin: Christian Interpretations of Tropical Cyclone Winston and Climate Change in Fiji by John Cox, Glen Finau, Romitesh Kant, Jope Tarai, and Jason Titifanue
Want to learn more about recently published Hawaiiana? Check out the annual bibliography from Hawaiian Journal of History.