One of the world’s finest collections of Pacific materials, with over 90,000 volumes relating to the islands of Melanesia, Polynesia, and Micronesia is housed at the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa Pacific Collection in the Hamilton Library.
The PIR provides daily news, commentary, and analysis from across the Pacific.
When possible, the center video records seminar talks and other events and makes these recordings available on its YouTube Channel for those who are unable to attend events in person.
Plants and the Environments of the Marshall Islands
Information about many of the plants of the Marshall Islands and their uses.
Resources for Teaching
Pacific Island Economies
A unit for middle-school students by economist James Mak.
Pacific Worlds (K–12)
The geography of selected Pacific locations incorporating indigenous perspectives.
A curriculum unit for Hawai‘i Department of Education 7th grade Social Studies teachers.
Political Statuses of the Pacific Islands Chart
A concise representation of the political status history of the Islands.
Selected Films for Teaching
Films recommended by college instructors.
Pacific Studies Initiative Syllabi and Bibliography Collection
Information on resources and materials as an aid to creating course syllabi.
Resources for Health Professionals
Understanding Marshallese Patients
Online resources dealing with Micronesia, particularly the Republic of the Marshall Islands.