The University of Hawai‘i Press now offers three new open-access journals to language scholars, according to a press release.
The UH Press is working to make the content of Language Documentation & Conservation, The Journal of the Southeast Asian Linguistics Society, and Palapala: a journal for Hawaiian language and literature, available online.
“We are delighted to present such high-quality digital content to the public — be they students, translators or simply curious readers,” said Pamela Wilson, UH Press journals manager, in the release.
Language Documentation & Conservation will be made available exclusively online and it is currently being edited by Nicholas Thieberger from the University of Melbourne.
UH Press works with the Southeast Asian Linguistics Society to produce their journal, which is one of two linguistics journals that UH Press publishes. It is currently edited by Mark Alves from Montgomery College.
Palapala is a new journal that will release its first issue in March 2017 and it is edited by Jeffrey Lyon from UH Mānoa's Religion Department.