The University Archives & Manuscripts Department of the UHM Library is hosting an exhibit "Mapping the Territory: Maps and Papers from the Romanzo Adams Social Research Laboratory Collection" now through June 30 in the Moir Reading Room at the UHM's Hamilton Library. The exhibit features papers and maps produced by UHM students in sociology classes during the 1930s and 1940s, which shed light on social conditions in Hawaiʻi in the Territorial era. The material on view came mostly from Romanzo Adams Social Research Laboratory (RASRL) Collection housed in the University Archives. The exhibit is co-guest curated by Dr. Lori Pierce, DePaul University and Dr. Christine Kirk-Kuwaye, a retired UHM faculty member and independent scholar.
The exhibit is viewable during the Moir Reading Room hours (check the library's website for current Reading Room hours - look under "Archives and Manuscripts"). For more information, read the UH News article on the exhibit, or contact email@example.com.