The full run of Asian Perspectives: The Journal of Archaeology for Asia and the Pacific is now available online. All except the latest volume of AP can now be freely accessed in the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa Library’s ScholarSpace digital repository, while the most current volumes (from vol. 39, 2000) are available online for subscribers to Project MUSE. To facilitate access to the individual contributions in the earliest volumes, we have inserted links to them from the AP Author/Title Index to vols. 1–39 (1957–2000) republished on this blog.
This cooperative project is intended to aid many small libraries in Southeast Asia and the Pacific Islands who cannot afford to subscribe to Project MUSE. The initial request came from the UH Center for Southeast Asian Studies; Hamilton Library staff supervised the digitization of the articles, the addition of metadata, and the placement online; and UH Press Journals Department paid the students who completed the work.