Wednesday, February 19, 2025

Library Loan Policies and Renewals


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Thursday, May 6, 2021

Temporary Closure of Computer Lab and DVD/Reference Collections - Beginning Monday, May 7, 2021

Please pardon the inconvenience... Beginning Friday, May 7, 2021, the computer lab, as well as the DVD and Reference Collections, will be unavailable until further notice due to upcoming construction. It may also be noisy during this time.

LIBRARY CLOSED - Saturday, May 8, 2021 - Chaminade Commencement Ceremonies

Chaminade's commencement ceremonies will be held on campus on Saturday, May 8, 2021. Due to campus access restrictions, the library will be closed on May 8. The library will re-open on Monday, May 10, 2021 at 9AM, beginning summer hours of operation.

Thursday, April 29, 2021

Summer 2021 Library Hours **Beginning MAY 10 (Monday)**

SULLIVAN FAMILY LIBRARY
SUMMER 2021 
http://lib.chaminade.edu
735-4725

Beginning **MONDAY, MAY 10**

Hours Open:
Monday – Friday  9:00 am – 6:00 pm
Saturday 11:00 am – 4:00 pm
Sunday CLOSED


Holidays Closed:
Monday, May 31          Memorial Day   
Friday, June 11           Kamehameha Day   
Monday, July 5        Independence Day   


Wednesday, April 7, 2021

Deep dive into Roman history

Ever want to learn more about Ancient Rome and how it impacts life today? About Julias Caesar and why he was assassinated? Or how Cleopatra connects with Rome? Below is a selection of books from our collection to help answer some of these answers and more!


"The assassination of Julius Caesar is one of the most notorious murders in history. Two thousand years after it occurred, many compelling questions remain about his death: Was Brutus the hero and Caesar the villain? Did Caesar bring death on himself by planning to make himself king of Rome? Was Mark Antony aware of the plot, and let it go forward? Using historical evidence to sort out these other puzzling issues, historian and award-winning author Stephen Dando-Collins takes you to the world of Ancient Rome and recaptures the drama of Caesar's demise and the chaotic aftermath." -- from publisher



"The Roman Empire has long held price of place in the collective memory of scholars, politicians, and the general public in the western world. In Money, Culture, and Well-Being in Rome's Economic Development, Hoyer offers a new approach to explain Rome's remarkable development... Engaging with social scientific and economic theory, Hoyer highlights key issues in economic history, placing the Roman Empire in its rightful place as a special -- but not wholly unique -- example of a successful pre-industrial state." -- from publisher 


"With commanding skill, Martin tells the remarkable and dramatic story of how a tiny, poor, and threatened settlement grew to become, during its height, the dominant power in the Mediterranean world for five hundred years. Encompassing the period from Rome's founding in the 8th century BC through Justinian's rule in the 6th century AC, he offers a distinctive perspective on the Romans and their civilization by employing fundamental Roman values as a lens through which to view both their rise and spectacular fall." -- from publisher


"The story of the world's best-remembered celebrity couple, set against the political backdrop of their time. In 30 BCE, the 39-year-old queen of Egypt, Cleopatra, took her own life rather than be paraded in chains through Rome by her conqueror, the future first emperor Augustus. A few days earlier, her lover of eleven years, Mark Antony, had himself committed suicide. Historian Diana Preston explores the lives and times of a couple whose names -- two millennia alter -- still invoke passion and intrigue." -- from publisher

"This book explores new perspectives to understand this Roman 'object boom' and its impact on Roman history. In particular, the book's international contributors question the traditional dominance of 'representation' in Roman archaeology, whereby objects have come to stand for social phenomena such as status, facets of group identity, or notions like Romanisation and economic growth... Materialising Roman History is essential reading for anyone studying material culture from the Roman world." -- from publisher

Tuesday, March 30, 2021

Holy Thursday, April 1 - Library Closing @ 5pm

Please note that the library will be closing earlier at 5pm on Holy Thursday, April 1. 

Library Closures For Good Friday and Easter Sunday

This is the holy week leading up to Good Friday and Easter Sunday. Please note that the library will be closing earlier at 5pm on Holy Thursday, April 1. Here's the schedule: 

Thursday, April 1 - Holy Thursday (Library closes earlier at 5 PM)

Friday, April 2 - Good Friday (Library CLOSED)

Saturday, April 3 - Library OPEN 11 AM - 4 PM

Sunday, April 4 - Easter Sunday (Library CLOSED)


Thursday, March 25, 2021

LIBRARY CLOSED - Friday, March 26, 2021 - Kuhio Day

The Library will be closed on Friday, March 26, 2021, in observance of Kuhio Day. It will reopen at 11am on Saturday, March 27. 

Monday, March 22, 2021

Chaminade University Faculty Publications

 Faculty publications are one of the shining gems in our Sullivan Family Library collection. Below are some highlighted titles you might enjoy checking out.

Hill, R. (2016). Picturing Scotland through the Waverly novels: Walter Scott and the origins of the Victorian illustrated novel. Routledge.

"Innovative and accessibly written, Picturing Scotland examines the genesis and production of the first author-approved illustrations for Sir Walter Scott's Waverly novels in Scotland. Consulting numerous neglected primary sources, Richard J. Hill demonstrates that Scott, usually seen as disinterested in the mechanics of publishing, actually was at the forefront of one of the most innovative publishing and printing trends, the illustrated novel... Picturing Scotland is an important contribution to Scott studies, the development of the illustrated novel, and publishing history." -- from publisher

Richard Hill is an Associate Professor in the English department.



Santee, R. G. (2007). An integrative approach to counseling: bridging Chinese thought, evolutionary theory, and stress management. SAGE Publications.

"[This book] offers a global and integrative approach to counseling that incorporates multiple concepts and techniques from both eastern and western perspectives. This book identifies commonalities... [and] also compares and contrasts the underlying cultural assumptions of western counseling with those of the Chinese perspectives of Confucianism, Daoism, and Buddhism, relative to integrating and applying a more global approach to helping individuals functionally adapt to challenges in their environments. The book... cover such areas as introduction to counseling, counseling skills and techniques, counseling theories, multi-cultural awareness and counseling, and stress management." -from publisher

Robert Santee is a the Director of the Masters of Science in Counseling Psychology program and a Professor of Psychology.


Lichtenberg, P. A. (editor). (2010). Handbook of assessment in clinical gerontology. Academic Press.

Tracy Trevorrow adds a chapter entitled Assessing sleep problems of older adults in "this comprehensive second edition handbook offer[ing] clinicans and graduate students clear guidelines and reliable tools for assessing general mental health, cognitive functional age, psychosocial health, comorbidity, behavior deficits, and more." -- from publisher

Tracy Trevorrow is a Professor of Psychology.


Friday, March 19, 2021

 Here's a fun activity you can do virtually or in-person...going on a scavenger hunt. There are even prizes for the first 16 people to submit their activity sheets. See the flyers for all of the details. Go get 'em! 👀🔍👀🔎🔦👀 (Hint: check out highlights (in the round circles at the top of our Instagram page, especially the ones labeled 'Top Floor Tour' and 'First Floor Tour') for hints): https://www.instagram.com/chaminadelibrary/