How To Use This Page
The East Asian Subject Guide is created to help you get started on research for your topic. Click on a tab above to get started with the topic.
Each guide contains the following information:
Class Pages A list of resources related to individual courses.
Reference Works A listing of encyclopedias and dictionaries that will provide you with background information as you begin your research on the topic.
Library Catalogs A list of catalogs that will locate books on your topic.
Databases Links to databases that contain journal articles about your topic, along with suggested search terms.
Bibliographies A list of bibliographies with citations to journal articles. Search for these journals in the databases.
Specific Journals A list of specfic journals related to East Asia Studies
Online Resources Links to suggested Internet resources for the topic, reviewed and recommended by the EAS faculty and humanities librarian as credible websites.
Translations The translated articles all appear in current Chinese and Japanese scholarship in China and in Japan (subject matter going back to the 1960s). The articles can be read in descending order by clicking at a button on the menu bar where the first translation appears, and that means the most current translations will appear first.
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