3 edition of guide to East Asian collections in North America found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographies and index.
|Statement||compiled by Thomas H. Lee.|
|Series||Bibliographies and indexes in world history,, no. 25|
|LC Classifications||Z3001 .L4 1992, DS504.5 .L4 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 158 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||158|
|LC Control Number||91046698|
The Library is home to hundreds of archival collections and over , single manuscripts, books, prints, photographs, and ephemera documenting the history of what is now the Northeast, Midwest, and South of the United States, as well as the Atlantic and Central regions of Canada, from the colonial era through the end of World War II. In , the University of Chicago library joined the Korean Collections Consortium of North America (KCCNA) which enabled us to develop our holdings in the subjects of welfare, industry, environment, politics, novels written in classical Chinese, Koreans in Chinese, and Koreans living in Chicago. The Korean collection is located on the 5th.
The Visual Resources Collection (VRC) is a digital library of over , images of global art and architecture, including o images related to East Asian visual and material culture. The VRC's East Asian Collection historically reflects the teaching and research interests of Yale faculty since the late s to the : Lindsay King. Today East Asia is the richest part of the world outside the old industrial centres of Western Europe and North America. Despite political authoritarianism, human rights violations, corruption, repression of labour unions, gender discrimination and mistreatment of ethnic minorities, the citizens of the East Asian economies have experienced improvements in income and general well-being.
Home About Explore Africa Arctic & Oceans Asia Caribbean & Latin America Europe Middle East North America Oceania Travel Writing Latest. Read the World Books Set in Asia. Jump to: Afghanistan Cambodia China India Indonesia Japan. Russia Singapore South Korea Sri Lanka Books set in Asia, books set in Afghanistan, books set in Cambodia, books. The resources are grouped together according to their formats, marked by separate tabs. If you have questions about this guide, want to set up a research consultation appointment or schedule a tour to visit the East Asian Resources, please don't hesitate to contact via e-mail ([email protected]) or phone ().Author: Sanghun Cho.
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This book is the first comprehensive guide to East Asian collections in American and Canadian libraries. It covers fifty-five collections and deals primarily with materials in East Asian vernacular languages, mainly Chinese, Japanese, and Korean.
The guide also covers materials in both book Cited by: 1. This book is the first comprehensive guide to East Asian collections in American and Canadian libraries. It covers fifty-five collections and deals primarily with materials in East Asian vernacular languages, mainly Chinese, Japanese, and Korean.
The guide also covers materials in both book. Covering 55 collections in the U.S. and Canada, this is the first comprehensive guide to East Asian collections in North America. It deals primarily with materials in East Asian vernacular languages, mainly Chinese, Japanese, and Korean, and covers material in both book and nonbook form.
The Library began systematic acquisition of Korean-language publications in and now has the largest and most comprehensive collection outside of East Asia, including books, periodicals, and some two hundred fifty different newspapers that go back to the s. Inside the World’s Major East Asian Collections examines the rise of the “LAM,” an acronym that stands for libraries, archives and museums.
In doing so, this book profiles leading experts—librarians, archivists and museum curators—who specialise in East Asian collections from across the world. The East Asian Collection at Davis Library was established in when UNC began teaching courses on East University of North Carolina and nearby Duke University have been sharing area studies library resources since the s, and have agreed early on to share the responsibility of East Asian collection : Hsi Chu Bolick.
The East Asian Collection was developed from "the Gardner Collection." The Library began building a major Chinese resources inwhen the noted Harvard Sinologist Charles Sidney Gardner donated to Brown University approximat volumes of his personal library, which was regarded as the best private Sinological collection in the United States.
New Books in East Asian Studies (Interviews) Digital Vatican Library Several East Asian texts in the Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana are now available online: 27 items from Borgia Cinese & items from Vaticano Estremo : Martin Heijdra. The World of Asian Books The Yung Lo Emperor's Great Encyclopedia.
Compiled for the Yung Lo emperor by some two thousand scholars between andthis manuscript encyclopedia was the earliest and largest in the history of China.
The East Asian Collection can trace its beginning back to In that year Prof. Ssu-Yu Teng was appointed to teach Chinese, Japanese, and Far Eastern history at Indiana University. He received support from the University for the acquisition of titles listed in a.
Inthe Chinese language portion of the Asian Collection was the thirtieth largest collection of chinese materials in North America. Containing more t volumes of vernacular materials and currently received journal titles, the Chinese collection maintains strengths in the fields of modern fiction, art history, and in Qing and.
World Bank Group--East Asia and Pacific ; FOREAST: Internet East Asian Library (by Tao Yang) LIBRARY RESOURCES: East Asian Libraries in North America (CEAL) Library of Congress: Asian Division and Reading Room and Online Catalog; PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS/ACADEMIC PROGRAMS: Association for Asian Studies (AAS) Asian Studies Author: Joan Wang.
Get this from a library. Collecting Asia: East Asian libraries in North America, [Peter X Zhou;] -- Today, more than eighty of North America's most prestigious institutions have established East Asian libraries or collections.
Their combined holdings number in excess of 16 million books. (shelved 3 times as east-asian-fiction) avg rating — 85, ratings — published The Southeast Asia Collection at Ohio University Libraries, established inis among the oldest and largest collections of research materials on Southeast Asia in North America.
Ohio University Libraries acquires materials on all of the countries of Southeast Asia. However, library holdings on Malaysia, Indonesia, Singapore and Brunei are. As one of the largest East Asian language collections in North America, the Asia Library provides scholarly resources in various formats to patrons at both U-M and other institutions to support East Asian studies.
We are located on the 4th floor of the Hatcher Graduate Library (North). The collection covers mainly humanities, social sciences and arts with substantial holdings in history, philosophy, religion, arts, classics, and literature. In addition to this, as a member of the Korean Collection Consortium of North America, the subjects such as Seoul, popular culture, fine and performing arts, education, psychology and Author: Hee-Sook Shin.
The Korean Collection at Cornell University Library has been acquired actively since The Collection is to support research and instructional needs of the Korean Studies. Currently the Korean Collection holds ab volumes, and its particular emphases are philosophy, history, literature, linguistics, and social sciences fields.
The definitions of “Southeast Asia” are fluid and only recently defined (“SE Asia” itself as a geographic term only dates back to WWII), and so the books here reach from India through Burma, Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, and Vietnam. Presented Author: David Mccaskey.
Comprehensive coverage of international literature in Sociology and related disciplines in the social and behavioral sciences; provides abstracts to scholarly journal articles, book chapters, conference papers, and more, with cited references for most records after Forty percent (40%) of the content is published outside of North : Qiong (Joan) Xu.
The East Asian Library is the only one in North America that owns the complete census data. The UCLA Library creates a vibrant nexus of ideas, collections, expertise, and spaces in which users illuminate solutions for local and global challenges.
East Asian Studies at Duke provides links to local East Asian studies departments and social organizations Description of the Collection Duke has focused its collecting on 19th and 20th century Japan, identifying a few areas of strength - modern art history, women's and labor history, Japan's colonial history, modern literature, manga and : Kristina Troost.Written by top scholars in the field, EAST ASIA: A CULTURAL, SOCIAL, AND POLITICAL HISTORY, 3E delivers a comprehensive cultural, political, economic, and intellectual history of East Asia, while focusing on the narratives and histories of China, Japan, and Korea in a larger, global by: