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East Asian Studies: Home & Contact

Guide to English-language resources on China, Japan, and Korea.

Table of Contents

Home & Contact Information of the East Asian Librarian.

Library Essentials: basic library resources and services for students.

Basic References: language dictionaries, encyclopedias, etc.

Books: a guide for finding gooks and a list of online book resources.

Articles: a guide for finding articles and a list of online journals.

Films: link to lists of films on China, Japan, and Korea in the Media Center.

CJK Sources: Introduction to the Chinese, Japanese, and Korean collections in the East Asian Library at Rutgers.

Scholarly Websites: link to foreast.org, Free Open Resources for East Asian Studies edited by Tao Yang.

Related Rutgers Sites

Department of Asian Languages and Cultures

Asian Studies Program

Confuius Institute

William Elliot Griffis Collection

"The papers of William Elliot Griffis, a unique scholarly resource, document the experience of Westerners in Japan, the roots of Japanese-American relations, and the special friendship between Japan and Rutgers during the Meiji period (1868- 1912)."

Contact the East Asian Librarian

Tao Yang's picture
Tao Yang
Contact:
Alexander Library

169 College Ave.

New Brunswick, NJ 08901


848-932-6086

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Alexander Library Reference Desk: 732/932-7509
Alexander Library Circulation Desk (for circulation questions): 732/932-7851

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