East Asian Studies: Getting Started

A few starting points for East Asian studies, and links to China, Japan, and Korea studies.

Welcome to East Asian Studies!

This guide provides a few starting points for East Asian studies. See subject guides for China, Japan, and Korea for language resources and course guides.

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Starting Points

Primo Library Search

What Am I Searching?

Search resources from a number of different sources, including:

  • Everything from the KU Libraries Catalog: more than 4 million books, ebooks, videos, sound recordings, manuscripts, and more
  • Full-text articles from scholarly journals.
  • Unique KU digital collections, Open Access research from KU ScholarWorks, and more

Books & More Search (KU Library collections)

What Am I Searching?

Search resources from a number of different sources, including:

  • Everything from the KU Libraries Catalog: more than 4 million books, ebooks, videos, sound recordings, manuscripts, and more
  • Full-text articles from scholarly journals.
  • Unique KU digital collections, Open Access research from KU ScholarWorks, and more

Other Catalogs and Romanization Help

Chinese and Korean Studies Librarian

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Contact:
Mon. 1 pm - 5 pm
Tue. 9 am - 12 pm
Wed. 1 pm - 5 pm
Thurs. 10 am - 3 pm
Fri. 9 am - 12 pm
email is the best way to contact

East Asian Library
1425 Jayhawk Blvd.,
University of Kansas Libraries
Lawrence, KS 66045
Tel: 785.864.1617
Fax: 785.864.3850
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