Contact the East Asian Studies librarian to learn how to do all of this and more.Books, reference books, and non-current periodicals written in the Chinese, Japanese, and Korean languages are located in the 10th Floor North Reading Room, or may be offsite and can be requested through our Bobcat catalog.Contact us if you experience any difficulty logging in.
For assistance with Asian/Pacific/American Studies research, please contact librarian Andrew H.
Lee, (212) 998-2633 Guide to the Yoshio Kishi and Irene Yah-Ling Sun Collection, 1860-2010 MSS.292, Fales Library and Special Collections Yoshio Kishi was an award-winning New York City-based film and sound editor.
You can also limit the language to Chinese, Japanese, or Korean).
For online videos of documentary and feature films, try Archival material and special collections resources related to East Asia are held in Fales Library and Special Collections, and the Tamiment Library and Robert F. Check their websites for hours and to search their finding aids.
dissertations and theses on Library Cataloging and Classification including Subject Cataloging and Metadata which are written/published in English language.
This guide includes information about how to locate print and electronic theses or dissertations produced by students at Queen’s as well as those produced by students at other institutions, both in Canada and overseas.
Houses the collections in Politics, International Relations and Sociology,and is the library for taught course provision in this subject, along with first level research material, contemporary works (including legal deposit), and the core journal collection.
The largest social science library outside of the Bodleian Libraries, and holds sociology collections relating to the interests of College members since 1937.
An East Asian Studies program came into existence in the 1980s and the East Asian Studies Department was created in the late 1990s.
Graduate degree candidates were admitted in the Fall of 2004.