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Asian Studies - Subject Guide for Students: Start

This guide is for students at the Centre for East and South-East Asian Studies, but can be used for others with Asia as a speciality

The Digital Asia Library

This guide consist of information about East and South-East Asia, and how to write and cite. In the box Want to know more about, you will find links to information about the different countries.
Start: General links to resources about Asia, Human rights, libraries, and some student information.
Find & Read: starting point to find information in journals, books and databases.
Journals: Academic journals about Asia divided by subject (still being developed).
Methods: Books, database and links about different methods.
Academic Integrity: Information about the Swedish rules of academic conduct.
Write & Cite : Academic writing, MOOC courses, referencing.
Publishing a Thesis: URKUND and LUP Student Papers.
Help & Contact: Technical and academic support.
Please ask the librarians if you need more help, or want to add links or report broken links!

News around the world about Asia

Look at the webinar for LexisNexis, and learn how to search in the database. [Access provided by Earnrolyn "Lynn" Smith at LexisNexis] 1 hour 7 minutes.

Links to other resourses

The Asia Library

birds view over Asia Library

See our web page for opening hours. Asia Library is now a part of the HT Libraries, and still placed in the Centre.

Good to know for students

Scholarships and grants for students

Want to know more about...

These country guides are being developed. If you can't click on the name it means that there isn't any country guide yet.



China (including Hong Kong, Macau and Tibet)



Korea (North and South)



Myanmar / Burma





Timor-Leste / East Timor