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Asian Studies - Guide for Researchers: Start

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

Information about this guide

This guide is for scholars and teachers at the Centre for East and South-East Asian Studies. Please inform the librarians at the Asia library if you would like us to add links, or if you find broken links.

Newspapers and Magazines around the world

Encyclopedias, Dictionaries & Glossary

The Asia Library - one of the HT Libraries

birds view over Asia Library

See our web page for opening hours. Asia Library is a one of the three libraries at the Joint faculties of Humanities and Theologie, and placed in the Centre för East and South-East Asian Studies. The other two libraries are SOL (at the Language and Literature Centre) and LUX (in the LUX building).

For your research

LUCRIS
At the Centre you should classify your publication according to UKÄ. You should have one classification that states the following (marked in bold text): Social Sciences - Other Social Sciences - Social Sciences Interdisciplinary
You can also add more classifications when appropriate.

You should also write in several keywords describing your publication, presentation or other contribution. Asian studies is obligatory if it concerns Asia.

For help with your information retrieval for your research, or for holding courses for your students in source critisism et al, please contact your subject librarians at the Asia Library. 

Recources by country

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

Brunei

Cambodia

China (including Hong Kong, Macau and Tibet)

Indonesia

Japan

Korea (North and South)

Laos

Malaysia

Myanmar / Burma

Philippines

Singapore

Taiwan

Thailand

Timor-Leste / East Timor

Vietnam