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View Resource Bulletin of Concerned Asian Scholars: Asia, Asian Studies and the National Security State: A Symposium

The Bulletin of Concerned Asian Scholars has placed online the full text of a recent symposium on "Asia, Asian Studies and the National Security State." The symposium consists of a powerful article by Bruce Cumings, challenging the ideological roots of Asian Studies, with eight responses by a wide range of people active in the profession. The symposium focuses on two moments in the creation and...

http://criticalasianstudies.org/assets/files/bcas/v29n01.pdf
View Resource JPRI Publications

The JPRI site, working in collaboration with the New Mexico US-Japan Center, has released all of its publications prior to 1997. Users now have access to full-text versions of working papers on a variety of Japanese topics.

http://www.jpri.org/publications/
View Resource JSTOR: Journal of Asian Studies

JSTOR has the Journal of Asian Studies in its collection of full-text on-line journals. Volumes 16-58, spanning 1956-1999 (and volumes 1-15 of its predecessor, The Far Eastern Quarterly), are now available. Note: access to JSTOR contents is currently available only on a site licence basis to academic institutions. A list of institutions with site licenses is available.

http://www.jstor.org/journal/jasianstudies
View Resource Syllabi

Hosted by H-Net's Asia Pacific Network, this collection of syllabi contains graduate, survey, and thematic courses in Asian Studies. Topics include: Comparative Regional Development in Europe and East Asia; History of East Asia; Women in East Asia; The History of Modern Japan; Pakistan: Islamic Frontier, The Rise of Modern China; and Vietnam: Revolution in Full Circle.

https://networks.h-net.org/node/22055/pages/27112/h-asia-syl...
View Resource Asia Observer

This "start page for observers of Asian affairs" complements resources such as Asia Society (described in the January 2, 1998 Scout Report) by providing an omnibus of links to news outlets, government resources, special topics and academic Websites, Asian newspapers, reference texts, human rights organizations, and more. In addition, the Find an Expert section allows users to access two large...

http://www.asiaobserver.com/
View Resource H-Asia: Asian History and Studies

The H-Net Humanities & Social Sciences OnLine hosts Asian studies related discussion lists (H-Asia, H-Japan, H-Anzau), their logs and threads, announcements, reviews, and links to e-journals.

https://networks.h-net.org/h-asia
View Resource Japan Documentation Center

The JDC specializes in Japanese public policy information, providing current source materials in fields such as economics, commerce and industry, law, politics, the environment, and social conditions, specializing in "grey literature" (unpublished and difficult-to-obtain government literature). At the JDC site users can view a quick guide to searching and requesting documents from the JDC...

http://www.loc.gov/rr/asian/jdc.html
View Resource Kids Web Japan

Managed by the Japan Center for Intercultural Communications, the Kids Web Japan site introduces schoolchildren aged between 10 and 14 to the country of Japan. The main page offers links to information about the physical and cultural aspects of the country, including its nature and climate, history, traditions, daily life, and more. Each subject contains a description, beautiful photographs, and...

http://web-japan.org/kidsweb/
View Resource Asian Studies WWW VL Search Engines: Pt 1

Yet another resource from online Asian Studies-guru T. Matthew Ciolek of the Australian National University, this dedicated search engine accesses "major Asian Studies' research resources recorded by the HotBot database." The engine covers the Websites of ten established Asian Studies organizations (asianart.com; coombs.anu.edu.au; iias.leidenuniv.nl; menic.utexas.edu; sun.sino.uni-heidelberg.de;...

http://www.ciolek.com/SearchEngines.html#asia
View Resource South China Sea WWW Virtual Library

The South China Sea WWW Virtual Library is a new subsection of the Asian Studies WWW Virtual Library edited by David Rosenberg, professor of political science at Middlebury College (Vermont). This site will serve as a centralized resource for students, researchers, and policymakers interested in South China Sea regional development, environment, and security issues. The South China Sea WWW VL...

http://www.southchinasea.org
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