This guide is meant to provide a starting point for research in East Asian studies by students within the Faculty of Arts and Sciences at Harvard University. Harvard affiliated researchers should get in touch with Cheryl LaGuardia
OASIS (Online Archival Search Information System): finding aids for archival and manuscript collections.
VIA (Visual Information Access): a catalog to images owned by Harvard, dose not incude original characters.
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Chicago Manual of Style: the fully searchable online version of the 15th edition of this standard style manual.
Cross Search: lets you search more than one database at a time in a variety of subject areas.
Lib-X: a browser toolbar add-on that allows you to search the HOLLIS Catalog, E-Journal List, E- Resource List, Citation Linker, and Google Scholar quickly, with links to other search tools and library resources.
Transliteration Tables for non-Roman Scripts: the definitive transliteration guide for anyone who transliterates words, names, titles, or text from a non-Roman script into the Roman script.
For further research assistance please send queries as follows:
1. Please address initial and general queries in East Asian Studies to:
2. Please send queries specifically involving research in individual languages to:
Xiao-He Ma for material in Chinese, firstname.lastname@example.org;
Kuniko Yamada McVey for material in Japanese, email@example.com;
Mikyung Kang for material in Korean, firstname.lastname@example.org;
Chan Thi Ngoc Phan for material in Vietnamese, email@example.com.
Sharon Li-shiuan Yang for general references and E-Resources, firstname.lastname@example.org
Staff Directory: http://lib.harvard.edu/hyl#reslib