Browse Research & Scholarship
The following are tools for saving and organizing research citations and producing your bibliography, in-text citations, and footnotes. For assistance, see the Harvard Libraries' guide to Using RefWorks, EndNote, and other citation tools.
Carrels and Study Spaces
Find spaces in the Lamont and Widener Libraries for individual and group study.
Collections at Harvard
The following Harvard libraries and museums have collections that are especially relevant to research in South Asian, Indian, and Sanskrit studies:
Collections Beyond Harvard
These libraries beyond Harvard also have collections that are relevant to research in South Asian, Indian, and Sanskrit studies:
Finding Books, Videos and More
Harvard Library Catalogs (this Widener Call Number Locations Chart may come in handy to retrieve any items you find in Widener):
Finding Articles and More
Conducting Primary Research Studies
Finding Book Reviews
Finding E-Resources by Subject and Keyword
For Your Research
This page lists library research tools, study spaces, services, and resources at Harvard for finding articles, books, videos, dissertations, and book reviews and for managing citations, as well as planning original research, finding grant funding, or becoming more familiar with relevant libray collections.
Cited References count how many times a given work has been cited by others as a measure of quality.
The following resources can help you research cited references:
Research Librarian, Liaison to South Asian Studies
Widener Library, Room 220
Librarian for South and Southeast Asia
Collection Development, Widener Library, Room 140
South Asian Studies
1 Bow Street, Room 312