To look for newspapers in Korean libraries, please see the Catalogs sections of this guide.
Center for Research Libraries (CRL) Global Resources Network- Foreign Newspapers / U.S. Ethnic Newspapers
The Center for Research Libraries collects a range of foreign and U. S. ethnic newspapers on microfilm. Affiliates of member libraries may borrow these films through Interlibrary Loan. Their website allows you to search for lists of publications by a variety of criteria, including language, region or ethnic group.
Searching is in romanization only.
Korean-language newspapers at Harvard are primarily held by Harvard-Yenching Library. To see a list of some of these newspapers in HOLLIS, try running this search:
This produces a list of materials whose format is marked "newspaper." Please note that this does not include all holdings, especially those which have been reprinted in book format. To search more broadly, try variations on the following strategy:
For more information on newspapers held by Harvard-Yenching, please contact the reference desk.
General news databases such as Factiva.com and LexisNexis Academic are increasingly including newspapers from Asia. Although the majority of these are still English-language Asian newspapers, holdings in Asian languages are becoming more common.
LexisNexis Academic (Harvard ID/PIN required)
LexisNexis Academic holds publications from Korea, The Korea Times and The Korea Herald.
thnic Newswatch (Harvard ID/PIN required)
A full-text database of the newspapers, magazines, and journals of the ethnic, minority and native press in the United States. Currently, it includes the Korea Times English-language edition from 1994-2001.
To browse a list of publications in Ethnic Newswatch: