Social sciences and humanities for all historical periods in Chinese, Japanese, and Korean languages.
- Conference on rare primary sources will be held in East Asia Library | April 15, 2015
- Join us: Opening Celebration of EAL on Oct. 1, 4pm-6pm | September 24, 2014
- East Asia Library re-opens September 15 | September 11, 2014
- New East Asia Library site is now live! | May 21, 2014
- Issei Oral History Project now streaming online | March 7, 2014
|Guide||Created by||Last Updated||Subject tag|
|Japanese E-Resources||Dr Regan Murphy Kao||2015-10-23||Japanese studies|
|East Asian Studies||Qi Qiu||2015-05-19||Asian studies, Chinese studies, East Asian studies, Japanese studies, Korean studies|
|Gaihōzu: Japanese Imperial Maps||Julie Sweetkind-Singer||2015-10-21||Digital collections, Rare maps, Chinese studies, East Asian studies, Japanese studies, Korean studies, Geography, Maps|
The Issei Oral History Project in Watsonville consists of interviews conducted by Kazuko Nakane from 1978 to 1983 with fifteen Japanese-American residents in Watsonville, California.
Starting in 2014, the Japanese collection at Stanford started acquiring noteworthy movies.
The East Asia Library has started to collect award-winning Japanese children’s books.
Stanford has a robust manga collection boasting more than 330 titles. To review the titles, search for "Stanford manga collection."
There have been many publications related to the 2011 earthquake, tsunami and nuclear accident, but among the most poignant are the efforts of auth
Stanford has over 400 Japanese textbooks from the early twentieth century (and some more recent ones also!).
A hidden jewel of the Japanese collection is
The Japanese collection boasts a large collection of prints from the 17th through the mid-20th century.