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EAL Welcomes New Japanese Studies Librarian Dr. Regan Murphy Kao

Dongfang Shao's announcement forwarded from SULAIR News (https://lib.stanford.edu/sulairnews):

The Stanford East Asia Library is pleased to announce the hiring of Dr. Regan Murphy Kao, who will join us on March 20, 2012, as the Japanese Studies Librarian.


Stanford Pan-Asian Music Festival

Come to the 8th annual Pan Asian Music Festival! The Stanford Symphony Orchestra and the Stanford Philharmonia Orchestra will be performing as part of the Festival's series of lectures, events, demonstrations and performances. The Festival is from Feb 3-11th, and will explore how musical performance traditions from Asian countries have changed and been transformed throughout history.

Asian Masters Encounter the Western Musical Tradition: Stanford Symphony Orchestra
Saturday, Feb 4
8 PM at Dinkelspeil
$10/$5 students, Stanford students FREE with SUID


Japanese Maps

Selected Maps, Pre-modern

Organizations

Organizations in Japan, Selected

Doing Research in Japan

Doing Research in Japan, Selected

Japanese Photographs and Posters

Photographs, Selected

Encyclopedias, Dictionaries and Translations

Encyclopedias and Dictionaries, Selected

JapanKnowledge+知識探索 (Available to Stanford-affiliated users)      

        Some of the resources included in this database are:

Research Guides to Japan Studies

Selected Japanese-Language E-Resources for Japan Studies

Selected New Books

January-February 2011

 

東アジア海域叢書. 汲古書院, 2010-  Projected in 20 volumes.  Call number varies.

岩波講座東アジア近現代通史.  岩波書店, 2010-   Projected in 11 volumes.  Call number:  DS518 .I93 2010

新編原典中国近代思想.  岩波書店, 2010-   Projected in 7 volumes.  Call number: DS721 .S55 2010

Dongfang Shao's New Books

Congratulations to Dongfang Shao, Director of the East Asia Library, who will be among those Stanford authors honored at the Stanford Humanities Center on Wednesday, February 23, 2011 when it presents the18th Annual Publication Celebration.


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