The East Asia Library is having an exhibition of photos and selective books related to humanitarian assistance for North Korea (Democratic People’s Republic of Korea). The photos were taken by Ms. Katharina Zellweger, 2011-2012 Pantech Fellow in Korean Studies at the Walter H. Shorenstein Asia-Pacific Research Center. She lived in Pyongyang for five years and served as the North Korea country director for the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC).
The East Asia Library of Stanford University Libraries invites a student assistant who can perform, under the supervision of the Korean collection staff, various library tasks relating to the acquisition and cataloging of Korean resources. The student will be working 10 hours per week. A candidate with a long-term commitment to the job is highly preferred.
Major tasks are as follows. All necessary training will be provided.
Access to full-text e-resources at the National Assembly Library (국회도서관) and the National Library of Korea (국립중앙도서관)
The National Assembly Library (국회도서관) and the National Library of Korea (국립중앙도서관) provide many full-text e-resources in their online catalogs. Due to copyright issues, however, these full-text resources are available at three different levels.
- available to users worldwide who have access to their online catalogs
The East Asia Library is holding the Special Exhibition of Hangul (Korean Alphabet) Calligraphy. The exhibition features Hangul calligraphy works donated by eleven established Korean female calligraphers.
East Asia Library
Meyer Library, 4th Floor
October 9 - 31, 2008
Monday - Thursday: 8am - 9pm
Friday: 8am - 5 pm
Sunday: 1- 5 pm
Trial service for "e Korean Studies" and "e-article."
Both "e Korean Studies" and "e-article" cover all subjects/disciplines, not only Korean studies.
"e Korean Studies" <http://www.e-koreanstudies.com/> provides an integrated search interface for 11 databases from Korea.
- DBpia -- full-text articles from about 1,200 journals
- KISS -- full-text articles from about 6,000 journals
- KRpia -- full-text of various reference, primary, and secondary sources
- KoreaA2Z -- full-text of various reference, primary, and secondary sources
The East Asia Library, with the support of the Korean Studies Program of Asia-Pacific Research Center and the Stanford University Libraries, will hold a reception in honor of Dr. Lee Mun-Woong. Dr. Lee, a professor emeritus of Seoul National University, has donated about 900 volumes of books from his personal collection and about 50 ceramic pieces of Korean traditional writing tools. Please join us in this event to appreciate Dr. Lee’s donation. Refreshments will be provided.
Time and Date: 4 P.M., February 23, 2007