East Asia Library
Stanford now has trial access to the following databases from CNKI at https://oversea.cnki.net through Tuesday, April 30th:
- China Doctoral Dissertations Full-text Database 1984 onwards
- China Masters' Theses Full-text Database 1984 onwards
- China Proceedings of Conference Full-text Database 1953 onwards
- China Reference Works Online1973 onwards, more than 4000 titles
- China Statistical Yearbooks Full-text Database 1949 onwards, 847 titles
EAL currently has trial access through June 30, 2013 to Airiti's CETD thesis and dissertation database at http://www.airitilibrary.com/ (on-campus access only).
For more information or comments, please contact Zhaohui Xue.
Forwarded from ReMix:
University Librarian Michael A. Keller cordially invites you to the
Dr. Sam-Chung Hsieh Memorial Lecture
Asia's Financial Markets in a Changing World
Dr. Zhu will discuss global interconnectedness and the shift in the
gravity of growth toward emerging and developing economies. In
addition, he will describe the global financial markets and Asia's
position in these markets as well as the role of financial markets in
Asia and how they can support sustainable growth in this region.
East Asia library has acquired the Chinese periodical full text database (1911-1949) 《民国时期期刊全文数据库》.This database is produced by Shanghai Library (SHL) and contains about 20,000 titles of Chinese periodicals published in the period of 1911 to 1949. The source of the database is Shanghai Library’s superb collection—the best in China—of the journals in the Republican period. It contains journals concerned by every discipline/subject existing at the time. The database is a full image database with good indexes (not a full-text database though it uses “全文数据库” in its name).
大学数字图书馆国际合作计划 China Academic Digital Associative Library (百万图书计划）includes millions of Chinese books and many of them are free to the public.
中国国家图书馆数字方志 includes more than 6000 kinds of local gazetteers published before 1949.
中国国家图书馆民国期刊 provides images of more than 4,500 Minguo serials.
Co-sponsored by the East Asia Library and the Department of East Asian Languages and Cultures, Dr. Eugene Wu, Librarian Emeritus, Harvard-Yenching Library, will talk on the early history of the Chinese collection at the Hoover Institution, now the East Asia Library of Stanford University.
January 30 (Wednesday) 4:30-6:00 pm
Location: 521 Memorial Way, Knight Building, Room 201
EAL Winter Closure Information
The EAL will be closed December 24, 2012 - January 4, 2012.
See the EAL hours page for intersession and winter closure details.