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The Korean Collection at Stanford University Libraries began September 2005. The collection supports research, teaching, and learning on Korea related topics at Stanford University. The current emphases of the collection are in social sciences, history, and literature.
Resources about/from Korea, which are owned by Stanford University Libraries, can be searched in SearchWorks.
Selective lists of new acquisitions on Korea are available. Please note that the titles in these lists are only selective. Searching SearchWorks and/or browsing the shelves are highly recommended.
Reference Contact and Recommending Library Purchases
For reference help with the Korean collection or to suggest Korean-language titles for purchase, please contact:Kyungmi Chun
East Asia Library
J. Henry Meyer Library Bldg., Room 452
Stanford, CA 94305-6004
voice (650) 724-5934
fax (650) 724-2028
E-mail: Kyungmi Chun
The 'koreacollection' Mailing List
If you are affiliated with Stanford University and interested in receiving announcements from the Korean collection, which include the library's new acquisitions on Korean studies, please subscribe to the 'koreacollection' mailing list at https://mailman.stanford.edu/mailman/listinfo/koreacollection.