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About this Guide

This guide provides information about the collections in East Asian Studies.  For subject help, please see the relevant subject librarian  for your area of inquiry.

East Asia Collections

Syracuse University Libraries provides access to books, journals, newspapers, maps and atlases ( print & electronic), videos and much more to meet the academic needs of the faculty and students of East Asian Studies Program with special emphasis to Chinese, Japanese, and Korean Studies.

 This guide provides practical suggestions to access print and electronic resources. 

You can also check out the international students' guide.

For further help, Ask us

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If you have favorite resources that are missing from this guide, please contact Janet Pease ( ).

Citation Guides

 This citation guide provides access to some of the most popular style manuals.  Select as needed  but confirm with your advisor.

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Finding Full Text Articles Through SULinks

If you see the SULinks icon next to an article in a database, click on it to see if the full text is available online through the library's subscriptions.  If full text is not available, SULinks will check the catalog for print holdings, or you can request your article for free through interlibrary loan.


Subject Guide

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Janet Pease
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Heard About Refworks?

RefWorks is a citation management system that allows you to save, store, and manage bibliographic citations, and also to generate bibliographies in over 300 different citation styles.  RefWorks is available free to SU and ESF students and faculty through SU Library subscription.

For more information and to create your own account, see our RefWorks Guide