Asian Studies

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  • Virginia Shih
  • Source: Fiat Lux Spring 2008 no. 7 p. 5

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Introduction to the Asian Studies Collection

The Group in Asian Studies (GAS) is an interdisciplinary undergraduate and graduate program in humanities and social sciences with over 70 affiliated faculty members in 20 departments of Letters & Sciences and professional schools engaged in teaching and research about Asia across campus. GAS is augmented by the programs of five major area centers that offers lecture series, annual conferences, and events during the academic year. The C.V. Starr East Asian Library and the South/Southeast Asia Library provide the primary vernacular research and teaching needs of Asian studies along with other libraries on campus.

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Related Pages

Group in Asian Studies
Department of East Asian Languages and Cultures
Department of South & Southeast Asian Studies
Center for Chinese Studies
Center for Japanese Studies
Center for Korean Studies
Center for South Asia Studies
Center for Southeast Asia Studies

About the Asian Studies Collection

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Collection Description

The Asian Studies Collection covers primary and secondary sources related to the interdisciplinary undergraduate and graduate program in humanities and social sciences in western and Asian languages of all possible formats. They are located primarily at the C.V. Starr East Asian Library, the South/Southeast Asia Library, and Doe/Moffitt Libraries.

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