This subcategory consists of libraries devoted to Area Studies, the scholarly study of broad cultural groups. By nature area studies is interdisciplinary and encompasses a variety of humanities and social sciences, including art, history, literature, philosophy, political science, anthropology, archaeology, and demographics. Collections may focus on a geographic area, such as Asia, Africa, Europe, Australia, or North and South America, or on an ethnic group associated with one of these continents.
A consortium of primarily academic California libraries, designed to bring together disparate collections in Latin American Studies.
Recent publications, links, and a bibliography of Korean works. Collections are particularly strong in Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Tibetan, and southeast Asian materials.
Contains general reference guides, specific guides for Puerto Rico, Spain and the United States, and an events calendar.
Library and collections information and a research guide for East Asian Studies that includes print and electronic resources.
Focuses on archaeology, anthropology, history, linguistics, art, architecture, film, women's studies, and economics of Middle America, with limited digitized images from the collection, indexes to other images not available online, and textual print and electronic resources.
Supports the Center for Chinese Studies with an online reference desk containing selected Internet resources on China, and other resources.
Information about the library, Internet links of interest, and special projects, including the Mid-America Chinese Resource Guide.
Specializes in literature and information from Korea, China, and Japan, with online and print resources and guides.
Includes collection information, online resources and guides, and online exhibits, with versions in English, Spanish, and Portuguese.
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