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  • Type in Chinese, Japanese and Korean (CJK 中日韓) language characters in search box.
  • Use North American romanization standards for CJK languages:
    Pinyin for Chinese, Hepburn for Japanese, and McCune-Reischauer for Korean.

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A hyphen (-) is treated as a space if not included in the search term.


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What is in this guide?

This course page contains links to resources for ASIA056: Writing Women in Modern China.

Modern Chinese Literature

  • MCLC Resource Center  
    Modern Chinese Literature & Culture Center (Ohio State)
    Provides bibliographies of general studies, individual author studies, links to image archives, etc.
  • The Columbia Companion to modern East Asian literature
    A guide to the modern literature of China, Japan, and Korea is the definitive reference work on the subject in the English language.
  • Literature Resource Center  
    Not restricted to Chinese women writers, this database provides biographical/critical articles on literary authors. Some of the eletronic essays on Chinese women writers are taken from the following print volume,Chinese Fiction Writers, 1900-1949, Volume 328 of the series Dictionary of Literary Biography (Davis Reference Row 3 PS21 .D5185 1978-To Date). The print volumes include many illustrations that the electronic essays do not.

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Locations of East Asian materials in Davis Library

Davis Library does not shelve Chinese, Japanese and Korean (CJK中日韓) materials separately from materials in other languages, but integrates all library materials by call number (subject).

The majority of Chinese/Japanese/Korean (中日韓) materials are on following floors at Davis Library:

Floors 2 - 4:  Call number AC to GT
Floors 5 - 6: Call number H to LA2383
Floors 6 - 8:  Call number LA1130 to R121
Floor 8:          Call number R127 to Z

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