Asian Studies

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Start your research by clicking on the Asian Studies guide. This guide covers a selection of mainly English language resources useful for the study of the Asia. Since the scope of this subject is wide, there are other guides potentially of value to researchers in this area.

Asian Studies covers many subjects, e.g. The Arts, History, Politics, and Religion to name a few. Please refer to the appropriate subject guide to find databases and journal articles.


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