For most researchers, grant writing is part of their job. As one of the best research institutions in the nation, Johns Hopkins offers a wide range of resources and services […]
Comparing Different Cultures? Try eHRAF World Cultures!
Good news, anthropologists! Now there is an easier way to do a comparative study of different cultures from around the world. Just try our recent addition to our growing database […]
Red Sorghum: a Novel of China by Mo Yan
Finally, school is over. As you prepare for your dream vacation, why not pick up a book or a film from the library? Our McNaughton Collection, located at the entrance […]
Annual Reviews Comes to the Rescue!
Ever felt overwhelmed by the amount of information you get when researching for that big term paper? Wouldn’t it be nice if someone could summarize the existing scholarship for you […]
Announcing a New Chinese Studies Workshop
The past year has seen dramatic growth in Chinese Studies Collections, with the additions of major digital resources such as People’s Daily (1946-), Duxiu, and more recently, ChinaMaxx Digital Library. […]
You seek, but do you find? Join us for a tour of…
Google, Google Books, and Google Scholar. Our workshop will focus on Google’s specialized search functions that have proven most useful for scholarly research. Date/Time: Tuesday, Feb 26, 4-5pmLocation: Electronic Resources Center, M-Level, […]
The Strange Life of the Snake According to People’s Daily
The digital edition of People’s Daily is one of the recent additions to our growing collection of Chinese language resources. What is People’s Daily? People’s Daily (Renmin ribao) is the […]
Did you miss us at this year’s Intersession?
If you did not get the chance to sign up for our intersession course, “Introduction to Library Research,” co-taught by Chella Vaidyanathan and Yunshan Ye, hear what the students who […]
Was the 2012 Presidential Election a Historical Rarity?
The answer is yes, according to the CQ Press. Among all US presidents who sought re-election, President Obama joined a very small club of those winning re-election by less than […]
The Other Election
For better or worse, the most expensive presidential election in US history is finally over. With high emotions subsiding and bruises healing, people pick up where they left and go […]