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Undergraduate Japanese Studies Resources: Overview

A guide for undergraduates doing primarily English-language research on Japanese studies, with a limited knowledge of Japanese.

Introduction

This guide provides search and reference resources for doing research on Japan, for undergraduates primarily working in English. It covers a wide variety of resources, from library catalogs to databases, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and other reference sources.

Not all of the resources found in this guide are online. Some important sources of help for research are still found in print. Reference material can be consulted in either the East Asia Seminar Room (fifth floor of Van Pelt Library) or in the general Reference stacks (first floor of Van Pelt Library). Citations are provided here for helpful resources available to you.

If you have questions or need help, please contact Molly Des Jardin using the contact info in the box at right, or stop by 527 Van Pelt any time!

Penn Japanese Studies Resources

This is a presentation of resources and services, in the library online, for Japanese Studies provided by Penn. If you have questions about the materials presented here, please ask Molly!

Penn Links

Start here for your searches for material found at Penn, online or in print.

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Molly Des Jardin
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Van Pelt 527
215-898-3205
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