Asian Studies: Primary Sources
Many of the resources listed are not held by the University Libraries -- nonetheless, these guides -- prepared at other institutions for their researchers -- will be useful to you.
Digital South Asia Library (University of Chicago)
e-Asia Digital Library (University of Oregon)
Primary Resources for Asian American Studies (University of Southern Californa)
South Asian Primary Sources (NYU Libraries)
Japanese Studies Primary Sources in Western Languages (Yale University Library)
Primary Resources for East Asia (University of California - Berkeley)
History of Asia, Primary Sources (University of Queensland)
Primary Sources in English (Johns Hopkins University, Sheridan Libraries)
Streaming audio and videos are now part of the UB Libraries collections. One of the easiest ways to find a title is to use a keyword search in the Catalog. Enter a keyword with the words “streaming video” or "streaming audio". For example: nutrition “streaming video”
Digital Campus, provided by Swank Motion Pictures, Inc.® was created for professors and administrators to enhance curriculum by providing students with access to course-related films. Through Digital Campus, students can conveniently view assigned films - freeing up valuable class time and eliminating the time constraints of sharing copies.
Chinese Documentary Films
A large collection of Chinese documentary films is available in the UB Libraries’ Multimedia Center located on the 2nd floor of Silverman Library in Capen Hall. The documentaries, produced by contemporary Chinese filmmakers, present diverse perspectives on daily life in China and offer insight into the tumultuous social and cultural changes that have occurred in China during recent years. Many of the films feature English subtitles, and almost all were produced in the last decade.
Language instruction, fictional material as well as documentaries are represented.