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The Complete Collection of the Korean Study of Confucian Classics (한국경학자료시스템) by the Institute of Eastern Studies at Sungkyunkwan University contains 145 volumes ; Taehak (대학 /大學), Jungyong (중용/ 中庸), Noneo (논어/ 論語), Maengja (맹자/ 孟子), Seokyeong(서경/書經), Sikyeong (시경/詩經), Igyeong (이경/易經), Yegi (예기/ 禮記), and Chunju (춘추/ 春秋). It also contains annotations by Korean Confucian […]
The Directory of Open Access Journals covers free, full text, quality controlled scientific and scholarly journals. Many journals are searchable at article level. The aim is to cover all subjects and languages.
ECPO joins together several important digital collections of the early Chinese press and puts them into a single overarching framework: WoMag (http://womag.uni-hd.de) is a richly-tagged database of the contents of four influential women’s magazines published between 1904 and 1937, including scanned copies and additional high-level scans of images and fukan/insert materials. Xiaobao (http://xiaobao.uni-hd.de) provides basic publication data […]
The WoMag database contains records about (almost) all articles, images, and advertisements of four important women’s magazines, namely _ Nüzi shijie_ (Women’s World, 1904-07), Funü shibao (The Women’s Eastern Times, 1911-17), Funü zazhi (The Ladies’ Journal, 1915-31), and Linglong (Elegance, 1931-37). All magazines can be browsed chronologically, by year/volume, month, and issue down to the […]
The Journal of National Essence (國粹學報) was published monthly from 1905 to 1911 in Shanghai at the end of the Qing dynasty by the 國粹派 or the National Essence Group. The National Essence Group held a conservative view and view on political and cultural reform of China tried to identify the national essence of China in order […]
East View has announced OA access to the Late Qing and Republican-Era Chinese News papers collection. All the 292 journal titles with location and available years can be found here “The Late Qing and Republican-Era Chinese Newspapers collection provides invaluable perspective on this critical period. The press of more than twenty cities is represented, spanning the […]Read more
by Rosalie Stolz How can we conceive of kinship and sociality in the rapidly transforming uplands of mainland Southeast Asia? How to bridge the divide between classical ethnography and modern approaches to kinship studies? Using her rich findings from extensive fieldwork among the Khmu of northern Laos, the author offers a fresh perspective on kinship […]