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Research in East Asian Studies

This is a brief guide to some of the major library and internet resources for research in East Asian Studies. Remember that depending on your topic, resources in other subject areas may be useful. If you want more resources or assistance using these, please set up a personal research session to meet with a librarian. 

Wesleyan's Exhibition

Special Installations: Entering Edo and Find Me Unafraid (Thursday September 5, 2019 - Thursday September 26, 2019) 
For this installation, Wesleyan students enrolled in Assistant Professor of Art History Talia J. Andrei’s Curatorial Workshop: Images for the Floating World selected 15 Japanese ukiyo-e woodcuts from the Davison Art Center collection. View a high-resolution version of the image shown here.

Special Installations: Entering Edo and Find Me Unafraid

College of East Asian Studies Exhibitions:

Chado: The Way of Tea

Chado: The Way of Tea

This exhibition was held in September, 2018. 

Japanese Woodblock Print

Japanese Woodblock Print Search
Ukiyo-e Search provides an incredible resource: The ability to both search for Japanese woodblock prints by simply taking a picture of an existing print AND the ability to see similar prints across multiple collections of prints.

Librarian

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EunJoo Lee
Contact:
I'm the Head of Access Services and the library liaison for the College of East Asian Studies (CEAS). Please feel free to contact me to learn how the library can help you with your research projects.
(860) 685-3454

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