The research library at the Elling Eide Center is a leading resource for Asian Studies in the southeastern United States. It contains over 60,000 volumes covering every period of Chinese history from ancient times to the modern era. An extensive collection of scholarly journals numbers more than 300 titles from around the world. Holdings are in Chinese, Uyghur, English, Japanese, Korean, Russian, German and French.
The Center preserves and provides access to a wide range of primary research materials. Its archives and special collections include rare books and formative texts, manuscripts and prints, decorative arts and artifacts, personal papers and more. Areas of concentration include medieval China from the fourth through tenth centuries, pre-modern peoples and languages of Central and Inner Asia, and the poetry of the Tang Dynasty, a field in which Elling Eide made a significant and lasting scholarly mark.
Researchers wishing access to the library and its collections should submit an inquiry to the Elling Eide Center.
Our library guide identifies some of the western-language databases, printed works and library services that support research in Asian Studies at our library. For more detailed information about relevant print and electronic resources, please consult the online catalog.
CiNii Open Access Journals and Research Bulletins
National Institute of Informatics – Digital Silk Road Project
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