Alternate Page for Screenreader Users

Research Guides - Ray Pun

Reference and Research Services Librarian

Guides

Asian/Pacific Diaspora and Migration
by Ray Pun - Last Updated May 12, 2014
This guide will give you resources on Asian/Pacific Diaspora resources including the Americas, Europe, Australia and Africa.
Tags: asia, asian, china, databases, digital, east asia, east_asia, global, images, japan, korea, mapping tools, maps, shanghai, south asia, south asian diaspora, urban, world_literature
Global China Studies
by Ray Pun - Last Updated Apr 27, 2014
This guide support students taking classes in the Global China Studies track in New York University Shanghai or abroad
Tags: china, digital, digitization, east asia, east_asia, research, undergraduates, womens history, world affairs
GPS Writing Workshop
by Helen Ge, Ray Pun, Shoshannah Turgel, Kara Whatley - Last Updated May 12, 2014
This research guide is for students at NYU Shanghai who are taking the GPS Writing Workshop.
Tags: citation, global, literature, research, writing
NYU Shanghai Library
by Helen Ge, Michael Hughes, Ray Pun, Shoshannah Turgel - Last Updated Jul 23, 2014
This guide presents current library services available to students and faculty at NYU Shanghai.
NYU-ECNU Research Institutes
by Ray Pun - Last Updated Jul 24, 2014
This guide introduces resources for the NYU-ECNU Research Institutes
Tags: biology, chemistry, computing, economics, education, reference, science, social work, sociology
Primary Source Materials in China
by Helen Ge, Ray Pun - Last Updated Jul 12, 2014
Researching on special collections and archives in or about China? This site will describe both physical and digital repositories.
Tags: archive, archives, china, chinese, communism, east_asia, history, images, library, manuscripts, maps, primary sources, printed ephemera, special collections
Visiting Shanghai 101
by Helen Ge, Cissy Huang, Ray Pun, Karen Ye - Last Updated May 12, 2014
This guide provides resources related to Shanghai.
Tags: china, east asia, shanghai, urban culture
 
 
Description

  Loading...