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Global China Studies (GCS) Capstone
Capstone resources for Global China Studies at NYU Shanghai.
China Academic Journals (Zhongguo xue shu qi kan quan wen shu ju ku,中国学术期刊全文数据库) contains the full text of articles in Chinese (with English abstracts) from Chinese humanities and social science journals in the PRC. Most journal articles are available from 1994, some as early as 1915.
Use Internet Explorer, not Firefox, to access this database. NYU users have access to these series: (E) Medicine and Public Health, (F) Literature/History/Philosophy, (G) Politics/Military Affairs/Law, (H) Education and Social Sciences (J) Economics and Management
Dacheng lao jiu kan quan wen shu ju ku / 大成老旧刊全文数据库 is a database of scanned articles from Chinese journals and magazines from the late Qing Dynasty (pre-1911) through the period of Republic of China (1911-1949). Some of the journals may not have the complete run of issues. The database covers available journals in humanities, social sciences, medicine, and science and engineering.
The Eastern Miscellany (Dōngfāng zázhì, 東方雜誌) is a serial that reflects a period of great transition in Chinese society, from the Qing Dynasty, Japanese invasion, the Second World War, communist revolution, until the formation of today's People's Republic of China. Issues date from 1904 to 1948 and are presented in full-text with full-image formats and rich indexing. The Eastern Miscellany database is the complete online archive with all issues reproduced cover-to-cover, including illustrations and advertisements.
The Siku Quanshu (Si ku quan shu, 四庫全書) (Wenyuange Edition), compiled in 1773-1782 by edict from Emperor Qianlong, contains works on topics including history, politics, economics, and more. Its title translates to Complete Library in Four Branches of Literature.
Use MS Internet Explorer, not Firefox to access this. For use on your laptop, after downloading the installation package, you will need to select the log in by IP option. Only available on NYUNET. Contact the East Asian Studies Librarian (email@example.com) for password.
Siku Quanshu Online is installed in Bobst Library on 6 computers on the first floor near the reference desk: They are labeled P1S-PC01, PC02, PC03, PC04, PC05, and PC06. Once you open Siku Quanshu, click on Login through authorized IP address (no ID required). on the 1st floor.
A large full-text database for the study of premodern China, including classic multi-volume histories, such as Ming Shi Lu, Qing Shi Lu, etc.
The Scripta Sinica database (Zhong yang yan jiu yuan Han ji dian zi wen xian, 中央硏究院漢籍電子文獻, 漢籍全文資料庫) contains almost all of the important Chinese classics, especially those related to Chinese history.
The National Social Sciences Database (NSSD, 国家哲学社会科学学术期刊数据库), sponsored by the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, contains open-access database contains full text articles in Chinese academic journals in economics, international issues, and other social sciences disciplines.
Users must create a free individual account to access this resource.