Pacific/Australia/New Zealand Studies


Alternative Titles
Journal Storage Project, J-STOR, J STOR, JSTORE
Journals - Archive Collections

Provides full-text access to the archives of core scholarly journals in the arts, humanities, social sciences and sciences. Includes content from ten of the fourteen JSTOR multi-disciplinary Journals Archives Collections (Arts & Sciences I through IX; and Life Sciences) and most of the JSTOR discipline-specific Journals Archives Collections (Biological Sciences, Business I and II, Ecology & Botany I, Health & General Sciences, Language & Literature, Mathematics & Statistics, and Music).

In addition, JSTOR now also includes the full text of current issues (up to the latest issue) for selected journals from selected publishers, including the University of Chicago Press.

Please note: U-M does not currently have access to the following JSTOR Journals Archives Collections: Arts & Sciences X through XIII (ten through thirteen); Business III and IV; Ecology & Botany II; Hebrew Journals; Ireland; and Jewish Studies.

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Dates of coverage vary by journal title. All go back to the very first issue published, but most have a "moving wall" embargo that excludes issues from the most recent X years (where X can be anywhere from 0 up to 10 years, depending on the particular journal; most are in the 3 to 5 year embargo range).
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Southeast Asia Division

The Southeast Asia Division manages the acquisitions and cataloging of vernacular materials of the region in all formats. Reference questions pertaining to the region are also the responsibility of the Division. Three countries, the Philippines, Thailand, and Indonesia, have received the most comprehensive attention. Substantial holdings also exist for other nations of the region. Furthermore, the division holds the responsibility for collecting materials in the languages of the regions former colonial powers and for collecting English language materials found throughout Asia. Finally, the Division collects English and Aboriginal language materials from Australia, New Zealand, and Oceania.

The staff of the Southeast Asia Division consists of native speakers of the five most studied countries of the region. With its varied fields of subject specialization, the Divisions staff is capable of assisting faculty, students, staff, and the general public with research consultations pertaining to Southeast Asia and its neighboring countries.

COLLECTION SIZE: 223,000 vernacular and Western languages; (excludes Pacific/Oceania collection).

GEOGRAPHICAL COVERAGE: Brunei, Cambodia, East Timor, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar (Burma), Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam.

COGNATE COVERAGE: East Asia, Australia, New Zealand, Oceania.

LINGUISTIC COVERAGE: Burmese, Khmer, Lao, Bhasa Indonesia, Malay, Tagalog, Thai, Vietnamese, and all dialects within the region; English for Australia and New Zealand; indigenous Oceanic languages.

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Last modified: 03/26/2010


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