International Studies

  1. Australia, New Zealand, and the Pacific Islands

    Literature, history, and politics of the greater Pacific region, much in indigenous languages.

  2. Chinese Studies

    Research materials on pre-modern, modern, and contemporary China.

  3. Iberian Studies

    Covers the history and social sciences pertaining to the Iberian Peninsula, which includes Spain and Portugal.

  4. Japanese Studies

    A Japanese-language collection that supports research and education related to Japan in the humanities and social sciences.

  5. Judaic Studies

    Humanities and social sciences materials in Hebrew, Yiddish, Ladino and Aramaic, and other Jewish languages.

  6. Korean Studies

    South Korea and North Korea materials covering subjects in the social sciences and humanities.

  7. Latin American and Caribbean studies

    Materials that support academic disciplines studying the countries, peoples, cultures, and languages of Latin America and the Caribbean.

  8. Middle Eastern and North African Studies

    Resources for studying the Middle East and North Africa from ancient to modern times.

  9. Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies

    Materials that support academic disciplines studying the array of Slavic, East European, and Eurasian countries, cultures, and languages.

  10. South Asia Studies

    Covers South Asia geographically and culturally, with holdings in more than 30 languages.

  11. Southeast Asia

    Indigenous and western language publications centered in the humanities and social sciences.

  12. Sub-Saharan Africa

    Materials that support the study of Sub-Saharan Africa across disciplines.

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