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Researchers Alumni Public. People with accessibility needs. Collections The Library's holdings of Asian scholarly materials are considered to be the most comprehensive among Australian university libraries and are well compared internationally. The major strengths of the Library's Asia Pacific collection include: East Asia China-approximately , volumes in Chinese and other languages covering Chinese language and literature; history; politics; statistics; religion; classical studies in collectanea; 20th century newspapers and periodicals, and resource materials on the Cultural Revolution.
Recent collecting foci include gender; feminism; crime; economics, and urban development. Japan, volumes in Japanese and other languages on a variety of topics including the humanities fields of philosophy; religion; history pre-Meiji ; local history and geography; linguistics, and literature.
In recent years, the emphasis has moved towards law; politics; international relations; economics and trade, and post-Meiji history. Korea-the collection comprises a heritage collection and some contemporary material dedicated to the support of undergraduate Korean study at ANU. Current foci include North Korea; comfort women, and 20th century Korean history. Southeast Asia Indonesia-more than 40, volumes on a variety of topics including history; economics; politics and government; development studies; cultural studies; anthropology; language and literature, and religion in Indonesian, English, Dutch, French, German and regional Indonesian languages.
Of note is the Dutch archival material relating to Indonesia, together with Javanese, Malay and Balinese manuscript collections in microform. Vietnam-close to 14, titles in Vietnamese, French, English and Chinese. The collection also includes some journals as well as some printed music, videos, DVDs and sound recordings.
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This collection is particularly strong in anthropology, politics, social change, demography, legal studies, history, literature and religion. The strengths of this collection are in language; literature; history; politics; Buddhism; architecture, and archaeology. It continues to expand in areas of social science. South Asia The 40,strong collection contains material on and from India, Pakistan and Bangladesh, in both indigenous and western languages,and includes religion; history; language; literature and philosophy, with a growing focus on contemporary issues in politics; cultural studies; international relations; security, and environmental studies.
The collection focuses on three major languages of the region-Sanskrit, Hindi and Tibetan, with an increasing portion in Urdu.
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Pacific The Library has been collecting Pacific research, study and teaching materials for over forty years and represents a major resource for Pacific Island studies and research in Australia and the region. The collection focuses on the history and society of all Pacific island countries and territories, although there is a distinct emphasis on Papua New Guinea and Melanesia in general. Additional Library services Specialist advice Language and subject specialists for China, Japan, Korea, South and South East Asia, the Middle East and the Pacific are available for in-depth consultations either with individuals or groups.
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