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A catalog of historical Chinese films, provided by Institute of Asian Studies (IrAsia). For most films, information includes plot summary in English. Many films are in the public domain and accessible through the site.
Provides citations on all subjects (especially humanities and social sciences) pertaining to East, Southeast, and South Asia published worldwide since 1971 in western-language periodical articles, individually authored monographs (through 1991 only), chapters in edited volumes, conference proceedings, anthologies, Festschriften, etc. Updated regularly.
1. In "Search within Asian Studies," enter a search terms (lowercase) separated by AND (uppercase). E.g., Chinese film AND global
2. Add more search terms in the search box on the left (Search Within Results). E.g., zhangke (*No need to enter the full name, "jia zhangke" since "zhangke" is a relatively unique search term.)
3. If necessary, narrow the search scope by Publication Date or Subject.
ND Catalog lets you search the holdings of the Hesburgh Libraries, Kresge Law, and Holy Cross libraries' catalogs separately or together. It includes content from the University Archives, the Center for Research Libraries, and working papers from the Institute for Latino Studies.