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LLEA / ASIA / FTT 33327 — Qing China: History, Fiction, and Fantasy, 1600-1900

East Asian Studies and Metadata Librarian

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Hye-jin Juhn

Hesburgh Library
406 Hesburgh Library
University of Notre Dame
Notre Dame, IN 46556

(574) 631-6121


This guide assists Professor Iris Ma's students in working on their final projects.

  • Image Collections: Select five artifacts either from the National Palace Museum Collections or Artstor that you think important and/or indispensable to understand the significance of the Qing dynasty in the context(s) of the Chinese and/or world history.
  • Reference Sources: Look up historical events, terms, personal & geographic names, etc. for background information. Compare information provided the two encyclopedias for details and accuracy.
  • Citing Images: Click the link to a guide by Marsha Stevenson, Visual Arts Librarian.

Image Collections

*Before searching, select the period:

1. Log in through the "University of Notre Dame."

2. Browse>>Artstor collections:

3. Browse By: Geography:

4. Select East Asia: China.

5. Refine Dates:

6. Search within results:

Reference Sources

Citing Images

Cite the sources of the images that you use. See Visual Arts Librarian's guide.