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The Latest in Asian Art Resources

Exhibit highlights our diverse collections in books, periodicals, and videos

Posted 11.15.12 by Debby Viles

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We're especially eager to show off our newest additions... 

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To wrap up International Education Week at MICA, the Library highlights collections relating to some of the Asian cultures represented among the College's international students, filling the display cases with books, periodicals, and videos.

We're especially eager to show off some of our newest additions, since the Acquisitions Team has been working hard to enhance the already diverse collection of books relating to Asian arts of all disciplines.

For philosophy, architecture, contemporary art, historical art, or even learning a language, the Library has plenty of print, media, and electronic resources for study & research & just plain curiosity.

Print Periodicals and Journals

  • AXIS Magazine (Japan)
  • Art in Culture (Korea)
  • Art of Asia
  • Art and AsiaPacific
  • Artibus Asiae
  • Theme

Electronic Resources

  • 150+ journal titles with full-text online, accessible through the A-Z Journal List
  • Mango Languages - Learn Korean, Japanese, Mandarin or Cantonese Chinese, or learn English as a Second Language as a native speaker of these languages
  • Image databases like ARTstor and Art Museum Image Gallery

Books and Media

For a complete listing of items in the exhibit, see the Library Exhibits page.

Circulating books on display in the museum cases may be put on hold at any time during the week, and are available for checkout on Friday. Please see a staff member at the circulation desk to request a book from the cases. For books on display from the Special Collections (CAGE), please see a reference librarian. DVDs may be checked out any time during business hours in the MRC.

If you would like to request the Decker Library subscribe to a journal or order a particular book or video, please fill out the "Recommend to Order" form, found under "I Need Material" within the Library catalog.

Image Sources

This page: Japan Fashion Now, Qto TT504.6 .J3 S74 2010
Thumbnail on main page: Pop Goes Korea, Stacks P94.65 .K6 R87 2008

 


 

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