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The AnthroGlobe Bibliographies
This document is a part of
Asian Studies WWW VL and
Pacific Studies WWW VL.
See also Asian/Pacific Studies Subject-Oriented Bibliographies WWW VL.
This collection of specialist online bibliographies is compiled and
updated by Editors of the AnthroGlobe
electronic journal (ISSN 1481-3440). Since Dec 2000 the
AnthroGlobe bibliographies are hosted by Coombsweb: The Asian Studies
Server, a scholarly information system of the Research School of
Pacific and Asian Studies, The Australian National University,
Do you have suitable Bibliographies for the series? If so, contact
respective Editors named in the pages listed below to arrange for
inclusion of your materials (new bibliographies as well as
addenda/corrections to the existing ones) in this archive.
Bibliographies dealing with individual countries or geographic areas
Bibliographies dealing with topics
Links to Other Bibliography Sites
- An annotated HIV bibliography (ANU, Australia)
A 2003 document compiled by
Dr. Benjamin Xue, LaTrobe University, Melbourne, Australia. It covers the recent (1995-2003) English language specialist literature on the HIV and related issues in Asia.
Anthropological Bibliographies & Research Documents (University of Buffalo, USA)
A collection of specialist bibliographies. From "Aboriginal Overkill and Native Burning" through "Environmental Archaeology Bibliography (EAB) database for the British Isles" to
to "The 'Looting
Question' Bibliography" to "References on American Indian Use of Fire in Ecosystems."
Some of these materials have been revised, updated and re-published within the AnthroGlobe's series of bibliographies.
The Anthropological Index Online (University of Kent at Canterbury, UK)
searchable bibliography. Printout of items may be arranged
through the British Library, as indicated on the Start Page.
Replaces the now unavailable printed form.
Anthropology of German Studies: A Working Bibliography (Michigan University, USA)
Anthropology of German-speaking countries and of the
German diaspora, edited by Angela Jancius.
Asian/Pacific Studies Bibliographies (Australian National University, Australia)
Thematic bibliographies of value/use to researchers in Asian and Pacific Studies.
- Bibliography of Asian and Pacific Islander American Literature (The Wing Luke Asian Museum, Seattle, USA)
This extensive bibliography was developed 'to assist teacher, students,
and the general public in their Asian Pacific American research
projects.' It is arranged by ethnicity (Cambodian, Chinese, Filipino, Hmong, Japanese, Korean, Lao, Mien, Vietnamese ) and audience level (pre-school
to adult). It includes fiction, nonfiction, and some video and other
Bibliography Gerard A. Zegwaard (The Centre for Pacific and Asian Studies (CPAS), University of
Nijmegen, the Netherlands)
In the 1940s and 1950s Gerard A. Zegwaard was a Missionary of the
Sacred Heart in the Asmat and Mimika Region of Netherlands New
Guinea. His article 'Headhunting Practices of the Asmat of
Netherlands New Guinea' (American Anthropologist, 61(6), 1959:
1020-1041) is a highlight on his list of publications. Almost all his
posthumous writings, including more than 200 unpublished texts, are
now present at the Catholic Documentation Centre (Katholiek
Documentatie Centrum) in Nijmegen, Netherlands, and can be
Buddhist Bibliographies (Digital Buddhist Library and Museum, Taiwan)
Bibliography of Translations from the Chinese Buddhist Canon into Western Languages;
Bibliography of Buddhist Studies Bibliographies in Western Languages;
List of Buddhist Periodicals.
China Bibliography: Collections of Resources (University of Maine at Farmington, USA)
Search (by Author, by Keyword); General References: Bibliography of China Sources; General History; Chinese/English English/Chinese
Dictionaries; Chinese Dictionaries of Various Languages; Chinese Specialized Dictionaries; Publisher Addresses; Chinese Map - Pronunciation; Chinese Dynasties
- Pronunciation. Selected Topics: About Buddhism in China; Chinese Calligraphy; Chinese Cities and Urbanization; The Cultural Revolution; Economics in Chinese History;
Economics in Modern China; East/West; Gangs, Triads, and Criminals; Hong Kong; For Kids; Law; Near Neighbors; Political Movements and Philosophy; Politics -
Modernization and the International Stage; Rural China; Social Forces; Science; Silk Road; Tibet; Women in Chinese History; The Qing Dynasty 1644 - 1911 AD.
The Electronic Journal of Africana Bibliography (EJAB) (The University of Iowa Libraries, Iowa City, Iowa, USA)
EJAB is a refereed online journal of bibliographies created by the late John Howell, University of Iowa Libraries, currently
co-edited by Afeworki Paulos, University of Michigan Libraries, and Joseph Caruso, Columbia University Libraries. Coverage includes any aspect of Africa, its peoples, their homes, cities, towns, districts, states,
countries, regions, including social, economic sustainable development, creative literature, the arts, and the Diaspora.
Hmong Studies Bibliographies (Hmong Resource Center, Saint Paul, MN, USA)
A source of comprehensive bibliographic information about Hmong-related research. Vietnamese, Cambodian, and Lao
bibliographic resources are also available.
Meta-Guide to Indonesia: Annotated Bibliography of post-1990
Bibliographies on Indonesia (Australian National University, Australia)
This meta-bibliography of paper and electronic resources is compiled by George Miller. It follows the format adopted by an earlier work, namely Annotated bibliography of bibliographies on Indonesia / by Herman C. Kemp. - Leiden : KITLV Press, 1990. -
433 p. Series: Bibliographical series (Koninklijk Instituut voor Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde (Netherlands); no.17).
Native Americans and the Environment (Rice University, USA)
An exhaustive and inter-disciplinary collection combining a search engine
and scrolling within subject headings, edited by Alx Dark.
Pacific Bibliographies (Cornell University, USA)
Includes:1. Kiribati Bibliography, 2. Literature of the Cook Islands, 3. Oceania Newsletter 14, Jul 1994, 4. Oceania Newsletter 16, Nov 1995, 5. Pacific Islands Literature - A Selective Reading Guide, 6. Pacific Studies Initiative, 7. Resistance in Paradise: Rethinking 100 years of U.S. Involvement in the Caribbean and the Pacific, 8. Topical and Islands Index, 9. Western Polynesian Literature]
Publications by Adam Kendon (Asia Pacific Research Online, Canberra)
Kendon's interests include the study of communication conduct in face-to-face interaction and the study of gesture and sign languages and how these relate to spoken language.
RSPAS Print News (Australian National University, Australia)
Details, including keywords, of new publications (Jun 1998 to Feb 2004) from the
Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies, ANU; edited by Ann Andrews.
Southeast Asian Archaeology Research Bibliography
(U. Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, USA)
World Food Habits (Illinois State
An exhaustive bibliography edited by Robert T. Dirks,
with topical and area search capabilities.
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