About The East Asian Library
The East Asian Library supports the research and teaching needs of East Asian Studies faculty and students at USC. Its rich resources include print, video, map, archival, and digital collections of Chinese, Japanese, and Korean-language materials in all fields, with an emphasis on social sciences and humanities. The East Asian Library supports a broader mission of promoting the integration of East Asian perspectives into the learning experiences of the university community.
Location and Access
The East Asian Library Reading Room is located on the first floor of Doheny Memorial Library and includes our Reference Collection, Current Periodicals, and Extensive Reading Collections. There is also a seminar room and group study rooms that may be reserved online. East Asian circulating collections can be found on level one of the Doheny Memorial Library Bookstacks, which can be accessed via the passage to the right of the Main Circulation Desk. Additional East Asian materials are pageable from the library’s off-campus storage facility. A live list of new Chinese, Japanese, and Korean titles that have been added to the East Asian Library in the last four months can be found on the East Asian Library New Book Lists. Electronic resources, including journals, newspapers, yearbooks, e-books, theses and dissertations, and others, can be accessed by members of the university community via the USC Libraries' A-Z database list. For more information about East Asian electronic resources, see our Chinese, Japanese, and Korean collection webpages.
East Asian Library
Doheny Memorial Library, first floor
3550 Trousdale Parkway
University Park Campus
Los Angeles, CA 90089-1825
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