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The SEA Digital Library
The Southeast Asia Digitial Library: digitized library materials from Southeast Asia, including manuscripts, books, archival materials, videos, TV programs, photos, databases; materials are organized by format and country.
SEA Related Databases
(For off-campus access, authentication is required.
For a complete list of databases availalbe at NIU, click here)
Bibliography of Asian Studies
The bibliography of Asian Studies contains over 410,000 records on all fields of study (especially the social sciences and the humanities) relating to East, South and Southeast Asia published worldwide since 1971. Up to 1991, citations to western-language periodical articles, individual monographs, chapters in edited volumes, anthologies, memorial works and conference proceedings. A listing of the 100 most important periodicals in Asian studies is provided. Browsing is available by region, country, subject, and journal title. Abstracts Only.
ProQuest Digital Dissertations and Theses @ Northern Illinois University This link opens in a new window
ProQuest Digital Dissertations and Theses @ Northern Illinois University--The database represents a subset of Dissertation Abstracts focused exclusively on dissertations and theses penned at Northern Illinois University. Although not complete, full-text is available for the bulk of the materials submitted to the NIU Graduate College.
Oxford Islamic Studies Online This link opens in a new window
An authoritative, dynamic online resource for students and faculty, the database brings together the best current scholarship in the field and promotes accurate and informed understanding of the Islamic world.
This fully integrated resource features reference content and commentary by renowned scholars in the field and covers areas such as global Islamic history, the faith and concepts of Islam, the people, tenets and practices, politics, culture, and more. The site is regularly updated and will incorporate many newly commissioned essays.
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