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Korean Studies: Finding @ the Library

A comprehensive guide for users of all aspects of Korean studies.

Look for terms

To find resources by terms in Search

  • Korea politics government
  • Korean language
  • Korea economic policy
  • Korea statistics
  • Korea religion
  • Korea social conditions
  • Korea social life
  • Korea history
  • Korea DVD
  • Korea architecture
  • Korea music

Browsing the shelves

302.23 Communication, Media
305.409519 Women – Korea
306.095195 Popular culture – Korea
320.9519 Korean politics
327.519 Foreign relations - Korea
330.9519 Korean economics
338.9519 Economic policy - Korea
390 Folklore, customs
495.7 Korean language
720.9519 Architecture - Korea
780.9519 Music - Korea
791.43 Motion pictures
791.45 Television, drama
895.7 Korean literature
915.19 Korean culture
951.9 Korean history

Library holdings

  • Books - relating to Korea, from Monash University Library Search, enter keywords such as korea* or korea?. You can choose either 'All resources' or 'Library collections'.
  • DVDs - relating to Korea, from Monash University Library Search, enter keywords such as korea dvd.
  • Theses - relating to Korea, from Monash University Library Search, enter keywords such as korea thesis. You can choose either 'All resources' or 'Library collections'.
  • CD-ROMs - most of these are available in the Music and Multimedia Collection, Ground Floor, Matheson Library. From Monash University Library Search, enter keywords such as korea cdrom.

Borrowing for Asian Studies Researchers

General borrowing: Students and staff from Monash University and University of Melbourne can register for a CAVAL card at their library. Take your authorised CAVAL card and your current ID card with you when borrowing from the other institution.

Inter-library loans / Document delivery: This service provides Monash and Melbourne researchers with materials not held locally, by requesting items on their behalf from other library.

Special borrowing: An enhanced ALIM loans service is available to researchers. Requests should be made by contacting the specialist librarians at each institution. It should be noted that availability of material will depend on the needs of the home institution.

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