July 30 - August 10, 2018 | East-West Center, Honolulu, Hawaiʻi

ASDP Infusing Institute

Infusing Korean Studies into the Undergraduate Curriculum

Helpful Links

The links below may provide useful information and further links, when exploring in the field of Korea and Korean area studies.
Key Issues in Asian Studies:  Association for Asian Studies
Center for Korean Studies, University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa
Korean History:  A Bibliography, compiled by Kenneth R. Robinson
A Timeline of Korean History, Asia for Educator, Columbia University

Philosophy and Religion

Buddhist Studies WWW Virtual Library by Dr. T. Matthew Ciolek, Australian National University

Online Resources Compiled by the Oxford Center for Buddhist Studies
Academic Study Resources by DharmaNet International
Jogye Order of Korean Buddhism:  detailed information on Korean Buddhism, its practices, resources in visuals and writing, and more
Resources for East Asian Language and Thought by Dr. Charles Muller, University of Tokyo
CJKV-English Dictionary:  A dictionary of Sinitic characters and compounds related to East Asian cultural, Political, and Intellectual History
Museums and Libraries
World Digital Library:  cultural treasures from around the world in one site
C.V. Starr East Asian Library, Columbia University Libraries
Fogg, Busch-Reisinger, and Arthur M. Sackler Museums:  Harvard Art Museums:  devoted to Asian art and searchable by keyword, title, artist, etc.
The Smithsonian's Museums of Asian Art
Harvard-Yenching Library--Asia Collections

Journals and Publications

Asia Past & Present:  Publications by the Association for Asian Studies
OAIster:  Find the Pearls:  scholarly publications from universities all over the world
The National Academies Press:  download by chapters or books
Archive.org:  eBooks and Texts internet Archive:  Internet archive and open library, fully accessible books and texts.
Open DOAR:  The Directory of Open Access Repositories
Directory of Open Access Journals to search in your interested fields
Electronic Journal Intersections:  Gender and Sexuality in Asia and the Pacific

Korea Map, University of Texas at Austin,

World Bank Open Knowledge Repository:  includes studies, journal articles, books, etc. from the World Bank Economic Review and World Bank Research Observer, WB annual reports
UNdata:  free data access to UN statistical databases, containing over 60 million data points and covering a wide range of themes from agriculture, crime, education to energy, environment, and industry
The World Bank's Open Data Initiative:  comprehensive set of data on living standards around the globe, including 2,000 indicators
A comprehensive database of Korean films, Koreanfilm.org:  it features films, reviews, interviews, essays and more
Korean Movie Database:  searchable by year or film category in Korean and English
Teaching Resources
Asia for Educators, the Weatheerhead East Asian Institute, Columbia University:  includes teaching aids, resources and a library on China, Japan, Korea and other countries in Asia. Topics range from geography, art, language arts, religions and history.
Education about Asia, Association for Asian Studies:  articles on all areas of Asia in wide range of topics from ancient times and cultures to current events, resources for classroom use, sample syllabus, and more.
The National Consortium for Teaching about Asia, funded by Freeman Foundation and created jointly by Columbia University, the Five College Center for East Asian Studies, Indiana University, the University of Colorado and the University of Washington:  offers seminars, workshops, summer institutes, webinars and other useful resources in the area of teaching about Asia.

Asian Educational Media Services, the Center for East Asian and Pacific Studies at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign:  provides multimedia resources for teaching about Asia, including searchable database, lesson plans, film reviews, and more.

Expanding East Asian Studies Program, Columbia University, funded by the Freeman Foundation:  provides teaching materials and resources, syllabus, and links to online resources for teaching about Asia and more.

Five College Center for East Asian Studies, Five College Consortium:  classroom resources, links to useful organization and sites, publications, events and more.

Programs in International Education Resources, Yale University:  PIER-East Asian Studies, established in 1974, works to strengthen the understanding of East Asia – China, Japan, and Korea. Provides online resources, classroom resources, media resources and more. In addition to East Asia, it also provides resources in African, European, Latin American and Middle East Studies.

Primary Source, a nonprofit professional development center for educators in the areas of world history and cultures. Offers resources on teaching about Asia, including resource guides, seminars, publications, modules and more.