die 20 neuesten eRessourcen - CrossAsia.org die 20 neuesten eRessourcen - CrossAsia.org 2023-02-07T13:37:51+01:00 Zend_Feed_Writer http://crossasia.org Matthias Walzer matthias.walzer@sbb.spk-berlin.de <![CDATA[清代檔案檢索系統 : National Palace Museum Digital Library of Qing Archives]]> Cited description: 本系統包含國立故宮博物院[...]典藏之清代歷朝檔案文獻內容詮釋後設資料及數位影像檔案, 以供外界學術研究及教育推廣使用.

Supplied notes:收錄文獻:
官書
14033冊110288影幅
; 史館檔
11050冊23092影幅
; 內閣部院檔案
1958冊 69件1972影幅
; 宮中檔奏摺
158531件590648影幅
; 軍機處檔摺件
190824件670143影幅
; 軍機處檔冊
6218冊 51419件285507影幅
; 傳稿(包)
11917包315163影幅
; 雜檔
461冊 45件678影幅

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2022-05-13T17:06:52+02:00 2022-05-23T18:27:19+02:00 http://crossasia.org/ogea_entrybyid.typo3.php?ident=36044 Matthias Walzer matthias.walzer@sbb.spk-berlin.de ...
<![CDATA[清代檔案檢索系統 : 國立故宮博物院清代檔案檢索系統]]> Cited description: 本系統包含國立故宮博物院[...]典藏之清代歷朝檔案文獻內容詮釋後設資料及數位影像檔案, 以供外界學術研究及教育推廣使用.

Supplied notes:收錄文獻:
官書
14033冊110288影幅
; 史館檔
11050冊23092影幅
; 內閣部院檔案
1958冊 69件1972影幅
; 宮中檔奏摺
158531件590648影幅
; 軍機處檔摺件
190824件670143影幅
; 軍機處檔冊
6218冊 51419件285507影幅
; 傳稿(包)
11917包315163影幅
; 雜檔
461冊 45件678影幅

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2022-05-13T17:06:52+02:00 2022-05-23T18:27:19+02:00 http://crossasia.org/ogea_entrybyid.typo3.php?ident=36044 Matthias Walzer matthias.walzer@sbb.spk-berlin.de ...
<![CDATA[The Maoist Legacy Database : Digital archive for The Maoist Legacy: Party Dictatorship, Transitional Justice and the Politics of Truth]]> Cited description: The year 1978 marks an important turning point in modern Chinesehistory. Although the CCP did not fall from power following the death of Mao Zedong, it did embark on a reassessment of its past alongsideeconomic and social reforms. Yet how did the CCP cope with the legacy of injustices, crimes and atrocities committed under Maoist rule?
At the level of elite politics, the party discredited late Maoismand especially the Cultural Revolution as a break from the "correct"communist path of development and shifted the blame on a small number of conspirators, the alleged Gang of Four and the Lin Biao "clique," inorder to avoid excruciating debates about guilt and regime legitimacy in the public sphere.
Below the propaganda surface, however, the CCP was faced withmillions of "unjust, false and mistaken" cases that did not easily fitthese simplistic explanations. We aim at documenting and analyzing howthe CCP dealt with the legacy of this Maoist past through administrative and judicial means. The project seeks to analyze the CCP's partialbreak with the Maoist legacy as an important, yet by and largeoverlooked example of transitional justice, albeit constrained by thecontinuation of party dictatorship.
The project strives to document and analyze how the CCP dealt withthe legacy of the Maoist past. Our research is focused on four different areas: 1) the CCP's standards, institutions, and processes ofadministrating historical justice; 2) regional variances in implementing these policies between center and periphery; 3) the impact of thereversal of verdicts on social stability and CCP rule; and 4)documenting the reversal of verdicts and related information in anonline database.

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2021-11-05T10:00:14+01:00 2022-05-04T15:21:42+02:00 http://crossasia.org/ogea_entrybyid.typo3.php?ident=36007 Matthias Walzer matthias.walzer@sbb.spk-berlin.de ...
<![CDATA[Digital Library of Lao Manuscripts : ຫໍສະໝຸດດິຈິຕອລໜັງສືໃບລານລາວ]]> Cited description: The Digital Library of Lao Manuscripts makes images of over 12,000 texts from throughout Laos easily accessible for study. Collaboratinginstitutions are the National Library of Laos, the University of Passau, and the Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin Preußischer Kulturbesitz. Theproject is funded by the German Research Foundation (DFG) and the German Federal Ministry of Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ).
There is a wide diversity in the manuscript collection, covering alarge geographical area and historical timeframe, different literarytraditions and schools of scribes, and different languages and scripts.The majority of the texts are from the Lao, Lan Na and Tai Luetraditions, with smaller numbers in Tai Nuea, and Tai Dam, etc.
The DLLM database can be searched by title, ancillary term, language, script, category, material, location, date, and code number. Images ofthe manuscripts can be viewed online or copied to yourdesktop, and complete sets of images of inventoried texts can bedownloaded. The grey-tone images were digitised from microfilm, whilecolour images were taken directly from the original manuscripts.
The DLLM website also provides information about the Lao literarytradition, the Preservation of Lao Manuscripts Programme, studyresources, and a gallery of photographs showing the manuscriptpreservation work of the National Library of Laos.

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2016-03-10T10:04:48+01:00 2022-05-04T15:19:08+02:00 http://crossasia.org/ogea_entrybyid.typo3.php?ident=33006 Matthias Walzer matthias.walzer@sbb.spk-berlin.de ...
<![CDATA[Digital Library of Northern Thai Manuscripts : หอสมุดดิจิทัลคัมภีร์ใบลานล้านนา]]> Description: The Digital Library of Northern Thai Manuscripts is designed as a resource for the study of traditional literature from this region. At present, the digital library contains images of over 4,200 manuscripts which can be searched and viewed online or freely downloaded, and to which more manuscripts will be added.
The database contains four collections: digitised microfilms from the Preservation of Northern Thai Manuscripts Project (with permission of Chiang Mai University Library), digitised microfilms and also handwritten copied of manuscripts made in the early 1970s during research conducted by Harald Hundius, and directly-digitised manuscripts made during the current digital library project.

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2016-03-10T09:45:48+01:00 2022-05-04T15:18:28+02:00 http://crossasia.org/ogea_entrybyid.typo3.php?ident=33005 Matthias Walzer matthias.walzer@sbb.spk-berlin.de ...
<![CDATA[救荒本草數據庫 : Famine Foods Database: Jiuhuang Bencao]]> Cited description: 本庫是周定王朱橚所編《救荒本草》全文數據庫,運用DocuSky平台建置,文本標記使用MARKUS平台,包括已校訂及標記的植物414條,配有明嘉靖四年插圖及植物照片。你可以在這裡使用分類瀏覽、檢索、統計、資料匯出等功能。

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2022-04-21T12:52:01+02:00 2022-05-04T10:07:59+02:00 http://crossasia.org/ogea_entrybyid.typo3.php?ident=36030 Matthias Walzer matthias.walzer@sbb.spk-berlin.de ...
<![CDATA[Chinese Archival Handbook Collection : 中国档案馆指南]]> Cited description: The map viewer of the Chinese Archival Handbooks collection allows discovering the holdings of archival handbooks on the provincial, prefectural, and the county level. Clicking on any region will provide an overview of the archival handbooks that cover the specific region. The URL "More info" links connect to the individual record of each handbook in the library catalog. The East Asian Library will be adding table of contents scans to all the archival handbook records in the library catalog.

Description: You may also browse the collection in the Stanford library catalogue.

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2022-04-22T10:57:38+02:00 2022-05-03T11:15:03+02:00 http://crossasia.org/ogea_entrybyid.typo3.php?ident=36033 Matthias Walzer matthias.walzer@sbb.spk-berlin.de ...
<![CDATA[Early Chinese Periodicals Online]]> Cited description: ECPO joins together several important digital collections of the early Chinese press and puts them into a single overarching framework. So far, the ECPO project has focused on a body of rich but heretofore undervalued materials—women’s and entertainment magazines. Currently, we are adding to these a selection of literary and art magazines, in cooperation with a new partner, the University of Washington.

In recent years, the Heidelberg Research Architecture project Early Chinese Periodicals Online (ECPO) has evolved from a data silo into an open-access research platform. In the first decade of its existence, the project’s focus was on the systematization of digitized early Chinese press material. This resulted in a searchable database for image scans and bilingual metadata with over 435,000 entries – including 300,000 scans, 85,000 records and 50,000 agents names from Republican-era magazines and newspapers.

ECPO is distinguished from other existing databases of Chinese periodicals in that it not only provides image scans, but also preserves materials often excluded in reprint, microfilm or digital (even fulltext) editions, such as advertising inserts and illustrations. In addition, it aims at incorporating metadata in both English and Chinese, including keywords and biographical information on editors, authors and individuals represented in illustrations and advertisements in the journals.

ECPO now sets out to join the materials from the above databases into a single overarching framework. This second step is ongoing and has been supported by a grant from the Chiang Ching-kuo Foundation (2012-2015). Eventually, ECPO will make these materials accessible through a single search interface. By framing the journals with this body of metadata, ECPO enables researchers to establish interconnections between, for example, given individuals, topics or illustrations, and to chart their relationships within particular issues of periodicals, over the entire run of a particular periodical, and across different periodicals. Using ECPO, the researcher will be able to nuance, challenge, and potentially refute existing narratives of history and cultural change.

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2022-04-21T17:08:09+02:00 2022-05-03T10:54:14+02:00 http://crossasia.org/ogea_entrybyid.typo3.php?ident=36031 Matthias Walzer matthias.walzer@sbb.spk-berlin.de ...
<![CDATA[Old HK Newspapers]]> Cited description: The Old Hong Kong Newspapers Collection is a selective collection of major old Hong Kong Newspapers published from early Hong Kong to nowadays, aiming at preserving historical news reporting of Hong Kong for reference and research.The collection provides digitized images of old Hong Kong newspapers from the library, which are accessible through the Multimedia Information System of Hong Kong Public Libraries.

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2021-12-02T11:55:27+01:00 2021-12-02T16:45:02+01:00 http://crossasia.org/ogea_entrybyid.typo3.php?ident=36008 Matthias Walzer matthias.walzer@sbb.spk-berlin.de ...
<![CDATA[Resources for Historical Research on the People's Republic of China]]> Cited description: This wiki has been created as a central repository for maintaining an updated list of resources available to those researching the history of the People's Republic of China.[...]to date, there is no publicly available site that brings together all these resources in one place and includes timely updates. Thus, and given the flux of the current situation in PRC historical research, the goal of this wiki is to provide any registered user with the ability to modify the site in order to add pertinent information.

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2021-12-02T15:30:09+01:00 2021-12-02T16:42:30+01:00 http://crossasia.org/ogea_entrybyid.typo3.php?ident=36009 Matthias Walzer matthias.walzer@sbb.spk-berlin.de ...
<![CDATA[DBpia]]> Cited description: DBpia is a prominent Online service of Korean academic journals, Conference Proceedings, professional journals, E-Books, WebDB and so on. All the contents of DBpia are preserving all the formats and features of the original printed books and journals.Therefore, users can make use of the same full-text and the detailed bibliographic information with the original books and journals.
DBpia is servicing more than 1,900 kinds of journals including those of SCI-class, and more than 10 thousands of new articles are added and updated every month.

Description: DBpia is a full text database that covers the fields of the humanities,social science, natural science, engineering, medical science, art &sports, etc. in Korean language.
With its more than 1.900 journals, 2.000.000 articles, and 5.000 e-books DBpia is an easily accessible resource for Korean Studies.

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2015-11-12T14:55:14+01:00 2021-07-05T10:41:22+02:00 http://crossasia.org/ogea_entrybyid.typo3.php?ident=32323 Matthias Walzer matthias.walzer@sbb.spk-berlin.de ...
<![CDATA[Brill Online Journals]]> Description: The database provides access to key journals from the field of Asian studies, within the database marked with a rectangle in green, with content including years 2000 - now. The journals are searchable in full text. Please find the complete list of journals here.

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2017-05-14T00:04:35+02:00 2021-05-07T09:55:33+02:00 http://crossasia.org/ogea_entrybyid.typo3.php?ident=33405 Matthias Walzer matthias.walzer@sbb.spk-berlin.de ...
<![CDATA[Gale Reference Complete]]> Cited description: Gale Reference Complete enables students and researchers to access millions of pages of primary sources, reference and periodical content on Gale's powerful and intuitive platforms.
The resources within Gale Reference Complete address the needs of users at all academic levels, from the first year student to the experienced researcher, and cover every research area and discipline including history, literature, business and science and medicine.

Gale Reference Complete offers high quality, authoritative content from over 28,000 periodicals, 1.5 million items of literary criticism and full textliterary works, 4000 Gale eBook volumes, and more than 13 million pages of rare primary sources from the world's great libraries to enhance student learning and improve research outputs.


Furthermore the SBB-PK offers access to these other 10 databases, you can access the databases via the StaBiKat:

Punch Historical Archive

Picture Post Historical Archive 1938-1957

Early Arabic Printed Books

The Independent Historical Archive 1986-2016

The Telegraph Historical Archive 1855-2000

Nineteenth CenturyCollections Online (including Part 3 British Theatre, Music andLiterature, Part 6 Photography, Part 7 Science, Technology and Medicine, Part 8Women, Transnational Networks, Part 10 Children’s Books and Childhood)

State Papers Online

Century British Library Newspapers — Part 2: 1800-1900

Daily Mail Historical Archive, 1896-2004

Financial Times Historical Archive

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2021-04-23T16:16:03+02:00 2021-04-26T12:57:57+02:00 http://crossasia.org/ogea_entrybyid.typo3.php?ident=35994 Matthias Walzer matthias.walzer@sbb.spk-berlin.de ...
<![CDATA[China and the Modern World: Imperial China and the West Part I, 1815–1881]]> Cited description: Digitized in two parts from the FO 17 series of British Foreign Office Files held at the UK National Archives, Part 1 of Imperial China and the West provides General Correspondence relating to China from 1815–1881. In this, the first of two parts, scholars will find material relating to the internal politics of China and Britain, their relationship, and the relationships between other Western powers keen to benefit from the growing trading ports of the Far East. The FO 17 series provides a vast and significant resource for researching every aspect of Anglo-Chinese relations during the nineteenth century, ranging from diplomacy and war, to trade, piracy, riots and rebellions within China, international law, treaty ports and informal empire, transnational emigration, and translation and cross-cultural communication.
From Lord Amherst’s mission at the start of the nineteenth century, through the trading monopoly of the Canton System, and the Opium Wars of 1839–1842 and 1856–1860, Britain and other foreign powers gradually gained commercial, legal, and territorial rights in China. These files provide correspondence from the Factories of Canton (modern Guangzhou) and from the missionaries and interpreters who entered China in the early nineteenth century, as well as from the envoys and missions sent to China from Britain and the later legation and consulates.
The hand-written documents of FO 17 have been opened up to scholars with the use of Handwritten Text Recognition (HTR) technology, as well as item-level information drawn from the Foreign Office Indexes in series FO 605.

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2021-04-22T15:49:11+02:00 2021-04-22T15:49:11+02:00 http://crossasia.org/ogea_entrybyid.typo3.php?ident=35993 Matthias Walzer matthias.walzer@sbb.spk-berlin.de ...
<![CDATA[Foreign Broadcast Information Service]]> Cited description: As the United States' principal historical record of political open source intelligence for more than half a century, the Foreign Broadcast Information Service (FBIS) Daily Report is an indispensable source for insights intodecades of turbulent world history. The original mission of the FBIS was to monitor, record, transcribe and translate intercepted radio broadcasts from foreign governments, official news services, and clandestine broadcasts from occupied territories. Accordingly, it provides a wealth of information from all countries outside of the U.S. — from Afghanistan to Zimbabwe.

FBIS Daily Reports, 1941-1996 constitutes a one-of-a-kind archive of transcripts of foreign broadcasts and news that provides fascinating insight into the second half of the 20th century. Many of these materials are firsthand reports of events as they occurred. Digitized from original paper copy and high-quality microfilm, this definitive online collection features full-text transcripts from Africa, Asia and the Pacific, China, Eastern and Western Europe, Latin America, the Middle East and the Soviet Union. Fully searchable for the first time, this unique digital collection features individual bibliographic records for each report and highlighted events to assist researchers.

Description: The database has three main parts:

FBIS Daily Reports 1941-1974

FBIS Daily Reports 1974-1996

- Middle East, Africa, Near East and South Asia (MEA, NES)

- Sub-Saharan Africa & South Asia (SSA, SAF, AFR, SAS)
- China (CHI)

- Asia, Pacific and East Asia (APA, EAS)

- Latin America (LAT, LAM)

- Eastern Europe (EEU)

- Soviet Union and Central Eurasia (SOV)

- Western Europe (WEU)

FBIS Daily Reports Annexes 1974-1996

The reports, offered as images, are searchable in full text and can be downloaded in PDF format. It is helpful to narrow down large amounts of hits by limiting the search to selected continents, countries or regions, the genre such as text, excerpt or summary, to publication series titles, or even by time. In addition, it is possible to search for specific historical events such as the “Berlin Blockade”.

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2020-09-16T16:31:36+02:00 2021-03-09T16:20:47+01:00 http://crossasia.org/ogea_entrybyid.typo3.php?ident=35733 Matthias Walzer matthias.walzer@sbb.spk-berlin.de ...
<![CDATA[American Proxy Wars Korea and Vietnam]]> Cited description: Translated and English-language radio and television broadcasts, newspapers, periodicals, government documents, and books covering the Korean and Vietnamese conflicts

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2021-03-09T16:12:38+01:00 2021-03-09T16:19:45+01:00 http://crossasia.org/ogea_entrybyid.typo3.php?ident=35988 Matthias Walzer matthias.walzer@sbb.spk-berlin.de ...
<![CDATA[Propaganda and the Chinese Press]]> Cited description: Articles published by major communist Chinese newspapers from 1946-1996, collected and translated into English by the CIA

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2021-03-09T16:18:53+01:00 2021-03-09T16:18:53+01:00 http://crossasia.org/ogea_entrybyid.typo3.php?ident=35990 Matthias Walzer matthias.walzer@sbb.spk-berlin.de ...
<![CDATA[論座]]> Description: The articles, essays and reports of the Japanese webmagazine RONZA are arranged in the categories politics/international affairs, economics/employment, society/sport, science/environment, culture/entertainment, journalism and specials. Currently (March 2021) the website contains more than 16.600 articles. RONZA which is published by the Asahi Shimbun Company was started in 2010 (called WEBRONZA until 2019) and considers itself the digital successor of the print magazine with the same title that was discontinued since 2008.

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2021-03-01T12:34:53+01:00 2021-03-01T12:34:53+01:00 http://crossasia.org/ogea_entrybyid.typo3.php?ident=35987 Matthias Walzer matthias.walzer@sbb.spk-berlin.de ...
<![CDATA[民國圖書數據庫 : Early Twentieth Century Book in China, 1912-1949]]> Description: The database 民國圖書數據庫 Early Twentieth Century Book in China, 1911-1949 is a subdatabase of 中國歷史文獻總庫. It exists since 2012 and is continually expanded. In February 2021 it contained about 203,000 titles, mostly in Chinese but also in Japanese (about 15,000 titles). Images and full-text search are offered.

Supplied notes:IMPORTANT: The first loading of a title might take a long time. If you use a webblocker, please make sure to add the address 'erf.sbb.spk-berlin.de' to the whitelist of your blocker.

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2019-02-15T16:38:17+01:00 2021-02-19T15:23:05+01:00 http://crossasia.org/ogea_entrybyid.typo3.php?ident=33663 Matthias Walzer matthias.walzer@sbb.spk-berlin.de ...
<![CDATA[ProQuest Dissertations &Theses Fulltext]]> Cited description: "ProQuest Dissertations and Theses — Full text is the world's most comprehensive collection of dissertations and theses. The official digital dissertations archive for the Library of Congress and the database of record for graduate research. PQDT — Full Text includes 2.7 million searchable citations to dissertation and theses from around the world from 1861 to the present day together with 1.2 million full text dissertations that are available for download in PDF format. Over 2.1 million titles are available for purchase as printed copies. The database offers full text for most of the dissertations added since 1997 and strong retrospective full text coverage for older graduate works."

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2010-01-12T15:07:21+01:00 2021-02-15T10:08:24+01:00 http://crossasia.org/ogea_entrybyid.typo3.php?ident=16224 Matthias Walzer matthias.walzer@sbb.spk-berlin.de ...