Japanese Studies

Explore Japanese visual culture and society through multimedia representations and cultural practices and analyze visual, textual, and ideological elements during the cultural shifts for the modern period of Japan


This Guide covers sites on Japanese studies with focus on learning Japanese visual culture and society including basic subscription databases, discovery tools, digital image archives, multimedia resources, and fulltext resources such as eBooks and articles.   

Asian Studies at Baruch

Courses are offered by the Department of Mordern Languages and Literature for Chinese and Japanese studies as well as the interdisciplinary concentration in Asian and Asian American Studies which introduces students to a wide specturm of disciplines including anthropology, art history, history, linguistics, literature, political scidence, and sociology. Recognizing the importance of Asia in the international context and the impact of Asian American communities on U.S. society, AAS Studies prepares students to participate in an increasingly diverse and globalize society.   

Guides and Tools Emphasizing Research and Language-Learning

Research Guides and Discovery Tools

Japanese Studies-related Online Lectures

Subject Guide

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