This workshop will introduce the distinct and unique materials from Chinese, Japanese and Korean collections at the Global Resources Center, which include, but not limited to, internal (neibu) publications, classified military newspapers, intelligence reports and censored materials from China, Japan and Korea. Most of the materials are hard to acquire elsewhere and some are only available at GW. These materials will not only help to broaden your knowledge and support your research on East Asia’s national security in world affairs.
This workshop is part of the Researching with Specialized Collections Workshop Series for anyone looking to research using primary, rare, or archival source material. Other workshops in this Fall 2017 series are Know Before You Go: Working with Archives for Graduate Students, Intervention and Occupation in the Middle East and North Africa: Researching World Affairs with the GRC, and Political Violence and the Russian Sphere of Influence: Researching World Affairs with the GRC.