ABIA Index. (Online: 1990 to date)
Bibliographic database on South & Southeast Asian art and archaeology, compiled by International Institute for Asian Studies, covering articles, monographs, grey literature published 1990 to present.
The ancient arts of western and central Asia: a guide to the literature.
[Avery Reference N35 G556] by Bernard Goldman, 303 p., (1991). Classified annotated bibliography (books, journal articles, exhibition catalogs, archaeological reports, etc.) on the arts of those who lived anywhere from the eastern shores of the Mediterranean to the eastern borders of Chinese Turkestan and from the Ukraine and southern Soviet Asia to Pakistan and the Arabian peninsula. Chronologically arranged from Neolithic to the coming of Islam.
Banerjea, Jitendra Nath. The Development of Hindu Iconography. (1956)
Avery N7655 B22
Bibliographie der Deutschsprachigen Arabistik und Islamkunde: von den Anfängen bis 1986 nebst Literatur über die arabischen Länder der Gegenwart. ed. Fuat Sezgin, 21 vol.(1990-1996).
Classified unannotated bibliographies of German-language literature on the Islamic and Arabic world. Includes materials published up to 1986.
Butler Reference R016.95 B47
Bibliography of Asian Studies. (Online: 1971 to date)
Online version contains more than 545,000 records on all subjects (especially humanities and social sciences) pertaining to East, Southeast, and South Asia published 1971 to the present. It contains the full data of all printed editions of the BAS issued from 1971 up to the 1991 ed. (published 1997), as well as thousands of entries published since.
Butler Reference R016.95 AM3, Starr East Asian Z 3001 .B47 (Paper, 1971 to date) (copies available in multiple locations)
Bibliography of the architecture, arts and crafts of Islam. ed. Keppel Archibald Cameron Creswell. (1960 and 1984 suppl).
Occasional brief annotations. Bibliography listing articles, books, etc. covering “every branch of Muslim Architecture and Art, except Numismatics.” –Pref.
Avery Reference N35 C86 (copies available in multiple locations)
C.V. Starr East Asian Library. (Online --within Columbia Library's website)
One of the premiere East Asian Libraries in the country, here at Columbia University.
Digital South Asia Library. (Online)
A collaborative effort to make South Asian resources available to the international community. Has bibliography section.
Eastview Universal Databases. (Online)
Provides full text in-depth information from Russia and the former Soviet Union. Resources include newspapers, newswires, popular and scholarly periodicals, and government documents.
Gu gong qi kan tu wen zi liao ku : Databases of articles and images from the National Palace Museum's periodicals. (Online)
Provides searchable full text access to four periodicals published by Taiwan Palace Museum: Gugong wen wu yue kan; Gugong ji kan; Gugong xue shu ji kan; Ying wen ban yue kan (or ban nian kan).
Journal of Asian Studies (Online: 1956-5 years ago). & (Online: 2004 to date) Association of Asian Studies (1941 to date) (Only in paper 1941-1955)
[Offsite DS 335.J6 & Starr East Asian DS 501.J82]
Each September issue has a classified current bibliography.
Kalasampada : digital library : resource for Indian cultural heritage (DL-RICH). (Online)
A digital library project sponsored by Ministry of Communication and Information Technology (MCIT), that offers a variety of cultural information and helps the users to interact and explore the subject available in image, audio, text, graphics, animation and video form.
Middle East: Abstracts and Index. (1978 to date)
Lehman Z 3013 .M54
Middle East and Islamic Studies. (Online-within Columbia Library's website)
Produced within Columbia University Libraries, this provides access to online scholarly documents and electronic resources on Middle Eastern and Islamic studies available on the Internet.
Online museum resources on Asian art. (Online)
OMuRAA (Online Museum Resources on Asian Art) is an initiative of the Asia for Educators Program at Columbia University. It's purpose is to make the visual materials now available on the websites of many museums and arts-related educational institutions better known.
Oriental Art. (1948 to date)
Each issue has classified current bibliography.
Avery N1 Or4
Oxford Encyclopedia of Ancient Egypt. (Online)
Contains 600 entries covering the prehistoric, predynastic, and dynastic phases of ancient Egypt within the context of its contiguous and sometimes conquering neighbors, tracing its history through the Islamic conquest of 642 CE, with the focus on dynastic Egypt. Treats all branches of Egyptology: archaeology, anthropology, architecture, linguistics, literary studies, epigraphy, papyrology, history, art history, religion, economics, ecology, geomorphology, and the life sciences.
Oxford Islamic Studies Online.
Offers more than 3,000 reference articles and chapters by leading scholars and specialists in their fields. Qur'anic studies resources, including two Oxford World's Classics translations of the Qur'an, linked to the first online version of A Concordance of the Qur'an by Hanna Kassis. Primary source documents with editorial introductions. Timelines covering major events in the Islamic world and corresponding events in general world history for context. Images provide useful visual perspectives on Islam. Users can refine the rich array of content to search and browse by era, topic, and geographic region, filter to view a specific type of content, and make use of a variety of search forms to set criteria for locating biographical entries, bibliographic references, primary sources, terms in the Qur'an and Concordance, and much more.
South and Southeast Asian Studies. (Online-within Columbia Library’s website)
Produced within Columbia University Libraries, this provides access to online scholarly documents and electronic resources on South and Southeast Asia available on the internet.
Vanderstappen, Harrie A. The T.L. Yuan Bibliography of Western Writings on Chinese Art & Archaeology. (1975)
Avery Reference N7341 Av28