Re: Online open sources on East Asia

This seems like a good opportunity to remind H-Asia readers that we maintain a listing of open access resources for Asian Studies on H-Asia, and would be very happy to add more items to it. You can find the list under the "Resources" tab on the H-Asia home page. To add new entries to it, please use the "Digital Asia" template on the home page:
https://networks.h-net.org/node/22055/pages/110343/template-digital-asia...

Re: Online open sources on East Asia

I've found the following to be helpful, especially for image and object-centered teaching:

Asia for Educators: http://afe.easia.columbia.edu/
Online Museum Resources for Asian Art: http://afemuseums.easia.columbia.edu/cgi-bin/museums/search.cgi

The Met's Timeline of Art History also has some great modules on East Asia: https://www.metmuseum.org/toah/

Online open sources on East Asia

Colleagues,

I am scouting online open sources for a course on East Asian Civilization (Antiquity to ca. 1600, covering China, Korea, Japan, and a little bit on mainland Southeast Asia - principally Vietnam) and will appreciate any suggestion. Feel free to post on H-Asia or reply directly to me (wingchung.ng@utsa.edu). Thanks in advance.

Wing Chung Ng, History Department, UT San Antonio 

New URL for online Nahuatl Dictionary

Hello Colleagues,

The online Nahuatl Dictionary created by Wired Humanities Projects (University of Oregon) and IDIEZ (in Zacatecas) is now being hosted on Drupal, which should keep it from crashing.  We are still working to improve the searching and the display of results and adding back the Spanish and Nahuatl interfaces, but we are making good progress. As soon as we improve these things, we will resume adding new content.

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