Welcome to the Mount Holyoke College Korean Research Guide!
In this section, you will find a variety of resources that can assist you with your research. The resources here are geared to more advanced or native-speaking students and majors that are conducting research for their course assignments.
Through LITS you have access to several journals to help you with your research. Here is the link to the full list of databases that one can access. If you need help, please contact a librarian through on the LITS page. The following are particularly helpful for language and culture research topics.
Literary Criticism Index (1920s - present)
JSTOR is a digital library of academic journals, books, and primary sources.
Bibliographic and citation information for journal articles in the arts and humanities from 1975-present. Part of the Web of Science Core Collection
Here are the external resources for Korean Research.
It is an integrated digital library that offers integrated search services for historical materials held in a variety of information centers across the country. At the same time, you can browse through a wide database of historical documents, books, and databases.
The Library of Congress provides access to a wide range of databases and electronic resources through E-Resources Online Catalog. This resource guide aims to highlight both free and subscription materials relevant to anyone conducting a study in Asian Studies.
The National Archives of Korea is a government institution in South Korea tasked with preserving government-produced documents and records. It is a treasure of documents.