You can still access the UC Berkeley Library’s services and resources during the closure. Here’s how.
This guide's purpose is to connect students with scholarly sources related to South Asia Studies. See below for general tools recommended for starting your research. Use the tabs to the left to find specific types of sources.
These tools that will connect you with a variety of resource types to help you perform general research.
A-Z Databases is the full list of UC Berkeley database subscriptions. To access it:
The Department of South and Southeast Asian Studies offers degree programs in history, religion, and cultural and textual traditions. Its faculty represent specialties in historical periods ranging from classical to modern, literature, and religious studies, performing research in India, Pakistan, Tibet, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Burma, Cambodia, Indonesia, Vietnam, and the Philippines.
The Institute for South Asia Studies (ISAS) is "one of the world's leading institutes for research and programs on South Asia, the Institute for South Asia Studies (ISAS) at the University of California, Berkeley works with faculty members, graduate students, community members, private institutions, and non-profit organizations to deepen understanding of the region and to create new generations of scholars of South Asia."
Located in Doe Library (Room 120), The South/Southeast Asia Library (S/SEAL) provides: