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Summary Statistics of the East Asian Collection, University of Alberta Libraries, for July 1 2013-June 30 2014Download
This statistical table displays the total volumes of print books in Chinese, Japanese and Korean of the East Asian Collection in the University of Alberta Libraries as of June 30 2014. The collection size of 52 East Asian libraries in the United States and Canada is also shown.
This is part of an attempt to translate into English some passages in the Japanese official history text "Nihon Shoki" (日本書紀). In this short passage, a little humour is shown, perhaps to enliven the otherwise formality of an official history. It is noteworthy that "Nihon Shoki" was written in...
Rooting stories and branching out: Research support services study for the field of Indigenous StudiesDownload
The University of Alberta Libraries (UAL), along with eleven other institutions across Turtle Island / North America and Hawai’i, participated in a research project to explore the research practices and needs of scholars in Indigenous Studies with a view to improving library services. The UAL...
A high-level review of the University of Alberta Library's response to the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020-2021.
This is a translation of twenty short passages from "Nihon Shoki", commonly known as "The Chronicle of Japan" or "The Chronicles of Japan", from the original classical Chinese into English. Nihon Shoki, completed in 720 CE, is the first official national history of Japan compiled under the...
Contains recommendations and analysis regarding the University of Alberta Library's discovery system.
Comparison of Pronunciation in Ancient Chinese, Modern Cantonese and Modern Mandarin, with Japanese Examples = 唐代中文與當代中文Download
Notable similarities between Ancient Chinese (a.k.a. Middle Chinese) and modern Cantonese are shown with examples of Chinese characters. This comparison was inspired by Bernhard Karlgren's work on Ancient Chinese.