Below please find resources for students, faculty, and those interested in Chinese history and culture.
- Gateway Service Center for Chinese Academic Journal Articles(University of Pittsburgh) [order, free of charge, copies of journal articles from Chinese language academic journals]
- Internet Guide for Chinese Studies (Sinological Institute, Leiden University, Netherlands)
- European Center for Digital Resources in Chinese Studies (Institute of Chinese Studies, University of Heidelberg)
- Virtual China (an exploration of virtual experiences and environments in and about China)
Resources for 20th-21st Century Politics and Society
- ChinaVitae (China Vitae provides biographical information for more than 2500 current Chinese political, military, economic, business and academic leaders. The extensively cross-referenced biographical database is designed to be an indispensable research tool for those who closely follow activities in China)
- China Digital Times (a collaborative news website covering China's social and political transition and its emerging role in the world)
- The China Beat: Blogging How the East Is Read
- China in the Red (PBS documentary aired first in Feb., 2003; one can view the entire documentary online, and the site has extensive related materials, including a chronology of post-Mao history, discussions of Chinese rock scene, and a roundtable discussion on the future of democracy in China, as well as a teachers’ guide)
- Danwei: Chinese Media, Advertising, and Urban Life
- Gate of Heavenly Peace (website related to the Longbow documentary "The Gate of Heavenly Peace," with extensive essays and information on contemporary Chinese culture)
- Internet East Asian History Sourcebook (Fordham University; has two sections on modern China)
- Modern Chinese Literature and Culture Resource Center (Kirk Denton, Ohio State University)
- Modern Chinese History: A Basic Bibliography
- Morning Sun: A Film and Website about Cultural Revolution (Longbow Group)
- Red Color News Soldier (site based on the book of photographs by Li Zhensheng, who held onto politically dangerous photos from the Cultural Revolution)
- Virtual Museum of the Cultural Revolution
- Tales of Old Shanghai (an excellent site with maps, postcards, texts, etc. dealing with late Qing and Republican era Shanghai)
China and the Pacific Region
- A Joint Study of the Sino-Japanese War (Harvard University Fairbanks Center for East Asian Research)
- Japan Focus (an Asian Pacific journal, contains articles on China)
Resources for Pre-Modern Culture and Literature
- China--Poetry International Web (edited by Simon Patton) [this is the China section of the Poetry International website]
- Frog in a Well (collaborative weblogs dedicated to East Asian history)
- Visual Sourcebook of Chinese Civilization (Patricia Ebrey, University of Washington)
- Institute of Archaeology, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences
- A Pure and Remote View (the website of James Cahill, containing digital lectures and archived papers on Chinese art history and visual culture)
- Hunan statuette collection of Patrice Fava (in French)
- Revenge of Han Xin (a website with images from the documentary on Hunan Daoist ritual by Patrice Fava, also available for purchase)
- Chinese Ancient Text Database (CHANT) (Chinese University of Hong Kong)
- Classical Historiography for Chinese History (Benjamin Elman' extensive compilation of resources and bibliographies)
- Warring States Project
- Institute of History and Philology (Academia Sinica, Taipei, Taiwan)
- Scripta Sinica (Academia Sinica, Taipei, Taiwan)
Below please find links to podcasts, videos, and student projects.
- Laura Garrison (B.A. Linguistics, 2012) discusses her study abroad program in Shanghai.
- Kelly Schumm (B.A. Finance, 2012) discusses her study abroad experience in China
- James Knoer, Meredith King & Geoffrey Banta talk about their experience in Shanghai in 2012.
- Clint Parker discusses translating Chinese and learning about Sarikoli, a language of Western China.
- Dr. Wells discusses the Chinese program and study abroad
- Wei Jiang discusses her efforts to develop online Chinese material for Kentucky K-12 schools.