History 346: Twentieth-Century China
- Index to People’s Republic of China press, Selections from People’s Republic of China magazines, and Current background [microform.]Call Number: UM Microfilm Storage / A 790Library has: 1973:Jul-1973:Dec
- Extracts from China mainland magazines [microform]Call Number: UM Microfilm Storage / A 787Library has: 1 (1955:Aug)-212 (1960:May)//
Magazines on China
- China PictorialCall Number: DS777.55 .C447 PERlibrary has scattered issues 1960-2007
- China ReconstructsCall Number: DS701 .C643 PERLibrary has 1965-1989
The easiest way to locate UMass Amherst journals/magazines about China is to do a subject search in the library catalog for China -- Periodicals. They will be sorted from newest to oldest, so if you are looking for journals that were published earlier in the 20th century, jump to the end of the list. Some dates look odd - like 19uu - this means that we don't know exactly when they started, so you will have to take these things with a grain of salt.
- China Today (continuation of China Reconstructs)Call Number: DS701 .C643 PerLibrary has 1990-2007
- Beijing ReviewCall Number: DS701 .P42 PERLibrary has 1979-1991 in print.
Indexes to Magazine Articles
These indexes will help you to locate magazine articles about China.
- Academic Search Premier This link opens in a new windowScholarly journals from all academic disciplines - an excellent starting point for multidisciplinary research projects. 3,200 full-text journals. Coverage from 1975 to present.Available on campus to all, or off-campus to UMass Amherst students, staff and faculty with an UMass Amherst IT NetID (user name) and password.
- Readers' Guide Abstracts This link opens in a new windowCitations and abstracts for articles from popular periodicals from the U.S. and Canada, 1890-present.Available on campus to all, or off-campus to UMass Amherst students, staff and faculty with an UMass Amherst IT NetID (user name) and password.
- Ling Long women's magazineLing long women's magazine, published in Shanghai from 1931 to 1937, was popular during a time of dramatic material, social, and political change in China. Today, the magazine offers researchers a unique glimpse into women's lives in Republican-era (1911-49) Shanghai. This site features Columbia University's collection of Ling long magazine, one of the most complete holdings outside China.
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