The number of available working places in the East European, Oriental and Asian Reading Room has been reduced due to the currently mandatory hygiene and distancing rules. Therefore, prior reservation of a working place is required for every visit to the reading room. Further information on booking a working place in a reading room To the date selection for the East European, Oriental and Asian Reading Room. Please note that access to the Bayerische Staatsbibliothek is possible exclusively and invariably on condition that you wear an FFP2 face mask. The FFP2 mask must be worn also at the working places in the reading rooms. The East European, Oriental and Asian Reading Room — on the 3nd floor — accommodates important reference- and standard works, as well as source works of three internationally renowned collections of the Bayerische Staatsbibliothek:.
East European, Oriental and Asian Reading Room
Library of Congress Asian Reading Room – Open by Appointment for Researchers | H-Asia | H-Net
If your enquiry requires more specialist help than we can provide we will forward your enquiry to the appropriate person in the British Library or suggest alternative sources. You may need to consult a number of different catalogues to find items in our Chinese collection. Our Persian manuscripts collection includes more than 11, works. Details are to be found in a number of catalogues. Choose Yes please to open the survey in a new browser window or tab, and then complete it when you are ready.
Regenstein 5th Floor East Asian Reading Room (Room 520)
The meeting facilities of the East Asia Library provide space within the library for teaching and collaboration. The primary purpose of these spaces is to support scheduled classes, programs, and events related to East Asian Studies and these activities take precedence over other requests. Additionally, these spaces support the work of the Yale University Library, serving as meeting space for committees and working groups.
The East Asian Reading Room may be used by any member of the Library but is intended primarily for those wishing to consult material from the Japanese , Chinese and Korean collections. It is part of the Aoi Pavilion, which was opened in March and named in recognition of a generous benefaction from Mr Tadao Aoi. In addition to the East Asian Reading Room on the first floor, the Aoi Pavilion contains the Library's collections of Japanese , Chinese and Korean material in two bookstacks on the Ground Floor and Basement mostly open access , together with a Seminar Room and offices for the staff of the Library's Japanese and Chinese departments. Dr Kristin H. No fetching or transfers