JAPAN 185: Introduction to Japanese Cinema

Library Catalogs

For books and e-books offered by the UC Berkeley Library, consult the Library's Find Books and E-Books page first. In the U.S.-based catalogs such as OskiCat, Japanese language materials can be searched either using original Japanese scripts (ひらがな, カタカナ, 漢字) or the modified Hepburn Romanization (transliteration) system. LC (Library of Congress) and ALA (American Library Association) Romanization Table for Japanese offers detailed explanation of the guidelines that most U.S. libraries follow when romanizing Japanese materials.

In Melvyl, WorldCat, etc., click on the REQUEST or UC-eLinks button for Inter-library loan requests. UC Berkeley faculty, registered graduate students, and staffs can also borrow materials from Stanford University Library through Research Library Cooperative Program (RLCP). For requesting materials from Stanford University Library, please use RLCP Borrowing Request forms.

For books held by libraries in Japan, use the following databases to locate materials:

Possible Starting Points

Eiga no hon no hon 映画の本の本. Call No.: East Asian PN1995 .S488 2002

Eiga, ongaku, geinō no hon zenjōhō 映画・音楽・芸能の本全情報 2000-2004. Call No.: East Asian Ref. PN2921 .E44 2005 

Engeki eiga tosho sōmokuroku 演劇・映画 図書 総目録. Call No.: East Asian PL734.A12 E5

Jiten eiga no tosho 事典映画の図書. Call No.: East Asian Ref. Z5784.M9 T75 1989

Kawakita Kinen Eiga Bunka Zaidan dētabēsu 川喜多記念映画文化財団 データベース検索: Database covers books and journals held by the institue; searchable by keywords from table of contents 

Research guide to Japanese film studies / Abé Mark Nornes and Aaron Gerow. Call No.: Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1993.5.J3 N67 2009

Tōkyō Kokuritsu Kindai Bijutsukan tosho kensaku 東京国立近代美術館 図書検索: Database covers the holdings of the National Film Center.

Last Update: April 02, 2013 18:43 | Tagged with: Japanese cinema; Japanese films