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A Guide to Chinese Studies

Research Guide for Chinese Studies

History

Art, Music, Film, Drama, Theater

Request Swank Motion Pictures' streaming films with WUSTL key and borrow films in three weeks. A notification email with the URL for on- and off-campus streaming will be received from the Olin Libraries Circulation.

An on-demand streaming video service that provides access to more than 26,000 films, including titles from PBS, BBC, Criterion Collection, Media Education Foundation and more. Request titles to add to Ares reserve page by clicking the WATCH NOW and then FIND YOUR UNIVERSITY button.

Chinese Film Classics is a project, a book, and a website dedicated to making early Chinese films (between the 1890s and the 1940s) and cinema history more accessible. The website presents a selection of some of the best early Chinese films with English subtitles, along with a selection of materials that helps us to understand each film’s historical, cultural, linguistic, social, and cinematic context.

A digital publication and resource that advances research on the hundreds of women who worked behind the scenes during the silent film era. The directory of Women Film Pioneers contains biographies of women pioneers in the early film industry including Chinese women. 

Over 3,300 Chinese propaganda posters with information about their history, background and design. 

Education, Science, Technology

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