The Archive of Research in Archetypal Symbolism
This is an encyclopedic collection of 17,000 alchemical images and corresponding
study sheets that draw on East-West traditions from 50,000 BCE to 2,000 CE. Selected
subjects of special interest for the CIIS community include: psychology, anthropology,
archaeology, expressive arts, drama therapy, somatics, archaeomythology, mythology,
theology, thealogy, spirituality, religion, philosophy, ecology, and cosmology.
Asian Art Museum of San Francisco (San Francisco)
CIIS students, staff, and faculty are invited to use the Library collections
of the Asian Art Museum of San Francisco for their research.
Studies (Virtual Library) (Internet)
This resource is a directory of over 10,000 scholarly information
resources on the Internet. It deals with the Asian continent as a whole,
as well as with individual Asian regions, countries, and territories.
A distributed catalog, with 48 editors in 16 countries.
Bibliography of Asian Studies (EBSCO)
Bibliography of Asian Studies™ (BAS) contains nearly 900,000 records on all subjects (especially in the humanities and the social sciences) pertaining to East, Southeast, and South Asia published worldwide from 1971 to the present.
The most important 100+ periodicals in Asian Studies or on Asia as identified by the BAS staff are indexed as soon as they are published for immediate inclusion in BAS. Selected Asia-related citations from many other journals are also included when applicable. In addition, various special projects have contributed substantial numbers of additional records to the database (among them journals on Southeast Asia dating as far back as 1779).
BAS also includes citations to Western-language chapters in edited volumes, conference proceedings, anthologies, Festschriften, and more.
Humanities International Complete (EBSCO)
Humanities International Complete (EBSCO)
Provides full text of journals, books and other published sources from around the world, including all
data from Humanities International Index (indexing and abstracts for more than 2,200 journals and 3.2
million records) plus full text for more than 1,200 journals.
Integral Yoga and Related Studies
The Collected Works of the Mother
The 17-volume Collected Works consists of nine volumes of talks and eight volumes of writings
(prayers, reflections, essays, sayings, letters and personal notes). Most of the material was
written or spoken in French and appear here in translation. The text on this Web site is that
of the second edition; it is textually the same as the first edition (excepting a few minor
corrections), but differs in page numbering.
The Collected Works of Sri Aurobindo
In 1997, the Sri Aurobindo Ashram began to publish the Complete Works of Sri Aurobindo
in a uniform library edition. Twenty-six volumes have been issued thus far; the remaining ones
will come out over the next few years. Upon completion, there will be 37 volumes (originally
35 volumes were planned). The Complete Works will contain all the writings published earlier
in the 30-volume Sri Aurobindo Birth Centenary Library, as well as around 4000 pages of new texts.
Berkeley East Asian Library
One of the most comprehensive collections of materials in East Asian
Languages in the United States. The library has grown from 75,000 volumes
at its founding in 1947 to more than ten times this number today. Currently
it receives about 4,000 serial titles. Its combined holdings in Chinese,
Japanese, Korean and other East Asian languages form one of the top
two such collections in the United States outside of the Library of
Congress. Anyone may enter the Library and browse the collections. To
borrow materials, a card is necessary. You may join the CA Alumni Association
(you need not be a UCB alum) for $50 or purchase a library borrowing
card for $100. Many materials found in the UC Berkeley Libraries may
be requested via CIIS Library's Interlibrary Loan service.
Berkeley South/Southeast Asia Library
Includes the reference collection, a small non-circulating collection
of basic works on the South/Southeast Asia region, and a collection
of high-use periodicals. Anyone may enter the Library and browse the
collections. Information about campus locations of circulating S/SE
Asia collections detailed on the Web site.