Wikipedia:WikiProject Japan/Bibliography task force

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WikiProject Japan (Talk)

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March 18, 2006
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The bibliography task force of WikiProject Japan seeks to develop a comprehensive group of articles describing Japanese bibliographical resources, including reference works, libraries, and research institutions. Many of the resources are in the Japanese language, but we hope that even those who do not read Japanese can learn from the descriptions of the resources.

This project was launched in fall 2005 by members of the "Japanese Bibliography" seminar at Columbia University. We hope that others will join in to help expand and improve the articles that constitute the project.

List of Participants[edit]

Columbia University[edit]

Others[edit]

Structure/Hierarchy[edit]

NOTE: The name of the project member responsible for tracking the article is given in parentheses. Anyone, of course, is encouraged to edit any of the articles.

General Bibliography[edit]

Encyclopedias and Dictionaries[edit]

Maps and Atlases[edit]

Images[edit]

Libraries and Research Institutions[edit]

Museums[edit]

Professional Organizations and Journals[edit]

Other[edit]

Upcoming Articles[edit]

Templates[edit]

Please add {{WikiProject Japan|bibliography=yes}} to the top of the talk page for any article which fall under this task force. It will yield the following:

WikiProject Japan / Bibliography   
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