The Asia Collections of Cornell University Library include the Charles W. Wason Collection on East Asia, the South Asia Collection, and the John M. Echols Collection on Southeast Asia. The collections also cover Asian American studies and Islam in Asia materials. Cornell is widely regarded as having one of the largest and most significant collections of Asian historical and literary materials in North America. Housed in Kroch Library, the Asia Collections include reference books, periodicals, newspapers, microfilms and fiche, electronic resources, as well as two levels of book stacks.
- Contested perceptions : interactions and relations between China, Korea, and Japan since the seventeenth century
- The bonds of the Japan-US alliance : the Japan-US Security Treaty and the search for mutuality
- The history of Takeshima and Japan : historical accounts and stories from the San'in region
- Crossing the borders of modernity : fictional characters as representations of alternative concepts of life in Meiji literature (1868-1912)
- Making our own destiny : single women, opportunity, and family in Shanghai, Hong Kong, and Tokyo