Grants for Outside Researchers
Norio Tamaki Grants Available to use the Mitsui Collection Onsite - $750 each
To encourage use of the Mitsui Collection, the University’s Asian Studies Center has established two annual “Norio Tamaki Grants” of $750 each to help defray the expenses for those visiting the University to use the collection.
To apply for the awards, contact Dr. Brenda G. Jordan of the Asian Studies Center at 4400 W. W. Posvar Hall, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA 15260, 412-648-7763, email@example.com.
About the Mitsui Collection
A valuable part of the Japanese Collection in the East Asian Library is the Mitsui Collection donated by the Institute for Financial and Economic Research (金融経済研究 所) of the former Mitsui Bank. The Collection contains over 64,000 volumes of books and journals – about 33,500 of Japanese imprints, 10,700 of Western languages imprints, and 20,000 Japanese and Western languages journals. It is one of the best collections on Japanese finance, the former Japanese colonies (Taiwan, Manchuria, Korea) and international finance. It also contains materials on labor problem, social movement, company and local histories, pre- and post-war biographies, and an assortment of statistical annuals and other kinds of yearbooks.