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North American Coordinating Council on Japanese Library Resources
About Lafayette College
Founded in 1826 by James Madison Porter, Lafayette College was founded when all-male Manual Labor Academy of Pennsylvania in Germantown moved to Easton and became a liberal arts college. The Charter was amended seven times between 1832 and 1999.
Japanese Studies is taught within Asian Studies along with courses on China, Korea, India and Islam.
Other Programs of Interest
- Asian Studies
- Study Abroad Lafayette college students may go to Japan as a part of course curriculum such as:
- INDS 140: A History of Japanese Culture and Government (as of March 30, 2016).
- A list of programs are available at Programs
Digital Image Collection
- East Asia Image Collection,
Part of Digital Scholarship Services at Skillman Library, Lafayette College, the East Asian Image Collection is a centerpiece of the library holding thousands of images from China, Korea and Japan, especially from the Japanese colonial period.
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