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The Norman H. Pearson Library of the institute serves as a central repository for books and records related to all aspects of American studies. With over 9,000 volumes of books and periodicals, the Library serves as a primary reference center for research in American studies at SNU. The Institute adds new books to its collection on an annual basis.


The Samuel Ginsberg Collection, which was established in 1977, is a carefully selected collection of books and journals on American literature, history, and social sciences. The Collection was established by Professor Robert Ginsberg (Pennsylvania State University), who donated books and periodicals to the Institute in honor of his father, Samuel Ginsberg.




Dissent (4issues/year)

A magazine of political and social concern. It stands for unyielding opposition to all forms of authoritarianism, with an emphasis on the importance of democratic values.

Harper's Magazine (12 issues/year)

Edited to cover current social, political, cultural, scientific and economic issues. It includes reporting, essays, fiction and memoirs by distinguished writers and promising new voices. It regularly features a statistical index, short cuts from international texts and analysis of current media.

Reason (11 issues/year)

Cutting-edge journalism from a libertarian perspective. A refreshing alternative to conventional left-wing and right-wing rants on politics and culture.

e Atlantic (10 issues/year)

This general editorial magazine focuses on contemporary social and cultural issues. Its emphasis includes a wide variety of subjects. The Atlantic Monthly encourages a rich and balanced lifestyle through commentary, criticism, fiction and humor.

The Nation (47 issues/year)

"The Nation will not be the organ of any party, sect, or body. It will, on the contrary, make an earnest effort to bring to the discussion of political and social questions a really critical spirit, and to wage war upon the vices of violence, exaggeration, and misrepresentation by which so much of the political writing of the day is marred." - from the Nation's founding prospectus, 1865

The New Republic (24 issues/year)

A journal of analysis and opinion. Facts and forecasts of current events. Reviews and essays on books, films, television, music and theatre.

The New York Review of Books (20 issues/year)

Contains essays concerning historical, literary and current political affairs and issues.

The New Yorker (47 issues/year)

The New Yorker is a national magazine edited to address current issues, ideas and events. The magazine blends domestic, and international news analysis, with in depth features, critics and humorous observations on politics and business, culture and the arts, education, style, sports and literature.

Time (56 issues/year)

TIME gives you more than just a weekly news summary. TIME provides insightful analysis of today's important events and what they mean to you and your family--from politics to scientific breakthroughs to human achievement. Plus, TIME helps you keep up with the arts, business, and society. That's why 30 million people worldwide choose TIME.

International Journals

The Japanese Journal of American Studies (yearly)

The Japanese Association for American Studies

Korean Journals

미국사연구 (연간)


International Area Review (연2회)

한국외국어대학교 Center for International Area Studies

국제지역연구 (계간)

한국외국어대학교 외국학종합연구센터

이베로아메리카연구 (연간)

서울대학교 스페인중남미연구소


서울대학교 인문학연구원


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