This searches all the documents on the OBL server
This searches the database fields -- title, date, description, source etc. but not the documents themselves
Main Library (by subject):
7-Step Roadmap (Steps leading up to, including and following the 2010 General Elections); Activism and Advocacy (groups from Burma, solidarity groups, campaigns, publications); Agriculture; Anthropology; Archaeology; Atmosphere (under construction); Aung San Suu Kyi; Bombs; Burma/Myanmar Studies; Chao-Tzang Yawnghwe - various writings, photos etc.; Children; Civil Society; Climate Change (in preparation); Cyclone Nargis, its aftermath and other natural disasters; Development and sustainability; Dialogue/reform/transition - from military to civilian rule?; Drugs; Economic development assistance to Burma/Myanmar; Economic oppression, Extortion, Robbery; Economy; Education; Environment (being reorganised and extended); Food Security; Foreign Relations; Forests and forest peoples (being reconstructed); Funding; Geography; Health; History; Human Rights; Humanitarian Assistance to Burma/Myanmar; Internal armed conflict; Internal Displacement/Forced Migration; International Labour Organisation (ILO); Labour issues; Land; Languages of Burma; Law and Constitution; Media (New and traditional) and communications; Migration; Military (Tatmadaw), Military Intelligence and police; National League for Democracy (NLD); Non-Burman and non-Buddhist groups; Palaeontology; Politics and Government; Publications, ministries, embassies and other Government-related sites; Refugees; Regional Co-operation; Religious violence (under construction); Social studies; Society and Culture; Statelessness; States and Regions of Burma/Myanmar; The UN System and Burma/Myanmar; Tourism; Trafficking; Water; Wetlands; Women;
(by source): Abstracts, bibliographies, scholarly journals, libraries, institutes, universities, other research tools; Archives; Bibliographies and online documents of individual Burma/Myanmar scholars; Bibliographies of Chinese texts relating to Burma; Blogs; Book Reviews and Announcements; Books on Burma/Myanmar covering several topics, frequently with several contributors; Broadcast media (transcripts); Burma news archives (archives of inactive sites and news groups); Burma news sources (current sites); Burma newsletters, periodicals and news archives; Burma portals; Burma/Myanmar News Analysis (under construction); Burmese (Myanmar) language material; Burmese Community sites; Burmese-language news sources; Conferences/seminars etc.; Discussion Groups; E-books and other resources in Burmese; Electronic Newspapers; Encyclopedias, dictionaries etc.; Entertainment sites (Burmese language); General information, profiles, statistics etc. on Burma/Myanmar; Mae Sot library catalogue (under construction); Major online locations of books, reports and articles on Burma; Maps and satellite imagery; Multilingual resources; Online collections containing books, records etc. on Burma/Myanmar; Online sale of books, CDs, magazines etc.; Photographs and other images of Burma; Print and broadcast media produced by the Government of Burma/Myanmar; Private sector publications produced under censorship restrictions; Searching and downloading - Burma and beyond - databases, search engines etc.; SOAS Bulletin of Burma Research (SBBR); Videos and films; Wikileaks-Burma/Myanmar;
Alphabetical list of subjects:
Complete list of
categories and sub-categories.
reg.burma archive (1993-2001):
This is the 220MB archive of the IGC online conference which was the main
vehicle for online Burma communications for most of the '90s. The
archive, which is fully searchable from the reg.burma search, contains all the
issues of the BurmaNet News from 1993-2001 and its predecessors, early
numbers of "Burma Issues" and about 30,000 pages of other material,
including some long documents. This is the conference that was searchable
from the "Burmanet Gopher" which disappeared a couple of years ago. Now,
thanks to IGC, ibiblio and OBL, it is back for searching (not for
Burma Press Summary:
Complete Text Archive (i.e. minus graphics) of Hugh MacDougall's
abstracts of "The Working People's Daily" and "The New Light of
Myanmar" April 1987 to December 1996. Many full texts of speeches, laws etc.
An important resource for Burma
researchers. Warning: some big files.