SAMP Holdings List

All of SAMP’s cataloged holdings are recorded in the OCLC database and in CRL’s online catalog.

Because the SAMP collection has more than 22,000 individually described items, issuing a print guide to the collection is no longer practical. This page features partial lists and descriptions of SAMP’s collections, such as serial holdings in microform from all regions of South Asia, that do not lend themselves to descriptions in Guides to Collections.

Newspapers held by SAMP

Updated in January 2012.  Link to list of SAMP Newspaper holdings.

Selected Serials held by SAMP

Updated in February 2012.  Link to list of SAMP Serials holdings.

Legislative Council Debates held by SAMP

Updated in February 2012.  Link to list of SAMP Holdings of Legislative Council Debates.

Recent Receipts and Cataloged Items

These lists of recently received and cataloged SAMP items are provided to members at the annual SAMP meeting.

Featured: Unique Urdu and Hindi Collection

Prof. Robert Phillips, lecturer for the Program in South Asian Studies at Princeton University, teaches courses in Hindi-Urdu and South Asian Studies, and has used both South Asia Materials Project (SAMP) and CRL resources to support different research, writing, and teaching projects.

Accessing Āmukha in SAMP’s holdings offered an opportunity to incorporate the crucial - but often less-collected - genre of the little magazine into his research on Hindi modernism and a subsequent conference presentation.