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Mugar Memorial Library
The Mugar Memorial Library is the primary library for study, teaching, and research in the humanities and social sciences for Boston University.
Its branch libraries
- African Studies Library
- Astronomy Library
- George H. Beebe Communications Library
- Pickering Educational Resources Library
- Pardee Management Library
- Music Library
- Science and Engineering Library
The other major Boston University libraries and the Archives
Howard Gotlieb Archival Research Center
The University's rare book and manuscript collections are held in the Howard Gotlieb Archival Research Center at Boston University. The Howard Gotlieb Archival Research Center are open to the public for research and viewing. Research scholars must make appointments at least two days in advance to use papers from the collections.
Pappas Law Library
The Pappas Law Library provides scholarly resources, collections and services to support the research needs of the students and faculty at Boston University School of Law as well as other legal researchers at Boston University. The law library contains federal and state primary legal materials; major serials, treatises and other secondary materials; legal documents and reports and international law materials.
The Alumni Medical Library serves as the library and knowledge-based literature and information provider to the faculty, staff, and students of Boston University Schools of Medicine, Dental Medicine, Public Health, and the Boston Medical Center.
School of Theology Library
The collections of the School of Theology are developed in concert with those of Mugar Memorial Library. The School of Theology library concentrates on theology, Bible, church history, ministry, and historic Judaism, while Mugar collects in comparative religion and the academic disciplines of religion, philosophy, sociology, including contemporary Jewish life and culture.
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