El Otro Lado/The Other Side: Struggles for Racial Justice and its Opposition, presented In collaboration with the LSA Winter 2013 Theme Semester, "Understanding Race," presents posters, photographs, archives, books, pamphlets, periodicals, buttons, and other items that illustrate a long history of race-related social protest movements,
The Geography of Colorants exhibit is based on and inspired by the thesis "The Geography of Significant Colorants: Antiquity to the Twentieth Century" by Melissa Zagorski plus maps from the Stephen S. Clark Library Map Collection.
Graduate Library Information and Reference
Hours this week:
|Sunday||2:00 PM - 12:00 AM|
|Monday||09:00 AM - 12:00 AM|
|Tuesday||09:00 AM - 12:00 AM|
|Wednesday||09:00 AM - 12:00 AM|
|Thursday||09:00 AM - 12:00 AM|
|Friday||09:00 AM - 7:00 PM|
Asia Library Office
Hours this week:
Dr. Nadezhda Kavrus-Hoffmann describes her project of cataloging Greek manuscripts in American Libraries and then focuses on the University of Michigan collection and the results of her research to date.
This page provides information about study areas available by university library location.
- Art, Architecture & Engineering Library:
- Study areas are located on all floors. The second floor study rooms are available by reservation or on a walk-in basis if they are not being used.
- Fine Arts Library:
- Fine Arts Library offers a variety of open seating throughout the library, as well as 24 individual open carrels that can be reserved by history of art graduate students only.
- Hatcher Graduate Library:
- Study areas are located on all floors of the library, ranging from quiet study in the magnificent Reference Reading Room on 2 North to individual study room carrels on floors 3 through 6 in the South building, and everything in between. There are a limited number of assigned, locked carrels in the South building, which are assigned to University of Michigan doctoral candidates or faculty members who are actively engaged in writing a dissertation or a work for publication. All other carrels, group study tables and comfortable seating areas throughout the building are available to graduate and undergraduate students and the general community on a first-come, first served basis. Two group study rooms are available on the third floor of the North building.
- Taubman Health Sciences Library:
- Taubman Health Sciences Library has 11 group study rooms, plus study seating in the library for about 200 patrons. Four of the group study rooms have priority use by medical students from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm, but can be used by anyone if medical students are not using them. Classroom services (through the Medical Schooll) handles reservations for these rooms, not the library. Reservation information is online.
- Music Library:
- Music Library has 50 assigned study carrels (for School of Music, Theatre & Dance faculty & students only), as well as ample open (table) study space on the main and balcony levels.
- Shapiro Science Library:
- Tables and chairs are provided throughout the third and fourth floors for group and individual work as well as consulting and reading the collection. While the tables near the Science Reference desk, computer stations and copiers do not offer much quiet study space, the seating area towards the south end of the floor (facing South University) may be less noisy. The Current Periodicals Room on the third floor provides comfortable seating and a quiet study space. There are two group study rooms on the third floor. Priority is given to groups of 3 or more people who wish to study in a private setting.
- Shapiro Undergraduate Library:
- Study areas are located on all floors. Several group study rooms are available on the second floor.