Arts and Humanities

  1. Architecture

    Materials on architecture from the early 20th century to the present.

  2. Art and Design

    Supports research and practice in the field of art and design.

  3. Artists’ Books

    Artists books and supporting materials.

  4. Children’s Literature Collection

    Children’s and young adult literature that includes picture books, early readers, and works by Michigan authors.

  5. Classical Studies and Modern Greek

    Covers classical antiquity to the current Greek world.

  6. English Language and Literature

    English language literature from around the world, spanning all genres, critical approaches, and literary cultures.

  7. Film, Television, and Media

    Print, digital, video, and other materials supporting the study of film, television, and media.

  8. General and Comparative Literature

    Materials in literary theory and criticism, comparative studies, and translation studies.

  9. History

    Materials documenting the history of world events and cultures.

  10. History of Art

    Materials supporting the study of art history.

  11. Museum Studies

    Materials for the museum studies community, to meet the needs of the Museum Studies program.

  12. Music, Theatre, and Dance

    Materials supporting the study of music, theatre, and dance.

  13. Philosophy

    Scholarly books, periodicals, and classic texts in original languages, with translations covering all philosophy areas.

  14. Religious Studies

    Representing all regions of the world, spanning historical periods and numerous languages.

  15. Romance Languages and Literatures

    Literary and linguistic studies of world regions speaking French, Italian, Spanish, and Portuguese.

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