The Library's Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections (RMC) includes 400,000 printed volumes, more than 70 million manuscripts, and another million photographs, paintings, prints, and other visual media. The collections on European History and Culture include the largest compilation of materials on the French Revolution held outside of Paris.
This research guide identifies resources held in the Reference collections of Olin and Uris Libraries as well as reference materials accessible online. Some titles listed may also be available in the general stacks. It is necessarily a selective list, so be sure to search the Library Catalog and Database Names to find more resources than can be listed here.
is a unit in the College of Arts and Sciences that supports language teaching and learning. The LRC is located at Noyes Lodge, overlooking the Beebe Lake falls. We maintain a student facility with technology-based resources and environments for language learning. The LRC also supports teachers in materials development. Our support team includes a director, administrator, web director and A/V developer. Finally, the LRC arranges and sponsors events of intellectual interest to language teachers, with usually six to eight invited speakers each year.