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Fine art and architecture holdings are signiﬁcant for all areas, including East Asia. Human Rights is another signiﬁcant
collecting program that spans all world areas and includes signiﬁcant archival and digital materials. We have not
pursued extensive digitization of local content with the exception of the East Asian studies area and Western Europe.
Hellenic Studies/Modern Greek Studies.
Icelandic and Old Norse Studies; Dante, Petrarch Studies.
International government publications and publications from international governmental agencies (UN, etc.);
international perspectives on indigenous peoples world wide.
Irish Studies. (2 responses)
May 4th special collections, liquid crystals.
Medieval Studies, including Byzantium.
Melanesian Collection, Spanish Civil War.
Note: Latin American Studies includes the Hispanic Caribbean.
Note: the Western European collection strength is mainly to do with Icelandic materials.
Oceania (including Australia and New Zealand).
Paciﬁc Island Studies.
Scandinavian/Nordic Studies: The Libraries collect extensively and intensively in this area, both historic and
contemporary, in all formats.
The Libraries has signiﬁcant Middle East and Islamic Studies collections not described in this survey.
We are beginning to develop a collection in Latin American Jewish literary and cultural studies.
We have a Cuban Heritage Collection, which focuses speciﬁcally on Cuba and the Cuban Diaspora worldwide.
We have research level collections on Egypt and South Africa, mostly print books and print serials.
Arctic Studies √ √ √
Byzantine and Modern
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Chinese art √
Classical Studies √ √ √ √ √ √ √
Earth Sciences √ √ √ √ √
Fine art √ √ √ √ √ √ √
Hellenic Studies / Modern
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Icelandic and Old Norse
Studies; Dante, Petrarch