Tozzer Library

Today: 9am - 5pm

Highlights

Our anthropology and archaeology collections are some of the most comprehensive and oldest in the world.

  • Archaeology of the Americas
  • Anthropological field notes
  • Scholars' personal libraries
  • Student dissertations/theses
Open to the general public. Non-HUID holders must register with the Harvard Library Access and Borrowing Office prior to visiting.

Research

Cora Du Bois Fellowship
A fellowship for Ph.D. candidates in Anthropology working on their dissertations whose research will be enhanced by working at Tozzer Library.

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Fellowships

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Cora Du Bois Fellowship

A fellowship for Ph.D. candidates in Anthropology working on their dissertations whose research will be enhanced by working at Tozzer Library.

Spaces

Tozzer offers open seating areas with public computers, along with several spaces that can be reserved by Harvard faculty, staff, or students. You can also search Find a Space to see more options.

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Study Rooms

There are two study rooms located in the basement, which sit 4-6 people and can be reserved up to three hours at a time.

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Study Carrels

The carrels are located in the basement, and each one can be reserved for the academic year and/or summer term.

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HUNAP Carrels

Tozzer Library provides two study carrels for use by HUNAP affiliates.

Accessibility of Tozzer Library

  • The main entrance to Tozzer Library via Divinity Avenue is accessible by automatic door and elevator. 
  • Study rooms on the lower level are accessible via the library elevator, which is to the left once you enter the library.  
  • There are two all-gender restrooms on Level 1 of Tozzer Library. 

Contact Susan Gilman, sgilman@fas.harvard.edu, with questions about accessibility of elevators, study spaces, meeting rooms, and restrooms.

Using the Library

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