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Library services are available online while physical locations are closed. Read the full guidance.

Tozzer Library

Today: Closed

Highlights

Open to the public. 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. Harvard ID required to reserve study spaces.

Research

Spaces

In addition to open seating areas with public computers, Tozzer has several spaces that can be reserved by Harvard faculty, staff, or students.

Seminar Room
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Seminar Room

The Seminar Room on the first floor can be reserved for small courses or meetings. The table sits 8-12 people. Covered drinks and small snacks are okay, but messy or smelly food is not allowed.

Study Room A
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Study Rooms

There are two study rooms located in the basement, which sit 4-6 people. Groups may reserve up to three hours at a time. Covered drinks and small snacks are okay, but messy or smelly food is not allowed.

study carrels
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Study Carrels

There are 26 study carrels located in the basement, each of which can be reserved for the academic year and/or summer term. Carrels are to be used for independent research and study.

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