Howard-Tilton Memorial Library is Tulane University's main library with nearly 4 million volumes, 600+ database subscriptions, over 100 computers with specialized software, more than 38,000 audio recordings, and more than 21,000 DVDs. In the library you will find expert research help from librarians, extensive special collections, technology assistance, printers, and a coffee shop.
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The Architecture Library is a unit of Tulane University Libraries in association with the Southeastern Architectural Archive (SEAA). Collections are primarily focused on current architecture publications, but also include works related to urban design, sustainability, and historic preservation.
The Hogan Jazz Archive is the leading research center for the study of New Orleans jazz and related musical genres, including New Orleans ragtime, gospel, blues, rhythm and blues, and Creole songs.
The Latin American Library's primary mission is to be central in the processes of discovery and dissemination of knowledge at Tulane University by responsibly collecting, preserving, and providing access to resources on Latin America and the Caribbean.
The Louisiana Research Collection (LaRC) is the oldest, largest, and most comprehensive research center for New Orleans and the second largest for Louisiana. As an integrated research library and archives, LaRC offers a full range of library and archival research resources, from books and manuscripts to maps and images.
The Math Library serves the faculty and graduate students of the Mathematics Department and all other sections of Tulane University in mathematics oriented research, as well as the New Orleans academic community.
Located on the 2nd floor of Howard-Tilton Memorial Library, the Microforms & Newspapers Department houses printed newspapers and magazines as well as a vast collection of microfilm and microfiche resources.
Located on the 4th floor of Howard-Tilton Memorial Library, the Music & Media Center is the primary service point for music reference, sound recordings, and video recordings.
Special Collections' Rare Books unit preserves approximately 50,000 titles dating from a leaf of the Gutenberg Bible (ca. 1456) to recent first editions.
The Southeastern Architectural Archive is the largest repository of architectural records in the southern United States. The SEAA has progressively sought to enhance the preservation and conservation of architectural records associated with the built environment of the southeastern Gulf Region.
The Amistad Research Center is the nation's oldest, largest and most comprehensive independent archive specializing in the history of African Americans and other ethnic minorities.
The Koch Library supports the activities of the Herbarium of the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, one of the principal herbaria of the Gulf South region.
The Law Library's primary mission is to serve the educational and research needs of the faculty, students and staff of Tulane University Law School.
The Rudolph Matas Library is the primary resource library for the Tulane University Health Sciences Center comprising the School of Medicine, the School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine, and the National Primate Center.
The primary mission of the Lillian A. and Robert L. Turchin Library is to serve the research needs of the students, faculty, and staff of the A.B. Freeman School of Business.
The Nadine Vorhoff Library has begun its transition from a circulating collection to a non-circulating special collection library that features a culinary history collection, a selection of women's prescriptive literature, the Newcomb authors collection, the Custard sexuality collection, and a collection of third wave feminist zines.