Bodleian History Faculty Library

Bodleian History Faculty Library

Contact

Address:

Bodleian History Faculty Library
Radcliffe Camera
Bodleian Library
Oxford
OX1 3BG

Phone:

01865 277262

E-mail:

library.history@bodleian.ox.ac.uk

Website:

http://www.bodleian.ox.ac.uk/history

Library Staff

History Librarian:

Ms I. Holowaty

Librarian in Charge:

Mrs R. D'Arcy-Brown

Senior Library Assistant (Circulation):

Mr S. Day

Collections and Information Skills Teamleader:

Dr B. Jenkins

Senior Library Assistant (Acquisitions):

Mr A. Awolu

Library Assistant:

Mr I. Kovalev

Library Assistant (Graduate Library Trainee):

Ms D. Czerkaszyn

Library Assistant (Term-time Evening & Saturday):

Ms A. Sheldon

Opening Hours

Note that opening hours may sometimes change at short notice. If travelling to visit a library you are advised to check with the library to confirm details.

Term time:

(Weeks 1-8) Mon-Fri 9.00-22.00; Sat 10.00-16.00; Sun 11.00-17.00

Vacation:

Mon-Fri 9.00-19.00; Sat. 10.00-16.00

Closed:

Easter: Friday 25 March to Monday 28 March 2016. Encaenia: Wednesday 22 June 2016 9am-2pm, opening at 2pm. August Bank Holiday: Saturday 27 August and Monday 29 August 2016

Admission and Borrowing Policies

Note that by necessity these policies are much simplified and provided for initial guidance only. Please check with the library for full details.

OU undergraduate students:

Admissions: All all. Borrowing: All all.

In Term: 15 items for 7 days; Christmas and Easter Vacation: 20 items for the duration; Long Vacation: 30 items for the duration.

OU postgraduate students:

Admissions: All all. Borrowing: All all.

Standard Loan (All taught course graduates): In Term: 15 items for 7 days; Christmas and Easter Vacation: 20 items for the duration; Long Vacation: 30 items for the duration. Research Loan (All M.Phil and D.Phil students): In Term: 15 items for 28

OU academic and research staff:

Admissions: All all. Borrowing: All all.

All senior members and University staff of the University of Oxford have access rights to the Library, and may borrow for the purposes of research and study.

Others:

Admissions: All all. Borrowing: None none.

Subjects Covered

The collections constitute Medieval and Modern History, and they comprise predominantly British and European History from the Late Roman period onwards, History of the Byzantine Empire, History of Russia and the former Soviet Union, History of India, and History of Australia and New Zealand, and growing coverage of the History of North and South America and the West Indies, and Sub-Saharan Africa, as well as Historiography, the History of Science, the History of Art, and Palaeography

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