Archaeology Library at Rhode Island Hall
The Joukowsky Institute's library is a small, non-circulating collection of books relevant to the study of archaeology and the ancient world.
The library is accessible weekdays between 8:30 am and 5:00 pm. It is located on the 2nd Floor of Rhode Island Hall, at 60 George Street on Brown University's Main Green.
A catalog of this collection is available in the Reference section of the JIAAW library. A link to the catalog is available on request. (For JIAAW faculty, staff, and doctoral students, this catalog can also be found on the Useful Site [password protected].)
In addition to the books in the Joukowsky Institute library, the library's list of online archaeology journals provides links to journals for which Brown's library system provides free online access.
To search all titles in Brown's library system, please visit https://josiah.brown.edu/search.
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