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Special and Branch Libraries

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Rare materials, unique collections

Clark University’s special and branch libraries support the work of our scholars by collecting, preserving, and organizing niche materials spanning a wide range of topics — from historical maps and photographs to scientific journals and beyond.

Burnham Map Collection

This historical collection includes 230,000 maps and 7,800 aerial photographs, as well as atlases, globes, map reference materials, and monographs.

Carlson Science Library

Located in the Sackler Sciences Center, this library supports the Biology, Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics and Computer Science departments.

Fuller Resource Library, Traina Center

The Fuller Resource Library includes performing arts media and a technology-enabled study space.

Kasperson Library

The Kasperson Library supports Clark’s extensive environmental research programs.

Rose Library, Strassler Center

The Rose Library includes a range of materials dedicated to Holocaust and genocide studies.

Contact Information

Robert H. Goddard Library

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