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Stony Brook University

Asian American Studies: For Instructors

Library resources for Asian American Studies.

  About the Libraries

Our collection includes over 2 million volumes; another 4 million volumes in microforms; over 300 databases; 70,000 e-journals; 10,000+ e-books, 10,000 CDs, and over 8,500 films.

The Central Reading Room and Music Library are on the on 1st floor of Melville Library. The entrance to the Main Stacks (Arts & Humanities, Social Sciences collections) is on the 3rd Floor.

The Science & Engineering Library is in the North Reading Room, also on 1st floor of Meliville Library. 

Branch libraries in separate locations on campus include the Chemistry Library (Chemistry Bld C-215), the Marine & Atmospheric Science Information Center / MASIC (165 Challenger Hall), and the Math/Physics/Astronomy Library (Physics Building C-124).

The Health Sciences Library is separate library system located on the East Campus. You have access to their collection, both in print and online.

  Teaching? We Can Help!

Course Reserves
Reserve books and articles from periodicals, as well as electronic resources, for the use of students enrolled in your classes. You may place hard copy materials through library reserve desks, on-line either using personal Blackboard web-pages, or on-line in the Library’s Electronic Reserves system. Fill out the online form or make your request(s) in person - allow a week to process.

 

  Quick Contact Numbers

Main Library Circulation
631.632.7115

Central Reading Room
631.632.7110

North Reading Room
631.632.7148

  Google Scholar

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For maximum benefit:

  • Click on Scholar Preferences
  • Type "Stony Brook" in the Library Links section search box
  • Check the box next to Stony Brook University - SUNY - Fulltext @ Stony Brook