Harlan Hatcher University Library
The University Graduate Library is the main depository for Near Eastern Collections. The collections which are maintained and supervised by a Near Eastern bibliographer, contain more than 329,785 monograph titles, 1,158 serial titles, and 32 current newspapers. Of these titles, approximately 195,000 are in the languages of Middle East and North Africa: Hebrew, Persian, Arabic, Armenian, Turkish and several others. Particular collection strengths lie in ancient and modern history of Near East, modern Arabic and Hebrew literature, Hebrew Bible, the ancient Near East, and politics of Near East. A Near Eastern Reference Room is maintained in the library, containing important encyclopedias, dictionaries, bibliographies, and other reference works, and also provides study space for Near Eastern Studies students. For more information, visit the Near Eastern Division and the Harlan Hatcher University Library websites.
The University of Michigan's computing resources are among the best in the world. As a U-M student, you will have access to state-of-the-art technology and the opportunity to learn from knowledgeable faculty and staff. All students have access to computers, printers, and software; free computer workshops; consultants to help answer your questions; and network services such as email, Internet access, and access to the University Library's electronic card catalog. For more information on the University's computing services, visit the Information Technology Division website.
The Kelsey Museum of Ancient and Medieval Archaeology houses collections from the Mediterranean area and the Near East. Materials from Egypt, Iraq, Greece, Cyprus, and Syria are included among these, most notable are the exhibits from the Michigan excavations at Karanis in Egypt and Seleucia in Iraq.