The Mabel Smith Douglass Library, located on the Douglass Campus, has a primary collection focus on women’s, gender, and sexuality studies. It is also home to the Performing Arts Library and the New Brunswick Libraries media collection.
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Collections at Douglass
The Performing Arts Library collections include scores, periodicals, and books shelved on the Ravine level as well as audio-visual materials that are part of the media collection on the ground floor.
The media collection, the most comprehensive within Rutgers University Libraries, includes DVDs, VHS tapes, laserdiscs, and 16mm film on subjects selected to meet teaching and research needs.
Douglass Library loans audiovisual recording equipment and related accessories to Rutgers students, faculty, and staff. Details are available on the booking form.
Librarians at Douglass Library
- Kayo Denda, Head, Margery Somers Foster Center & Librarian for Women's, Gender and Sexuality Studies
- Bret McCandless, Music and Performing Arts Librarian
- Lily Todorinova, Undergraduate Experience Librarian
- Judit Hajnal Ward, Science Reference and Instruction Librarian