The Center for Global Collections is an intellectual hub for engagement with the world. Students and scholars can explore the diversity of cultures and societies around the world — their histories, languages, perspectives, narratives, and cultural contributions — through the Center’s vast information resources, the expertise of a dedicated team of librarians, and dynamic programming.
Govindaraju/Chandrasekhara South Asia Studies Seminar Room
Jef PierceAssistant Director of the Center for Global Collections and South Asian Studies Librarian email@example.com
Mercy AyiloAfricana Studies Librarian firstname.lastname@example.org
Anna-Alexandra Fodde-ReguerChinese Studies Librarian email@example.com
Brie GettlesonLatin American Studies Librarian firstname.lastname@example.org
Heather HughesMiddle Eastern Studies Librarian email@example.com
Arthur KironSchottenstein-Jesselson Curator of Judaica Collections firstname.lastname@example.org
Rebecca MendelsonJapanese Studies Librarian email@example.com
Kirsten PainterSlavic and East European Studies Librarian firstname.lastname@example.org
The accessible entrance of Van Pelt-Dietrich Library Center opens into the Goldstein Undergraduate Study Center. This entrance is on the ground floor of the building facing Blanche P. Levy Park and College Hall. A wheelchair accessible doorbell is located on the railing leading toward the door.