This guide was originally created by Lori Dedeyan, Archivist, Library Special Collections
This guide will introduce you to the Armenian Studies resources available to you at the UCLA Library and at large.
See Using the Library for information about how to search for library resources, information about the Special Collections department and archival materials, and tips for making your searches more effective.
See Special Collections Resources for information about the rich Armenian holdings of the Library Special Collections department, which include medieval manuscripts, archival materials, early print books, photographs and stereographs, periodicals, oral history, and sound and audiovisual recordings. Special Collections materials are available to everyone, regardless of affiliation.
See Library Resources for information about the resources available to you through the UCLA Library, including relevant databases, interlibrary loan, e-book services, and collections of books and periodicals. Most of these resources will require a UCLA account.
See Beyond UCLA for a glimpse into the many resources available to you across the United States and worldwide, including digital libraries and collections, online dictionaries, language tools and lessons, research tools, photograph collections, film and oral history, and information about libraries, institutes, and museums of Armenian material. These resources do not require a UCLA account.