Global Libraries
Global Libraries Program (World Archaeological Congress) PDF Print E-mail

Mission
The Global Libraries Program aims to develop the archaeological literary collections of economically-disadvantaged institutions. By supporting such libraries, we hope to assist archaeological and cultural heritage management students and professionals to undertake and excel at their study and work.

Donations
The program relies on the donations of WAC members, philanthropic organizations and members of the general public. Any book/journal/CD/video/etc or subscriptions are gratefully received. Alternatively, we are in need of monetary donations to support postage and to purchase useful publications for each library. Due to the high cost of postage, digital donations are especially requested. Please contact us if you would like to donate.

Operations
For complete information about the operation of the WAC Global Libraries Program, both in relation to existing and aspiring member libraries and to the Executive Council of the World Archaeological Congress (WAC), to whom the Program is accountable, please click here (PDF or WORD).

Donors

Thank you to our past and current donors. We are always seeking new donors to contribute digital and/or print resources to our member libraries.

Left Coast Press

Springer Press

American School of Classical Studies at Athens (ASCSA)
Computer Applications in Archaeology
Australian Archaeological Association
Undena Publications
Anthropology Department, National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC
The Getty Conservation Institute Newsletter
Canadian Journal of Archaeology
UISPP International Union for Prehistoric and Protohistoric Sciences

Routledge Press

Program Committee
Ashley Sands, USA (Chair)
Miguel Alejandro Aguilar Diaz, Colombia
Cornelius Holtorf, Sweden
Ingrid Ahlgren, Marshall Islands
Shanti Pappu, India

Enquiries
Global Libraries Program
Ashley Sands
Archaeology Research Center
University of Southern California
Los Angeles, CA 90089-1481
United States
ashleysa@ucla.edu

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Participating Libraries
Program libraries must be from a developing or transition country, state, or region as designated by the United Nations Statistics Division. If your library would like to be considered for the program, please fill out the following questionnaire and submit via e-mail or post: (PDF or WORD).

Argentina

National University of Tucumán

Argentina

Universidad Nacional de Catamarca

Belize

Institute of Archaeology of Belize

Bosnia and Herzegovina

Commission to Preserve National Monuments, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Botswana

University of Botswana

Brazil

Biblioteca Florestan Fernandes, Universidade de São Paulo

Brazil

Museu de Arqueologia e Etnologia, Universidade de São Paulo

Fiji

The University of the South Pacific

Haiti

Université d'Etat d'Haiti

India

SCSVMV, Deemed University

India

Deccan College

Indonesia

Gadjah Mada University

Jordan

Hashemite University

Kenya

National Museums of Kenya, Lamu Fort Library

Malawi

The Catholic University of Malawi

Mexico

Centro Cultural Santo Domingo

Namibia

WIMSA (Working Group of Indigenous Minorities in Southern Africa)

Niger

l'Institut de Recherches en Sciences Humaines (IRSH)

Nigeria

Ahmadu Bello University

Nigeria

National Museum of Nigeria

Nigeria

Bassey Andah Memorial Library

Palestine

The Palestinian Department of Antiquities

Palestine

Islamic University of Gaza

Palestine

Birzeit University

Peru

Universidad San Luis Gonzaga de Ica

Republic of Benin

Biblioteque Universitaire

Russia

Russian Academy of Sciences

Senegal

University of Cheich Anta Diop

South Africa

University of the Witwatersrand

Sri Lanka

Central Cultural Fund, Sri Lanka

Turkey

American Research Institute in Turkey

West Indies

The University of the West Indies

Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe Archaeology Unit

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