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James Hardiman Library

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Country  Ireland
Location  NUI Galway
Province  Connacht
Type  University library
Phone  +353 91 493 399
Function  Library
James Hardiman Library
Access requirements  Registered students and all staff of the University are entitled to use the Library. Graduates of NUI Galway, students from other Universities and members of the public requiring access for genuine research purposes or scholarly needs may apply to use the James Hardiman Library.
Website  http://www.library.nuigalway.ie/
Address  National University of Ireland, University Rd, Gaillimh, Ireland
Hours  Closed now Saturday8:30AM–5:30PMSunday10AM–5:30PMMonday8:30AM–10PMTuesday8:30AM–10PMWednesday8:30AM–10PMThursday8:30AM–10PMFriday8:30AM–10PM
Similar  NUI Galway, Abbey Theatre, Gate Theatre, Taibhdhearc na Gaillimhe, Trim Castle
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The James Hardiman Library (Irish: Leabharlann Shéamais Uí Argadáin) is the main library at NUI Galway in Ireland. It is situated on the main campus, beside the Arts/Science Concourse, the Arts Millennium Building and Áras na Gaelige. It is named after James Hardiman who was the first Librarian in the university. According to the library newsletter from February 2009, the library spans four floors and houses 424,843 books and 1,645 study spaces. The new Midwifery and Nursing library extension opened in June 2009. The extension was to house the nursing library which was previously located in Dangan.

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Access to Research at NUI Galway (ARAN) is the university's repository of research publications, including peer-reviewed articles, working papers and conference papers by the university's researchers, and is maintained by the James Hardiman Library.

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Archives

The library houses the John Huston Archive (John Huston), the John McGahern Archive (John McGahern), the Brendan Duddy Archive (Brendan Duddy), the Taibhdhearc na Gaillimhe Archive, the Druid Theatre Archive, (Druid Theatre Company) and the Lyric Theatre Archive. In 2014 the Kevin Boyle (lawyer) archive was added for the study of human rights.

In 2012, the Abbey Theatre and NUI Galway formed a partnership to digitise the Abbey Theatre archive, billed as the largest digital theatre archive in the world. In 2016, digitisation of the Gate Theatre archives commenced.

References

James Hardiman Library Wikipedia


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