Skip to main content

Dutch Studies: Collections

About the Dutch Studies Collection

The Library's support of Dutch Studies at Berkeley includes campus programs covering all periods and aspects of Dutch linguistics and literature, the history of the Dutch-speaking peoples from the earliest period to the present, as well as their politics, philosophy, sociology and cultural achievements. Berkeley's Dutch Studies program has been consistently ranked in the top echelon of such programs in the United States, and the Library strives to collect broadly and deeply across discliplinary lines in support of it. 

Click here for a list of  Recent Acquisitions of book titles cataloged within the previous 60 days.

If you'd like to recommend an item to be added to the collection, please use the Purchase Recommendation Form.

 

Contact

Steve Mendoza's picture
Steve Mendoza
Contact:
Selector for Dutch Collections
212 Doe Memorial Library
University of California
Berkeley, CA 94720-6000
510.643.6722
smendoza@library.berkeley.edu
Subjects:Dutch Studies

Book donations

Book Donations: Gifts of scholarly materials and the results of research have historically represented a significant element in the development of Berkeley's outstanding research collections. We welcome individual gifts, but due to space and staff limitations, we must be judicious in accepting large contributions. Donations of recently published books are welcomed. New book purchases will be checked to ensure titles aren’t already on order.

Please contact Dirk Kennedy to discuss your donation of books.

Further information is found here:  https://give.berkeley.edu/browse/?u=75

Copyright © 2014-2019 The Regents of the University of California. All rights reserved. Except where otherwise noted, this work is subject to a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial 4.0 License.