Resources and Facilities
ISAW's historic townhouse has its own seminar rooms, lecture hall, common room, work spaces, and library.
ISAW students have access to the main NYU libraries including Bobst Library, located on Washington Square and containing the principal humanities and history book collection of the University, and the Institute of Fine Arts (IFA), a short walk from ISAW, which contains 100,000 volumes focused on art history and archaeology.
Physical and electronic document delivery services now link Bobst, IFA, and ISAW. In addition, the rich library of the Metropolitan Museum of Art is located just two blocks away from ISAW.
For more on the ISAW Library, see the Library page.
NYU RESOURCES FOR STUDENTS
NYU Library Graduate Student Services
Discover where to find research guides in your area of study, the contact information for your subject librarian, how to reserve study rooms, teaching resources, and links for International Students.
Information on the various citations styles (MLA, APA, etc.) including examples, tutorials, and information on the various formatting tools available.
Offers students help with their writing in one-on-one sessions.
GSAS Language for Reading Knowledge Summer Courses
GSAS offers language courses for reading knowledge of French, German, Italian, and Spanish over the summer.
NYU Library Dissertation Resources
Information on writing groups, dissertation writing books, the Summer Dissertation Writing Program, and how to access the dissertation database.
Informal, non-credit, no-cost language instruction for students who want to acquire practical communication skills in a foreign language; various languages are offered, including English.