OPEN HOURS the week of¬†March, 8th
Monday :¬†10am -12pm
Tuesday ¬†: 9am – 4pm
Wednesday ¬†: 9am – 3pm
Thursday ¬†: 9am – 2:30pm
Friday ¬†: 10:30am -4pm
The library is closed on all university holidays.
4229 Dwinelle Hall
You must be a UC Berkeley student enrolled in French 4 or higher to check out books from the main collection. French 1 students may check out a magazine and French 2 students may check out a magazine or a French 2 book for the reading assigment.
Materials on Reserve
Course reserve materials are behind the front desk. Please ask for assistance in using them.
Cell phone use is strictly prohibited and conversations are expected to be brief and conducted in whispers.
Student who need reference help, day or night, can always use the Ask A Librarian service. It’s live research help 24 hours a day 7 days a week. Ask A Librarian is a consortium of reference librarians from over 1,400 institutions.
Books by our faculty
Instituer un art : politiques du th√©√Ętre dans la France du premier XVIIe si√®cle. Prof.D√©borah Blocker. PN2632
Fictions of embassy : literature and diplomacy in early modern Europe. Prof. Timothy Hampton. PN56 .D55
All about Almod√≥var : Brad Epps and Despina Kakoudaki, editors. Ulysse Dutoit. PN1998.3.A46
Derrida and the time of the political. Edited by Pheng Cheah and Prof. Suzanne Guerlac. JC261.D44
Insult and the making of the gay self. Didier Eribon ; translated by Prof. Michael Lucey.
and a book edited by one of our former grad students:
Rwanda. R√©cit du G√©nocide, Travers√©e de la m√©moire: Pens√©e et les Hommes/ Dossier par Jean-Pierre Karegeye et Jacques Ch. Lemaire en collaboration avec la Commission nationale de Lutte contre le G√©nocide/Rwanda.
Thanks to a generous donation by Steve Snow in honor of Priscilla D.”Petie” Snow we were able to create a leisure reading section in the library featuring a wide selection of materials ranging from general interest in French language and culture, to children’s literature, to art and travel books.