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Mansueto Viewing & Listening Station

The Joe and Rika Mansueto Library

features of Mansueto Viewing & Listening Station

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The Mansueto Viewing & Listening Station is a private study room that provides individual patrons with equipment to listen to audio recordings from the Recordings Collection, and is also equipped with a microform scanner. Patrons may request to use the Viewing & Listening Station at the Mansueto Circulation Desk.
Mansueto Listening Station

Regenstein 2nd Floor Reading Room

The Joseph Regenstein Library

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Regenstein's 2nd Floor Reading Room houses several collections and provides a variety of furniture options for quiet study.
2nd Floor Reading Room

Regenstein 3rd Floor Reading Room

The Joseph Regenstein Library

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Regenstein's 3rd Floor Reading Room houses several collections and provides a variety of furniture options for quiet study, as well as specialized equipment.
3rd Floor Reading Room

Regenstein 4th Floor Reading Room

The Joseph Regenstein Library

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Regenstein's 4th Floor Reading Room houses several specialized reference collections and provides a variety of furniture options for quiet study.
4th Floor Reading Room

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Regenstein's 5th Floor East Asian Reading Room houses reference and current periodicals collections dedicated to East Asia and provides a variety of furniture options for quiet study.
Regenstein 5th Floor, East Asian Reading Room

Regenstein Bookstacks, 2nd Floor

The Joseph Regenstein Library

features of Regenstein Bookstacks, 2nd Floor

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Regenstein's 2nd Floor Bookstacks houses collections on History (C - F). There are 23 individual study tables along the perimeter of the bookstacks, intended for quiet study. No food is permitted in Regenstein's boosktacks.
Browsing the Stacks

Regenstein Bookstacks, 3rd Floor

The Joseph Regenstein Library

features of Regenstein Bookstacks, 3rd Floor

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Regenstein's 3rd Floor Bookstacks houses collections on Music & Fine Arts (M & N) and Languages & Literatures (PN-PT). There are 28 individual study tables along the perimeter of the bookstacks, intended for quiet study. No food is permitted in Regenstein's boosktacks.
Bookstacks

Regenstein Bookstacks, 4th Floor

The Joseph Regenstein Library

features of Regenstein Bookstacks, 4th Floor

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Regenstein's 4th Floor Bookstacks houses collections on Philosophy, Psychology, & Religion (B) and Languages & Literatures (P-PM). There are 22 individual study tables along the perimeter of the bookstacks, intended for quiet study. No food is permitted in Regenstein's boosktacks.
Bookstacks Row

Regenstein Bookstacks, 5th Floor

The Joseph Regenstein Library

features of Regenstein Bookstacks, 5th Floor

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Regenstein's 5th Floor Bookstacks houses collections in East Asian (Harvard Yenching and Library of Congress) and on Education (L). There are 25 individual study tables along the perimeter of the bookstacks, intended for quiet study. No food is permitted in Regenstein's boosktacks.
Searching for Books

Regenstein Bookstacks, B Level

The Joseph Regenstein Library

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Regenstein's B Level Bookstacks houses collections on Social Sciences (G, H, J, XXK), Sciences & Technology (Q-V), and General Works, Bibliography, & Library Science (A, Z). There are several large tables in the center of the floor, as well as a few individual tables and standing height desks along its perimeter, all intended for quiet study.No food is permitted in Regenstein's bookstacks.
Regenstein B Level

The Social Work Library Reading Room

The Social Work Library

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The Social Work Library reading room is a large open space with a southern exposure of floor-to-ceiling windows allowing for lots of natural light during the day. There are a variety of seating options including couches, a rocking chair, large tables for spreading out your materials, and a pinwheel study carrel. There is also a smaller study area behind the bookstacks with single-user desks. Most of the furniture was either designed or selected by Mies van der Rohe.
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