The Special Collections and Archives (SC&A) at Goucher College is a unique research center that includes rare and unique books, manuscripts, and the college archives. Our mission is to support and enhance teaching and research at Goucher by partnering with faculty to introduce and engage students in original primary source materials.
Through the Brooke & Carol Peirce Center for Undergraduate Research students may apply for research fellowships to support independent or class research. Students, faculty, and outside researchers are encouraged to explore our collections.
The collections support research in many subjects including art history, English, dance, history, women's studies, peace studies, theatre, and Maryland and Baltimore history. Learn more about some of our more frequently accessed collections. Finding aids for some collections may be found in Goucher's Digital Library. ♦ Our world class Jane Austen Collection includes first, rare, and modern editions of Austen's works, an extensive collections of translations, periodicals and novels from the English Georgian and Regency periods, and an outstanding collection of colour-plate books.
Reference and research assistance
Individual Research Consultations
Throughout the year, SC&A offers public programming including exhibits, lectures, open houses, and tours.
For more information, please contact Deborah Harner, public services and education archivist, at email@example.com or 410-337-6075.
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