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Basque Library FAQ
The Basque Library welcomes a blend of undergraduate and graduate students, the local public, and visiting scholars. Students who utilize the Basque Library are typically studying anthropology, political science, or are taking classes in the Basque Studies program.
The Jon Bilbao Basque Library aims to be a research library for all levels of researchers interested in Basque culture and the Basque Diaspora. Because of the strong history in our area, we are privileged to hold one of the largest collections of Basque materials in the world outside of the Basque Country. The Basque Library's goal is to gather and distribute all materials published in English about the Basques.
UNR offers a Basque Studies minor. You can take classes within the program without being declared a minor. We also offer a Ph.D. program.
The Basque Library and the Center for Basque Studies are on the third floor north of the Knowledge Center. To access the library from the second floor of the Knowledge Center, follow the main lobby north toward Bytes Café. From there, stairs or an elevator can be taken up to the third floor of the building. Alternatively, use the third-floor north entrance to enter the building.
The Basque Library is open from 9:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday excluding weekends and observed holidays.