The BENELUX Program - Belgium, The Netherlands, Luxembourg

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Doe Library

The UC Berkeley Doe Library holds the nation’s largest book collection on Belgium, the Netherlands and Luxembourg. For more information on BENELUX collections at the UC Berkeley Library, please contact our subject specialists:
Jim Church (EU Depository Library)
EU Depository Library collections 
Jeremy Ott (German and European Nordic languages)
German collections 
Steve Mendoza (Dutch and Luxembourgish)
Dutch collections 
Claude Potts (French, including Luxembourg)
French collections

 

The Bancroft Library

The UC Berkeley Bancroft Library is the primary special collections library at the University of California, Berkeley. One of the largest and most heavily used libraries of manuscripts, rare books, and unique materials in the United States, including an extraordinary collection of Dutch clandestine literature; books that were published illegally during the Nazi occupation of the Netherlands. It also has the “Engel Sluiter Historical Documents Collection”, over 160,000 transcribed pages of manuscripts from American, Latin-American and European archives dealing with the former Dutch West-India Company.

 

UC Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive

The UC Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive (BAM/PFA) frequently showcases the work of Dutch, Belgian and Luxembourgian artists and filmmakers in its exhibition programs, from the historical to the contemporary. CineFiles contains a database of digital images of catalogued contents of a growing number of clipping files.

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207 Moses Hall, #2316
University of California
Berkeley, CA  94720-2316

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