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This guide provides a set of resources useful for students in Freshman Seminar 42K: Comparative Law and Religion, taught by Professor Ofrit Liviatan.

If you have any questions about the libraries or about using these resources, please don't hesitate to ask.  I'm happy to help you navigate the collections of Harvard's libraries.

Kathleen Sheehan
Research Librarian and Liaison to
the Departments of Government and Sociology


Libraries at Harvard

Of the more than 70 libraries at Harvard University (the full list's available at Harvard Libraries Listed Alphabetically By Name), for this class, you will probably be using the following libraries:

Harvard Law School Library: in Langdell Hall, with superb collections in U.S. and international law;

Kennedy School Library: with collections supporting study at the John F. Kennedy School of Government;

Lamont Library: the general undergraduate library, which also houses the Government Documents/Microforms department;

Widener Library: the largest research library at Harvard with collections focused on humanities and social sciences.

For more library locations, please consult this Harvard University Library Map/Guide. For library hours, please visit the Library Hours page of the Harvard Libraries site.

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