ISTANBUL — Hrant Dink Foundation has established a research library specialized on Armenian Studies and minorities in Turkey within the Anarad Higutyun Building.

The Library aims to serve researchers, students and the Armenian community by providing systematic knowledge and scientific information with particular focus on Armenian culture and history.

With the capacity of 20,000 volumes, and currently featuring books, periodicals, photographs, DVDs, tapes and maps, the Library and its archive will be expanded further thanks to the exclusively donated private archives and collections.

With the use of Library of Congress Classification (LCC) system, the library offers a research capacity with international standards.

Library’s collection of books and the resources will continue to improve with the suggestion of the members of the Library. In case the literature needed for their research is not available at the Library, researchers will be able recommend resources and they will be incorporated in the Library collection if considered relevant.

The Library catalogue can be accessed on line www.hrantdink.org webpage.

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