The Museum’s Library & Resource Center is designed to further reinforce our educational outreach programming. It offers a wide variety of hardcopy and web-based resources, a reading/study area, and computer and audio/visual workstations. The Museum’s Library & Resource Center acts as a repository for documents and family histories, as well as a center for those conducting research about Arab Americans.
The Arab American National Museum (AANM) Library & Resource Center is open for public use during the following hours when the Museum is open.
Monday and Tuesday: closed
Wednesday - Saturday: 10 a.m.-6 p.m.
Sunday: noon-5 p.m.
HOW TO REACH A LIBRARIAN:
If you need assistance with research, need specific information, or want to schedule an appointment, you may contact the Library or its staff directly.
Library Direct Dial Phone Number: 313.624.0223
There is no Museum admission fee to use the Library & Resource Center. Materials may be checked out, consistent with the Library & Resource Center’s policies, to Museum Members only. Some materials may be available for Interlibrary Loan. (Click to view Loan Policies [pdf] and AANM Computer Use [pdf] )
The AANM Library & Resource Center is a member of the Detroit Area Library Network (DALNET), and as a member supports the American Library Association’s (ALA) Library Bill of Rights, Librarians Code of Ethics, Freedom to Read, and Freedom to View statements.