The RMCA’s library network consists of a Central Library and 10 sublibraries, with their own reading room or a space where the works can be consulted.
The library collection consists of 130,000 monographs, of which a number of unique and rare works, and around 300 current scientific journals. Alongside this there are several hundred complete series.
It deals with diverse general subjects about Africa and in particular Central Africa, but is above all a reflection of the scientific disciplines which are studied in the RMCA.
The online catalogue of the RMCA’s library is included in Libis (select RMCA-catalogue).
In the central library you can access collections from the central library, the collections of Ethnography and Social Anthropology. Computers are at your disposal, allowing you to access online catalogues and the database of the Human Science Documentation Centre.
• CAPA building, Leuvensesteenweg 17 (Tervuren), ground floor
• Open from Tuesday till Friday from 9am till 12pm and from 1pm till 4pm
• Info: email@example.com
• Tel.: (+32) 02 769 56 00
Alongside the central library, 10 sublibraries exist in various disciplines (archaeology, history, linguistics, musicology, zoology, wood biology, geology, …).
These specialized libraries are usually only accessible by appointment.
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