ART 254 History of Photography
BIO 102 Biology and the Environment
COM 315 U.S. Public Address I: 1630-1865
CS 331 Media History
ENG 306 Victorian Literature and Culture
ENG 475 The Many Faces of Gothic
FRN 410 French Literature of Louis XIV
FYS 1104 Clothing as Self Expression
FYS 1118 Poetry from the Inside
FYS 1155 Comedy and Tragedy in Contemporary Nonfiction
FYS 1202 Jerusalem: One City, Three Faiths
FYW 1148 Southern Women, Black and White
HST 102 Medieval Europe
HST 465 Experiential Learning in History class
HST 475 War and Death in mid-Nineteenth Century North America
MS 111: American Military History
MUS 221 Medieval-Renaissance Music
SOC 101 Introduction to Sociology
William Gilmore Simms Research Room
Special Collections and Archives is located on the second floor of the James B. Duke Library. Our mission is to actively support the research and instructional needs of all members of the Furman community to a standard of excellence. We do this by collecting, preserving, and making available a rich array of rare and unique printed materials, manuscripts, objects and artifacts, the permanent records of Furman University, and other documents of cultural heritage.
We partner with faculty, students, and staff in the critical and imaginative use of our collections through research projects, exhibitions, programming, and digital projects. We serve as a welcoming and open research facility for students and scholars at all levels. And we use our expertise and subject knowledge to promote and support excellence and innovation in teaching, learning, and research, on campus and in the community.
Please let us know if we can be of assistance. Please call Jeff Makala at (864) 294-2714 or email Special Collections.
We look forward to working with you and your students!
Monday - Friday, 12pm - 5pm, and by appointment.