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Bissell Library: Giving to the Library

Giving to the Library

Anatolia College Libraries and Archives is not currently accepting donations. This policy will be applicable for the period January 1, 2020 – December 31, 2021 (after which it will be reviewed).

The only exceptions to this policy are as follows:

  • Monetary donations are welcome. They enable the acquisition of new works in accordance with the highest priorities.

If you wish to make a monetary donation, please contact:

      Ms. Evi Tramantza (Anatolia Libraries Director)

      Email: evi@act.edu / Telephone: 2310 398 391

  • Individual titles relevant to the history of Anatolia College / American College of Thessaloniki
  • Individual titles authored by members of the Anatolia / ACT community (including faculty, alumni, and staff publications)
  • Individual titles relevant to the history of the Thessaloniki area in general
  • Individual titles of special historical interest / intrinsic value (which, at our discretion, may be added to Anatolia Libraries Special Collections)
  • Individual titles which fulfill the following criteria: a) they are considered to be of enduring value (classics) in the field of literature / English philology or literary criticism / psychology / history / political science / sociology / international relations; b) they are not held already in the print book collection of Anatolia Libraries (Bissell & Eleftheriades Libraries)

If you wish to donate any individual items fulfilling the above criteria, please contact:

Mr. Russell Scragg (Academic Liaison Librarian for the Humanities and Social Science Division)

Email: rscragg@act.edu / Telephone: 2310 398 388

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