SFS students have access to a wealth of information specific to international affairs via the Georgetown Library, especially the flagship Lauinger Library. The offerings of the library are integral to the academic experience.
Research and Subject Guides
Bibliographers at the Library maintain and regularly update resource hubs of particular use for SFS students.
- Foreign Affairs and Policy / Foreign Service / SFS
- African Studies
- Arab and Middle Eastern Studies
- Arabic Language, Linguistics & Literature
- Asian History
- Asian Religions
- China Studies
- Conflict Resolution: War, Genocide, Terrorism
- European History
- International Business
- International Development
- International Trade
- Islamic Studies
- Japan Studies
- Korea Studies
- Latin American Studies
- Nations of the World
- Russian, East European & Eurasian Studies
- Security and Intelligence Studies
- Spanish, Portuguese and Catalan Literature and Linguistics
- South Asia Studies
- Southeast Asia Studies
- Western Europe
Main campus students and faculty have access to the SFS-Qatar library and as a member of the Washington Research Library Consortium (WRLC), Georgetown makes available the resources of major university libraries throughout the Washington, D.C. Materials from these sources may be accessed by the Georgetown community through the main library website.
Our Washington, D.C. location means that students and scholars with special research needs have ready access to the unparalleled Library of Congress, the U.S. National Archives and other libraries and archives in Washington and the surrounding area.