Nadine Vorhoff Library
Located on the first floor of the Caroline Richardson Building, the Vorhoff Library contains some 12,000 books on women, gender issues, and culinary history.
Areas of specialization within the library include the higher education of women and the history of southern women. In addition, the library also subscribes to more than 100 journals and newsletters.
The library is named in honor of Nadine Vorhoff, who as president of the Newcomb Alumnae Association helped to raise the funds to establish the library in 1975.
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What's New at the Library?
Videos at the Vorhoff
Are you looking for something new to watch? Check out this list of videos available to borrow through the Nadine Vorhoff Library. [ View List ]
Browse the Lib Guides
Lib guides provide research assistance, subject guides and resources about various topics. Visit the lib guides page to browse the various guides created to accompany Tulane courses. [ Find Them Here ]
New Books to Check OutThe Nadine Vorhoff Library is looking forward to being your research partner for the spring semester. Please stop by and check out special collections such as the culinary book collection or our wide selection of feminist literature and gender studies scholarship. [ Read More ]
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