Armstrong Browning
Library and Museum
The Armstrong Browning Library is a research center and museum dedicated to the study of the lives and works of Victorian poets Robert and Elizabeth Barrett Browning and houses the world’s largest collection of Browning material and other fine collections of rare 19th-century books, manuscripts, and works of art.
Temporary Closure

Closed

To protect the most vulnerable in our communities, the Armstrong Browning Library is closed to visitors until further notice. If you are a student, faculty member, or researcher who needs to access our materials, please email abl_office@baylor.edu.

Research & Instruction
The Armstrong Browning Library’s highly focused collections of 19th-century materials are available for research and use in classes.
Use our Facility
The Armstrong Browning Library, especially the striking McLean Foyer of Meditation, is the site of numerous university events, varying in nature from lectures, conferences, concerts, and recitals to portraits and weddings.
Departmental Events
Student Events
Portraits
Weddings
2019 Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)
2019 Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)
The Baylor Libraries continue to support our students and faculty as we keep one another safe and healthy during the ongoing pandemic. On July 7, Moody/Jones will re-open to graduate students and faculty. Masks are required and social distancing will be observed throughout the facility. The Armstrong Browning Library & Museum and our other special collections are available by appointment only. Please note that some print volumes will not be available for checkout so that we can maintain online support for remote learners and researchers. Visit baylor.edu/library/keeplearning to access librarian assistance and additional remote resources.
Armstrong Browning Library Teaching Fellows
Armstrong Browning Library Teaching Fellows
The Armstrong Browning Library annually offers Teaching Fellowships to Baylor faculty and graduate teaching assistants. Click below for fellowship requirements and application deadlines for teaching fellowships for 2020.
Women's Collections at Baylor
Women's Collections at Baylor
Explore research collections held by the Baylor Libraries and the Institute for Oral History that feature the inspiring and engaging stories of women. Click the button below to begin your adventure!
Apply for an ABL One-Month Research Fellowship
Apply for an ABL One-Month Research Fellowship
The Armstrong Browning Library offers one-month research fellowships for scholars pursuing doctoral, post-doctoral, or equivalent research. Click below to learn more about application requirements and deadlines for the 2020-2021 academic year.
Apply for an ABL Three-Month Research Fellowship
Apply for an ABL Three-Month Research Fellowship
The Armstrong Browning Library is currently offering a three-month research fellowship to an established scholar in nineteenth-century studies for fall 2020. Select the button below to learn more and submit your application.
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