Research Libraries, Institutes, and Centers
Armstrong Browning Library and Museum
Baylor's world-renowned library and museum that features the largest collection of writings and artifacts from the poets Robert and Elizabeth Barrett Browning as well as other important resources from the Victorian era.
Arts and Special Collections Research Center
This interdisciplinary Center is home to resources and services for research and performance in music, art, theater, and special collections in all disciplines.
Institute for Oral History
Recording and preserving oral histories since 1970, Baylor's Institute for Oral History has a strong reputation for multidisciplinary outreach, providing professional leadership, education, and research resources.
Keston Center for Religion, Politics, and Society
Affiliated with Oxford's Keston Institute, this research archive and library curates the world’s most comprehensive artificially assembled collection of materials on religious persecution under communist and other totalitarian regimes.
Moody Library Special Collections
Home to rare and unique resources from a 4th century facsimile to recently published artist books, this collection covers a wide range of disciplines in rare books, manuscripts, scholars’ libraries, early printed music, and more.
W. R. Poage Legislative Library
Our congressional research center with materials from congresspersons and other political figures from Texas and the nation.
The Texas Collection and University Archives
Located on Baylor's historic Quadrangle, this library collects, preserves, and provides access to materials documenting the history, heritage, and culture of Texas and Baylor University.