Research & Instruction
The Armstrong Browning Library’s collections are available to all—graduate and undergraduate students, post-doctoral scholars, and the general public. For those who desire a quiet and elegant reading area but are not requesting the use of Armstrong Browning Library materials, a large and comfortable study hall is available on the main (second) floor in the John Leddy-Jones Research Hall.
The Armstrong Browning Library also welcomes requests for tours and class visits from Baylor credit courses and continuing education courses, other higher education institutions, K-12 schools and camps, adult education courses, and other small groups.
Search the Collections
Explore a variety of ways to explore the research holdings of the Armstrong Browning Library.
Use the Collections
Everything researchers need to know about using resources at Armstrong Browning Library.
The Brownings: A Research Guide
This online resources facilitates the study of the works and lives of Robert and Elizabeth Barrett Browning.
Leverage the resources of Armstrong Browning Library for your courses or field of study.
Through the generosity of the Brown Foundation, the Armstrong Browning Library is pleased to house an academic chair at Baylor University for a scholar-in-residence in Browning studies or Victorian literature and culture.
Fellowships & Internships
The Armstrong Browning Library encourages research through a series of fellowships and internships.
Conferences & Symposia
Conferences and Symposia hosted by the Armstrong Browning Library.
The Nineteenth Century Research Seminar (19CRS) joins with Baylor University’s English department, the Armstrong Browning Library, and other academic departments of Baylor University provide an interdisciplinary forum for faculty and graduate students in and outside of Baylor to present original research in all areas of nineteenth-century studies.