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Dominican Studies Institute

DSI Library COVID-19 Updates

As of March 17, 2020

As per received guidelines, the CUNY DSI Archives and Library is closed to the public for the time being.

The City College Libraries continues to adjust policies and services in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Updates appear on the library website and research guides. Below are updates about access and hours.

Staff are available for virtual consultation via Zoom on a case-by-case basis.

For questions related to the library, please contact:

Sarah Aponte
Jhensen Ortiz
Matthew Santana

For questions related to the Archives, please contact:

Jessy Perez
Priscilla Mejia
General inquiries

Similar to our regular hours, staff are available between the hours of 9 AM and 5 PM, from Monday to Friday.

Dominican Studies Institute Library DSI library

The Library of the CUNY Dominican Studies Institute (DSI) is a unique non-circulating, highly specialized reference collection whose mission is to identify, acquire, organize, preserve and make available bibliographical sources documenting the Dominican experience in the United States and elsewhere.

The Dominican Library was started by its current and founding Chief Librarian Sarah Aponte with collections donated by the members of the Council of Dominican Educators. It opened officially in April 1994 with an outreach and request for donations from the academic community, community organizations, and individuals whose writings, research, or public activism dealt, directly or indirectly, with Dominicans in the United States.

The Library is now the largest specialized collection on Dominicans in the United States, and is widely consulted by local, national, and international researchers, writers, journalists, artists, students, teachers, community based organizations and government agencies interested in Dominican issues in the United States.

The Dominican Library is open to the public.

Library's resources may be found via the City College OneSearch Catalog and the digital collections.

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