This page is intended to help you get started with conducting research in Architecture and related disciplines at Princeton University. The navigation tabs above will take you to additional pages with information for undergraduate students enrolled in architecture classes, juniors, senior essay writers, studio groups, graduate students, and faculty. By clicking on the "Research Specific Topics" or "Individual Course Pages," you will find additional pages with related research resources.
As the director of the Architecture Library and the subject specialist for Architecture, my role is to assist in your studies and research in the fields of architecture, design, urban studies, and related subfields. If you are taking an architecture class for the first time or are about to embark on a new research topic, contact me! I can help you develop your research strategies, hone your questions, and incorporate the collections and services of Princeton University Library and our many partner institutions.
Is there something you don't see in our collection and would like to use in your research? Do you have questions about the library system or our services? Let me know. I am here to help.
- Gabriella Karl-Johnson, Architecture Librarian