The Berkeley Centre for the Humanities
The Berkeley Centre for the Humanities is a study facility in the basement of the Boole library, reserved for the use of Arts, Celtic Studies and Social Sciences postgraduate students. It is named after George Berkeley (1685-1753), the philosopher and former Bishop of Cloyne.
This space offers a reading room with 16 oversize reader places, and a smaller room which can be used for collaborative work on a 'first-come first-served basis'. The rooms provide a quiet work area with ample storage facilities and lockers. Wireless Internet Connection is available at the Centre. Please register your laptop with the Computer Centre.
Access to the Berkeley Centre
Please note that access is granted for a period of 12 months after which you must re-apply to renew your access priviliges.
Please click here regarding the opening hours for the boole library.