14:00 - 18:00, Monday through Friday
Christmas holidays: From 12.20.2019 to 01.05.2020
Summer holidays: From 07.24.2020 to 08.31.2020
REOPENING TO THE PUBLIC
The library will open on Monday, November 30. Depending on the health situation, opening hours to the public may be changed. Please write to firstname.lastname@example.org for any clarification.
Bibliothèque littéraire Jacques Doucet
8 place du Panthéon
RER : ligne B : Luxembourg
Bus : lignes 21, 27, 38, 84, 85, 89
TERMS OF ADMISSION
The Bibliothèque Littéraire Jacques Doucet is a last resort, cultural heritage library.
To use our reading rooms for the first time, you must register for a reader's pass and provide proof of scholarly, professional, or personal research, requiring the use of the materials conserved at the BLJD.
Reader’s passes or annual cards must be requested in-house at the reading room (8 place du Panthéon, 2nd floor), Monday through Friday, from 14:00 to 18:00, after an interview with a librarian. Please bring the following documents:
• a government-issued photo ID
• for annual cards, a recent photograph, and a 20 euro bill or check
• for scholarly research (students and Ph.D. candidates), a certificate from your tutor
• for professional research, a professional card or a letter from your employer
• for personal research, a cover letter
The library is also accessible to professors, researchers, students from l’Ecole des Chartes, Institut National du Patrimoine, ENSSIB, ENS, and members of cultural institutions upon presentation of a professional card.
No passes are delivered by mail.
The library has two reading rooms:
The reading room at 10, place du Panthéon (access by the Bibliothèque Sainte Geneviève's special collections room).
The reading room at the 8, place du Panthéon (2nd floor).
According to the requested documents' pressmarks, the reader will have to go in one or the other reading room.
You cannot request more than 10 documents per day. Place reservations and requests must be filed on site or by email at email@example.com, no later than the day before. Manuscripts and letters might be subject to third-party rights and cannot be consulted without the author’s heirs' written permission.