The Casey Library
The Library aims to support the needs and objectives of the AIIA. The Casey Library is a small, specialised library located in the AIIA National Headquarters, Canberra with holdings in the areas of international affairs and foreign relations. The Library is available for reference to all AIIA members, and to other interested persons by arrangement. Donations, financial or otherwise, to enable the library to expand its services and collections are welcomed.
Currently access is via arrangement with National Office during ordinary business hours. The collection has being progressively catalogued and is available online. Thanks are due to the work of volunteer librarianas Ann Parkinson and Pamela Harris in improving access to the collection.
We have enjoyed the great fortune of having several kind contributors to our library, who have generously donated many fine books, journals and other materials. Our contributors have thus far been Sir Ian Clunies Ross, Daniel Philip McElligott, Sir Alan Watt, Sir Laurence McIntyre, Kate Webb, Dr John Ravenhill, and, of course, Lord Richard Gavin Gardiner Casey. Read about our contributors, and their donations.
Books from Casey Library available to AIIA members
As part of improvements to the Casey Library at Stephen House, the Australian Institute of International Affairs’ National Office would like to offer AIIA members a number of books that are duplicates or do not fit collections policy. Books are available for the cost of postage to current AIIA members.
We would like to offer to our members a number of duplicate books we sorted out from our National Office Library.
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