Library is open to the University of Alberta community, as well as to the general public. Library materials do not circulate.
BMUFA Library is a research library of the Bohdan Medwidsky Ukrainian Folklore Archives. It consists of various publications on folklore theory and methods, Ukrainian folklore, arts, dance, history, as well as various publications related to Ukrainian Canadian history and community life.
Geographical and cultural context
Mandates/Sources of authority
Records management and collecting policies
Finding aids, guides and publications
Monday - Friday 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm or by appointment
Access conditions and requirements
The main library collection is open stacks, which allows users to browse and choose items to use.
Special collection library contains old and/or rare publications, as well as commercial musical recordings, and is closed stacks. BMUFA staff will be able to retrieve items for you to use.
There is a space available for public use of the library materials. Patrons can use their laptops. Free UofA Guest wifi available.
There is also a public computer available for users on a first come first served basis.