Germaine Greer collection
The Germaine Greer Archive at the University of Melbourne comprises documents, photographs, books, magazines and born-digital audio, video and text media that document the life and career of Germaine Greer, a major figure in academic and popular culture in Australia and internationally.
Malcolm Fraser collection
The Malcolm Fraser Collection at the University of Melbourne comprises documents, photographs, books and other material relating to the life, family and career of the Rt Hon. Malcolm Fraser, Prime Minister of Australia from 1975 to 1983.
The University of Melbourne Archives is excited to announce the appointment of Lachlan Glanville as our first full-time continuing Digital Archivist, after a very competitive selection process. His new role combines mature knowledge of archival theory and systems with the skills of hands-on digital preservation and problem solving.News
For details on summer hours and closure over the Christmas and New Year period please visit the Reading Room Hours.News
Football Fever reigns in Melbourne this week! Yes, you guessed it, the University is closed on Friday 29th September so we can all go and see the parade. Our usual services will resume on Monday 2nd October.News
Les Dalton was a volunteer at UMA from the early 1990s to the 2000s. Les passed away in August and UMA would like to extend our condolences to his friends and family.News
Listen to Germaine Greer curator, Rachel Buchanan and Audio archivist, Kate Hodgetts discuss the audio recordings made by Greer herself, between 1984 and 2008.News
A selection of records and production posters from the La Mama archive is currently displayed on the ground floor of Arts West at the University of Melbourne.News
Researchers must now register to use University of Melbourne Archives material online.News
Over 58,000 cards from the Red Cross Missing, Wounded and Prisoner of War enquiry service from World War 2 are now available online.News
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Archives material is accessed via the Reading Room, located on the 3rd Floor of the Baillieu Library at the University's Parkville campus (see map below).
As material is held at an off-site repository it cannot be accessed immediately. If the request is lodged before 12pm material should be available in the Reading Room the following day, subject to confirmation. There is a limit of ten boxes or units per order.
Reading Room opening hours are available on their website. If you wish to speak to staff in the Reading Room, to change your visit date or any other matters please email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone +61 3 8344 5380.