The Library is managed by:
URI's Division of Human Services
Robert E Sage, PhD, Senior Vice President
The Lewis E. Bingham National Domestic Violence Library and
Clearinghouse, located in the borough of Manhattan in New
York City, was established as a research library dedicated
to furthering additional research on domestic violence as
well as providing an informational resource for the general
public on the issue of domestic violence. Our collection includes
a variety of publications pertaining to domestic violence
and related topics, academic and professional journals, research
and evaluation studies, as well as informational pamphlets
and brochures. In addition, visitors can use the computer
facilities to conduct online research. Staff are available
to conduct training on domestic violence to a variety of audiences
Visiting hours are by appointment only. Please contact us
to arrange an appointment. You may either Email
Us or telephone us at 212-491-0725.
Hours of operation vary, so please call ahead to arrange an
appointment if you would like to visit the library.
You can access our list of holdings and abstracts of URI's
research publications and poster presentations, as well as
request reprints, either online or in person.