About the Project

What is the Geneva Graduate Institute Digital Collections project?
The Geneva Graduate Institute launched the Digital Collections project in October 2015, digitising hundreds of historical books, archives, manuscripts, and photographs in the Institute’s Library collections. In 2023,
oral history audio recordings were added to this online library. 

These materials are accessible in high definition. This service aims to provide free access to the rare resources of the Library, with a focus on international relations.

Who can use the Digital Collections website?
These collections are open to everyone and can be freely printed and downloaded.

About copyright. How to credit the materials found in the Digital Collections?
Our collections have no known copyright restrictions. This means that the Library is not aware of any copyright restrictions on the material shown, either because the Library owns the copyright and has chosen to waive it, or because the copyright has expired, or because no evidence of copyright restrictions has been found. Please write to
library@graduateinstitute.ch if you have any information about rights holders that we are not aware of.

To cite a document, please include at least the author’s name, date, title of the document, original library, and permalink. 

For example:
Yarrow, Ernest A. 1918. American Committee for Armenian and Syrian Relief in the Caucasus [Diary of Photographs]. Mr Mansfield Private Collection.