The Carlos Museum Bookshop


GREAT READS from AROUND THE WORLD
 

For a limited time, the Bookshop is featuring a larger-than-usual selection of literary novels and memoirs from around the world for your spring and summer reading. Pick up the National Book award-winning Americanah (Nigeria), bestselling author Jumpa Lahiri's The Lowland (India), the incredible multivolume memoir My Struggle by Karl Ove Knausgaard (Norway), the category-defying novel Seiobo There Below (Hungary), and many many more adventurous international works. Books disappear fast, so hurry in to browse our selection!

Through January 30, 2015, please note that the Museum Bookshop is open Tuesday through Friday 10 am to 4 pm, Saturday 11am to 5pm, and Sunday 1pm to 5 pm.

ONLINE SHOPPING SITE     The Museum Bookshop now offers online shopping. The site features a selections of bestsellers, new and upcoming books and gifts, and specials that can be purchased through our online shopping cart system. The site will be constantly expanding and improving over the months ahead, but if you don't see what you want please call or email the shop directly. Click the button below or try the right-hand navigation links to begin shopping!

The Carlos Museum Bookshop stocks hundreds of titles on art, archaeology, history, and mythology for both adults and children, with an emphasis on the ancient cultures of Egypt, Greece, Rome, the Near East, the Americas, Asia, and Africa. To place an order for items not found on our online shopping site, you may still order directly from the bookshop: call 404-727-0509 or email mburell@emory.edu, or print out an order form.