Library expands supply of digital resources

8 May 2020

Want to read one of the more than 500 volumes of the Loeb Classical Library? Study the recently published titles Oxford handbook of Karl Barth (2019) or Wiley Blackwell companion to Karl Barth (2020)? Do you prefer to read the works of Dietrich Bonhoeffer (German or English)? Or consult the Hebrew and Aramaic Lexicon of the Old Testament? This is all possible from your home office.


Over the past few weeks we have enriched our library catalogue WorldCat Discovery with tens of thousands of eBooks and digital resources. Those looking for relevant literature for a lecture, article or thesis can contact the library. In most cases we can make the requested book available in the library catalogue within a day. On the website you will find an up-to-date overview of digital resources and literature databases. Still need a physical book from the reading room or depot? Read the FAQs about the library service or send us an email!  


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