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Faculty of Divinity


Student in Divinity Library (June 2017) ; photographed by Chris (Kip) Loades.

Below are some links to help you begin your research. If you need any assistance, do not hesitate to contact the Divinity Faculty library by e-mail or in person.

Research Skills

There are a number of courses to support graduate students, some of them are organised by Divinity Library staff, others are on offer to all grad students, or students in the Arts and Humanities School.


Inter-Library Loans

  • The University Library offers an Inter-Library Loans Service which provides access to material not held within Cambridge. If you can't find the book or journal article that you need, contact Inter-Library Loans to see if we can help track it down.


  • The University holds a wealth of online resources which can be accessed at eresources@cambridge.
  • A very brief overview of electronic resources is available on our Libguide for TRS.

Repositories / Archives

  • Apollo: Apollo (formerly called DSpace@Cambridge) is the institutional repository of the University of Cambridge. The repository was established in 2003 to facilitate the deposit of digital content of a scholarly or heritage nature, allowing academics and their departments at the University to share and preserve this content in a managed environment.
  • JANUS: Archives within the University of Cambridge may be searched using the JANUS catalogue. They include the British and Foreign Bible Society's Library.
  • Images of several of the University Library's important collections are available online. They include the Gutenberg Bible Digital Facsimile.
  • The archives held in other UK Universities can be found in the Archives Hub. The catalogues of other manuscript collections can be searched using the National Archives website.


 Current Awareness

  • ticTOCs: a service where you 'tick' selected tables of contents (TOCs) of interest from an online directory of thousands of feeds. It provides access to the most recent tables of contents of over 13,000 scholarly journals from more than 600 publishers.
  • ZETOC: provides access to the British Library's Electronic Table of Contents of around 20,000 current journals and around 16,000 conference proceedings published per year. The database covers 1993 to date, and is updated on a daily basis. It includes an email alerting service, to enable you to keep up-to-date with relevant new articles and papers.

Reference Management Tools