Cambridge Histories Online: Philosophy & Political Thought. [Rutgers Restricted Access]
Each volume of the Cambridge Histories includes authoritative narrative accounts by specialists and extensive bibliographies. The Philosophy Collection contains 8 titles covering topics in the history of philosophy, including Greek, Jewish, Christian, and Islamic thought from Antiquity to the present.
The catalogs listed below provide access to library resources beyond Rutgers University.
EZ-Borrow searches the catalogs of dozens of libraries in Pennsylvania and New Jersey and allows you to place your own interlibrary loan requests from those libraries. This is often faster than regular interlibrary loan, normally three to five working days. EZ-Borrow will also allow you to request books that Rutgers Libraries own, but are checked out.
This tool works like EZ-Borrow, but for the libraries of the Big Ten Academic Alliance. Search here for books not in EZ-Borrow.
A catalog of the holdings of all libraries in the Online Computer Library Center (OCLC), the largest library consortium in North America. Over 280 million titles from across the United States and beyond. Titles not held by Rutgers Libraries may be requested through interlibrary loan.
Karlsruhe Virtual Catalog (KVK)
The KVK allows you to search many library catalogs simultaneously including regional and union catalogs in Germany, Austria, and Switzerland, as well as most of the European national libraries and others around the world. Often better than WorldCat for newer publications.
Center for Research Libraries (CRL)
CRL in Chicago uses dues from member libraries like Rutgers to purchase special materials like foreign dissertations and microfilm holdings of newspapers and manuscripts. Rutgers staff, students and faculty are eligible for long-term interlibrary loans from CRL collections.
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