Records from the Reformation Research Library, North America's most extensive collections of sixteenth century imprints in microform, have been added to our new library catalog.
Since 1986, Luther Seminary's Reformation Research Program has been building this collection of over 42,000 titles to meet the needs of researchers.
Thanks especially to Mary Ann Teske who spent countless hours doing some final cleanup as well as Ted Wilder, Director of the Office of Technology and Dr. Mary Jane Haemig, Director of the Reformation Research Program for working with the library to make this project possible.
Library Boxing Day 2
Monday, November 25
Library Annex (basement of Gullixson)
Please come and help us box donated books for distribution to global libraries and communities through our partnerships with Theological Book Network and Better World Books.
Twentieth Century Religious Thought is our latest trial database. We have access for the next few weeks (through November).
This collection includes materials related to key worldwide religious thinkers from the early 1900s until the turn of the 21st century. The collection reflects the increasingly global and pluralistic character of religious scholarship.
Learn more about Bonhoeffer, Gutierrez, Moltmann, Reuther, von Balthasar, and many others. Read them online. Take a look, and please send your feedback to email@example.com.
The classical worlds of Greece and Rome, eighteenth-century German philosophers, Asian artists from ancient times to the present, all are represented in the form of new dictionaries and encyclopedias now available in the library's growing collection of online reference resources. The new titles are:
The Oxford Companion to Classical Civilization
Dictionary of Eighteeth-Century German Philosophers
Benezit Dictionary of Asian Artists
Find them under Research & Resources, then click on Dictionaries and Encyclopedias to view the title list.
This week marks another milestone and set of transitions for our library catalog system which is available from the search box on our website
or directly at
1) All of our data has migrated to the new catalog. However, some of the most recent transactions (checkins and checkouts) have yet to be reflected in the new catalog. We plan to fully update these transactions in the new catalog by Monday, October 29th.
2) While the login will eventually be integrated with MyLutherNet, currently you can login to your library catalog account at
by clicking on set/reset password and entering your barcode (which will generate an email to you).
3) By Monday, October 29th, we will have updated the transactions and policies so that you can login into your account to check due dates, renew books, place holds, and directly recall books that are checked out