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Augustinian Studies: Getting Started

The study of St. Augustine of Hippo (354-430 CE) from theological, philosophical, and historical perspectives.

Augustine's Confessons

Off Campus Access

ACCESSING ONLINE RESOURCES from OFF-CAMPUS

Online databases and electronic journals subscribed to by the UST Libraries are licensed for use by the St. Thomas community ONLY.  Because of this restriction, we need to verify that anyone accessing these databases is a current member of the St. Thomas community.

Augustine Page

Good online reference source: Encyclopedia of Religion

Websites

Introduction

This guide provides a number of useful resources. Use the tabs above to explore these resources.

  • Finding Books--search for print or electronic books, located in a library or online
  • Finding Articles--good places to start when searching for journal articles
  • Websites--links to websites that may provide supplementary material

Note: Many of the resources listed here are limited to use by members of  The University of St. Thomas community (faculty, staff and students). If you are using the Guide off-campus, it will ask for a brief login to identify yourself as a member of The University of St. Thomas community before you can use these resources.

Search Summon

Summon searches many (but not all) library resources simultaneously, including CLICnet.

For more focused searches, use databases by subject or Ask a Librarian.

WorldCat

WorldCat: national catalog that you can use in comprehensive searches to identify books and other materials on your topic

UST's InterLibrary Loan Service

To borrow materials one cannot find locally.

Videorecordings

FILMS, DVDs, STREAMING VIDEOS, and Visual Images

Housed in the O'Shaughnessy-Frey Library, the media collection includes videocassettes, DVDs, CD-ROMs, etc.  Its primary mission is in support of the University's curriculum and instruction.

Subject Guide

Curt LeMay
Contact:
Library Director / Theological Librarian
The Archbishop Ireland Memorial Library
Mail # IRL
Office - 101 Ireland Library
Library Liaison for Theology
Telephone: 651-962-5451
Fax: 651-962-5460
Website / Blog Page