Opening New Worlds to Researchers

As a continually growing series of collections, Early European Books (EEB) offers remarkable insights.

The subject matter in the twelve collections span pre-18th-century science, literature, history, theology, customs, geography, and much more. Watch the video and download the essay by Professor Andrew Pettegree, covering the relationship with the Universal Short Title Catalogue (USTC), challenges in the study of early print books, and the future of scholarship.

 

Dr. Arnesen Essay

Download the Case Study by Professor Pettegree, renowned British historian.

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Resources

The Impacts of Digital Collections Presentation

In partnership with Jisc and the Oxford Internet Institute.

Early English Books Online & Text Creation Partnership

The definitive online collection of early printed works in English before 1700.

 

 

Early European Books

The most comprehensive digitized collection of rare books and incunabula available online.

Religious History Resources

Religious History Resources

Extraordinary world-class content aligned to your institution’s curriculum.

Twentieth Century Religious Thought Library

The largest, most comprehensive resource for the study of 20th century religious thinkers.


Be sure to check out the blog posts on Early Modern History.