While his contemporaries were focusing on romantic landscapes, maverick Humbert de Superville created his own mythology in which giants ruled the world and Holland symbolised power and stability.
All toilet floors within the University Library will be recoated. Maintenance works will start on Monday, January 26th.
As of early January 2015, at the various locations of the Leiden University Libraries the LU-Card will be used for printing and photocopying.
Until March 22, 2015 you have access to the Filosofiebank.
From January 13 2015 the Catalogue also provides Altmetric scores for scholarly articles.
You now have access to Encyclopedia of Information Science and Technology (Third edition)
Newly available: The Current Digest of the Russian Press Digital Archive.
You now have access to Japan Chronicle Online.
The University Library is open between Christmas and New Year's, when other libraries are closed.
You now have access to the database Women and the Law (Peggy).
The button 'Old Catalogue' in the right hand menu bar on our website has been replaced by the new button 'Remote Access' to help you access our digital resources more easily from home.
You have access to Digital Loeb Classical Library till January 1, 2015.
On December 5th, the University Library and Library Learning Centre Campus The Hague are open as usual. The other libraries close at 16h00 due to the national celebration of 'Sinterklaas' eve.
Due to maintenance the Reading Room will close 10 December at 14:00 hours.
Browzine gives rapid access to the majority of scientific e-journals in our collections on your tablet: full text and always up-to-date.
Everyday life, populair music, the Caribbean and female islamic leidership. A series of 4 lectures to accompany the exhibition Investigating Indonesia in the University Library.
Learn how to best use your iPad when finding, saving, sharing, and annotating scholarly information during our @ppy hour on November 25.
A special discovery in Leiden University Library: Book historian Erik Kwakkel found a rare medieval bookmark. Worldwide we know of only 35 similar specimen.
Since July 1st, 2014, the KITLV library and collections are managed by Leiden University Libraries. Check out these recommendations to help you continue using the KITLV collections.
Newly available: Slavery & Anti-Slavery: A Transnational Archive .