Brill ebooks ‘r’ us

Are you tired of carrying around a ton of books on your research topic? If so, Brill can help alleviate the problem if you’re studying Asian studies, biblical studies, ancient near east and early Christianity, classical studies, European history and culture, language and linquistics, Middle East and Islamic studies, religious studies, theology and philosophy, or social sciences. The Andersen Library recently added 1,324 Brill ebooks from between 2007 and 2010. You can find a list of these books by doing a keyword search in HALCAT for: Brill0? (that’s a zero) or Brill2?. You can also use the Brill link on the alphabetical list of indexes and databases to get to the database.

These ebooks come to us courtesy of a deal between Brill, UW-Madison, and the CIC.
They are just a small part of the 58,000+ books we have online, including those from NetLibrary, Safari Tech Books, Gale Virtual Reference Library and more. We hope you find them a useful addition to our collections.

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About Martha

Martha is a Reference & Instruction Librarian and the liaison to the Biological Sciences, Computer Science, Languages and Literatures, Mathematics, and Physics Departments
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