Description of collection:
The Woolf Institute Library's holdings form a discrete, highly specialised collection, a significant part of which explore aspects of Jewish-Christian-Muslim relations. Increasingly, the Library's collections are expanding to reflect the more specialist foci of its research community. Material includes key reference works on theology / religion, historical background, Jewish, Christian and Muslim philosophical texts, core texts on aspects of Middle Eastern history, socio-political titles, the Arts and current studies allied to the interests of the Institute's academic and research community.
Any current member of the Cambridge Theological Federation and the University of Cambridge may use the Woolf Institute Library during opening hours (Monday-Friday from 09:00-17:00). Following the rules, they can borrow books using their CTF or University card.
Members of the Cambridge Muslim College enjoy year round reading rights and external researches are welcome to use our Library for reference only provided they write in advance of their first visit to the Subject Librarian. Further information is available online.