The Social Sciences Faculty Library has a number of resources for people interested in searching for information within our subject areas.

 

Students in the computer room, Photo: Johan Bävman

Finding the right material

LUBsearch is the shared access point for both electronic and printed material at Lund University. Large parts of the electronic material are available in full text and a student or LU account allows you to access this from wherever you are.

LUBsearch - discovery system for printed and electronic resources

If you know within which subject you are searching for information, try taking a search route via our subject guides. If you are interested in finding material of a particular type, such as books, daily newspapers or doctoral theses, you can choose to search by material type.

Subject guides - relevant resources within our disciplines

LUBcat contains information on printed material such as books, journals and reports, but also e-books. Here you can also see which library at Lund University holds the material and whether it is available for loan. You can request material from one library within Lund University and pick it up at another.

LUBcat - the library catalogue

Can’t find what you are looking for?

If you can’t find what you need, we can help you. Visit the library’s information desk, book an appointment with a librarian or contact us via email. We are here to help!

Book a librarian

If we don’t have what you are looking for, you can request material from elsewhere in the world by interlibrary loan via the Social Sciences Faculty Library.

Interlibrary loan

You are also welcome to submit purchasing suggestions for books which are not available at the library.

Purchasing suggestions