Library catalogue interfaces

The University Library catalogue includes:

  • all printed books published from 1978 onwards, with the exception of Official Publications
  • all print journals
  • all electronic journals
  • maps catalogued since August 2000
  • Microfilm, fiche and audiovisual materials after 1977
  • sheet music and recorded music catalogued after 1990
  • Some Affiliated Libraries: all printed books and journals in:
    • Betty and Gordon Moore library
    • Medical library
    • Squire Law library

The theses catalogue includes:

  • ThesesDoctor of Philosophy (PhD.), from 1970 onwards
    Doctor of Medicine (MD) and Master of Surgery (MChir) theses from May 2006 onwards
  • Other Manuscripts
    The Catalogue contains collection-level records of a small proportion of the Library's manuscript holdings, together with some more detailed descriptions of particular collections.

The departments and faculties A-E catalogue includes:

  • African Studies Centre Library
  • ( Anatomy School Library collections now held in Physiology Library )
  • Applied Economics Department Library
  • Architecture and History of Art Library
  • ( Asian and Middle Eastern Studies - formerly Oriental Studies, is located in the Departments and Faculties O-Z catalogue )
  • Institute of Astronomy Library
  • Botanic Gardens: Cory Library
  • Biochemistry: Colman Library
  • Chemistry Library
  • Chemical Engineering Library
  • Classical Faculty Library
  • Computer Laboratory Library
  • Criminology: Radzinowicz Library
  • Divinity Faculty Library
  • Earth Sciences Library>
  • Education Faculty Library
  • English Faculty Library
  • Psychology Library

The departments and faculties F-M catalogue covers the following libraries:

  • Centre for International Law
  • Fitzwilliam Museum
  • Genetics Library
  • Geography Library
  • Haddon Library
  • Judge Business School Library
  • Language Centre
  • Marshall Library of Economics
  • Material Science & Metallurgy Library
  • Mill Lane Library
  • Modern and Medieval Languages Library

The departments and faculties O-Z covers the following libraries:

  • Asian and Middle Eastern Studies (formerly Oriental Studies)
  • Pathology Library
  • Pendlebury Library of Music
  • Philosophy Library
  • Physiology Library (holds former Anatomy collections)
  • Plant Sciences
  • Social and Political Sciences Library
  • Rayleigh Library
  • Scott Polar Research Institute Library
  • Seeley Historical Library
  • South Asian Studies Library
  • Veterinary Library
  • Whipple Library
  • Zoology Library

The colleges A-N catalogue covers the following libraries:

  • Christ's College
  • Churchill College
  • Clare College: Forbes Mellon Library
  • Corpus Christi College
  • Darwin College
  • Emmanuel College
  • Fitzwilliam College
  • Girton College
  • Gonville & Caius College
  • Homerton College
  • Hughes Hall
  • Jesus College
  • King's College
  • Lucy Cavendish College
  • Magdalene College
  • New Hall
  • Newnham College

The colleges P-W covers the following libraries:

  • Pembroke College
  • Peterhouse (Perne Library - rare material only)
  • Queens' College
  • Robinson College
  • Selwyn College
  • Sidney Sussex College
  • St Catharine's College
  • St Edmund's College
  • St John's College
  • Trinity College
  • Trinity Hall
  • Wolfson: Lee Library

Other libraries associated with the University:

  • Ancient India & Iran Trust
  • Blackfriars
  • British Antarctic Survey
  • Cambridge Arctic Shelf Programme
  • Cambridge Theological Federation
  • Cambridge Union Society
  • Institute of Technology
  • Molecular Biology
  • Needham Res.Inst.: East Asian History of Science
  • Tyndale House
  • Westfield House

Janus archive catalogue:

Janus provides access to more than 1800 catalogues of archives held throughout Cambridge, including many in the University. The work is in progress, with new catalogues being added regularly. Please visit often to see the latest additions. If you are using Janus for the first time, you may wish to read our information for new users before exploring further.