Chill with the Brill… 2014 Humanities & Social Sciences ebooks now available

Brill bannerThe University Library is pleased to announce that University of Cambridge users can now access Brill Online’s 2014 published ebook titles across the following 8 Humanities & Social Sciences subjects. This collection will increase as new titles are published throughout the year.

Asian Studies

Biblical Studies, Ancient Near East & Early Christianity

Classical Studies

European History & Culture

Language & Linguistics

Middle East & Islamic Studies

Religious Studies, Theology & Philosophy

Social Sciences

These titles are available with unlimited concurrency and can be accessed both on campus and if you are away from Cambridge (with a Raven login). MARC records will be loaded into LibrarySearch as soon as possible and there will be monthly updates.

If you click on the ebooks tab tab you can sort Brill’s ebooks by Title A-Z or Newest Titles First, and filter them by subject. Owned content is marked with a owned icon icon and open access content with a oa icon icon.

read onlineYou can open whole books or chapters which display as pop ups in your browser, and by right-clicking you can search in these or print. By clicking on Open in New Window at the top of the pop-up, the document will open as a PDF file which you can print, save or convert to a different format. You can download these PDFs to e-readers, including Kindles.

open PDF

You can also access the Brill Online platform from the ebooks@cambirdge collections web page, along with hints and tips.

If you have any questions or comments about Brill ebooks please contact the ebooks team on ebooks@lib.cam.ac.uk

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