News

You can see what's on reserve for your spring 2015 courses by clicking the the 'Reserves Search' link and searching either by name of instructor(s) or by course number. If there's an item that isn't listed, check the catalog as the item may be in the process of being ordered, processed or recalled from a patron. Note to faculty: if there is no record in the catalog for the item, contact us at infocommons@jkmlibrary.org and we'll get it on reserve asap.

We're happy to announce the addition of the new JSTOR Religion & Theology collection to the list of those digital resources to which JKM subscribes. Journal titles in the new collection include:

  • Biblica
  • Church History
  • Harvard Theological Review
  • History of Religions
  • Islamic Studies
  • Jewish Quarterly Review
  • Journal of Biblical Literature
  • Journal of Feminist Studies in Religion
  • Journal of Korean Religions
  • Journal of Presbyterian History (1997-)
  • Journal of Qur'anic Studies
  • Journal of Theological Studies
  • Near Eastern Archaeology
  • Neotestamentica
  • New Blackfriars
  • Novum Testamentum
  • Soundings: An Interdisciplinary Journal
  • Vetus Testamentum
  • Vigiliae Christianae
  • Zeitschrift für Theologie und Kirche

More information about the Religion & Theology collection, as well as a complete listing of all journal titles included, is available here.



 

About the library
About the library

The JKM Library serves the students, faculty and staff of the Lutheran School of Theology at Chicago and McCormick Theological Seminary. The JKM in our name was — from 1975 to 2004 — an initialism for Jesuit-Krauss-McCormick: Jesuit from the Jesuit School of Theology, which closed in 1981; Krauss from the Krauss Library, the original name of the merged collection when LSTC moved to Hyde Park in 1967; and McCormick for McCormick Theological Seminary, which joined the Jesuits and LSTC in the Hyde Park neighborhood in 1975). In 2004, in an agreement worked out with the Chicago Province of the Society of Jesus, the name Jesuit was dropped, and we became officially known as the JKM Library.