The Social Sciences Faculty Library is located in the Paradise area close to all social science departments. The library provides literature and information services within the social, behavioural and political sciences, including a comprehensive collection of gender literature. Below you will find some useful links, but please refer to the main Social Science Faculty Library page for more comprehensive information.
The library is open to students, researchers and the public. Students have access to all Lund University library systems, including the different campuses, and are welcome to sit and study in any of the libraries.
All students at Lund University are assigned a StiL-identity when they start. The StiL-identity is also used to log into the Student Portal and your student email. Once you receive your StiL you will be able to use the campus wifi, computers, printers and access library databases from off campus.
The Social Science Faculty Library has developed a subject guide for each subject within the faculty, follow the link below. The guides are aimed at students, researchers and teachers within the faculty, as a starting point for subject searches. The subject guides contain important links to databases and free resources, as well as academic writing and scholarly publications.
Referencing and other support
If you are unsure about which reference system to use, check with the department where you are writing your thesis, or your individual course coordinator. Here you will find useful Reference Management tools and software.
If you would like help and support with your academic writing, please contact the Academic Support Center at LU.
Students with disabilities
There is also library support available for students with disabilities.