Libraries of the Faculties of Humanities and Theology

The Faculties of Humanities and Theology | Lund University

Interlibrary Loans

Interlibrary loan service for the Faculties of Humanities and Theology

Active students and staff at the Faculties of Humanities and Theology can request interlibrary loans of material not found at Lund University Libraries.

Students and staff at other faculties are requested to turn to their own faculty/departmental library.

All Faculty / Department Libraries

  • Interlibrary loans from Scandinavian countries are free of charge.
  • Loans from outside Scandinavia are always charged.
  • Journals can not be borrowed, but article copies can be ordered at a charge.

Only interlibrary loans of material that is intended for study or research purposes can be made through the Libraries of the Faculties of Humanities and Theology. If you want to request interlibrary loans of material for other purposes we advise you to contact your public library.

Interlibrary loans can be ordered in two ways:

Request directly from LIBRIS User-Initiated Interlibrary Loans


A book, found in LIBRIS, may be requested directly from the catalogue record. Before you make your first request, you must create an account in LIBRIS:

Create an account - LUX Library
Create an account - SOL Library

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How to make a request

Request with library’s own order form

For books not found in LIBRIS and for article copies.

Order forms for interlibrary loans to the Faculties of Humanities and Theology

Loan of audiovisual media

The Swedish Media Database (SMDB) is a search service for the audiovisual collections at the National Library of Sweden (KB). The database contains information about TV, radio, video, movies presented in theaters, CDs, and multimedia. The SMDB covers most Swedish broadcasts and publications since 1979, but also contains older material.

Audiovisual recordings needed for research projects, may be requested  directly from the Swedish Media Database. The research project must first be approved by the National Library.