Articles and Journals
At the Libraries of the Faculties of the Humanities and Theology, we have both printed and electronic journals and articles. These can usually be found via LUBcat and LUBsearch. Please feel free contact us if you have any questions.
Journals at the HT Libraries
At the library or via our search systems students and teachers at Lund University have access to a wide range of journals in both printed and electronic format.
The three largest Swedish newspapers (DN, SvD and Sydsvenskan) are available to read in the library at the SOL- and the LUX Library. We save old numbers for about a week.
Newspapers in some other languages are available at SOL-library, these can be found in the Periodicals Section.
Other newspapers, or older newspapers, may be available in the University Library’s collections. Some newspapers can also be read electronically via the database Retriever Research.
At the Asia-, SOL- and LUX Library there are a number of different scientific printed journals. These can be found at each libraries Periodicals Section and you may read them and copy from them in the library.
You can also find journals of a more popular scientific nature and at SOL library there are also newspapers and pleasure reading in the languages that are taught in the building.
Printed journals by subject
Archaeology, Ethnology and History
Area Studies and Human Rights
- Central and Eastern European Studies
- East and South-East Asian Studies
- Human Rights
- Middle Eastern Studies
Culture and Information Studies
- Archival Studies
- Book History
- Book Publishing - Design and Marketing
- Intermedia Studies
- Library and Information Studies
- Germanic languages (general)
- Middle Eastern languages (general)
- Romance languages (general)
- Slavic languages (general)
Media and Communication Studies
You can search for articles among our e-journals using LUBsearch. Log in with your Lucat or Student Account to access the material from home.
You can find all e-journals that the libraries at Lund University subscribe to, via ePublications. Use the direct links to access the content. Do take a look at our Subject Guides for tips on journals relevant to your particular area of study.