German : About the Collection

About the German Studies Collection

The Library's support of German Studies at Berkeley includes campus programs covering all periods and aspects of German linguistics and literature; the history of the German-speaking peoples from the earliest period to the present; as well as the politics, philosophy, sociology and cultural achievements of these populations. Berkeley's German Studies programs have been consistently ranked in the top echelon of such programs in the United States, and the Library strives to collect broadly and deeply across disciplinary lines in support of them.

In addition to its general collections of German Studies materials in the Main Stacks, the Library also has numerous special collections from and about Germany. One such body of materials in The Bancroft Library is the Fruchtbringende Gesellschaft collection, which documents the life and works of the members of Germany's first literary society. 

 

Recent Acquisitions

A list of monographic titles cataloged or recataloged within the previous 60 days is available by clicking this link:  Recent Acquisitions.

Purchase Recommendation Form

If you'd like to recommend an item to be added to the collection, please use the Purchase Recommendation Form.

 

 

Contact

Jean McKenzie
Contact:
255 Doe Library
UC Berkeley, #6000
510 643-0634

Library help in German studies

Questions about German-language materials or German-related subjects in the libraries can also be directed to german@lists.berkeley.edu.

Copyright © 2014 The Regents of the University of California. All rights reserved. Except where otherwise noted, this work is subject to a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial 4.0 License.