The James L. Stamps Theological Library, located in the Duke Academic Complex, houses the university library collections in the areas of biblical studies, theology, philosophy, church history, and ethics.
The collection currently numbers approximately 60,000 volumes, including a specialized denominational collection reflecting the rich traditions of the university's Christian heritage, and is supplemented through several consortial arrangements.
The Stamps Theological Library is an institutional member of the American Theological Library Association (ATLA) and a member of the regional Southern California Theological Library Association (SCATLA) consortium.
James L. Stamps Theological Library Blog
Intended to provide "Resources and Updates on Faith and Scholarship," the Stamps Theological Library blog includes updates on new books, survey, web and database resources, films, etc. You can view and subscribe to the blog by visiting http://stampstheologicallibrary.wordpress.com/ (link opens in a new window).
Facilities and Services
- Computer workstations (PC)
- Printers and photocopiers (Cougar Bucks only)
- APU wireless network access