The library has a set of recordings of lectures and speeches by prominent local and visiting theologians. We are presenting these (for library use only, for the moment) from our new digital repository. Click here to learn more .
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Friday 22nd December: 9:00am to 3:30pm.
Monday 25th December to Friday 5th January: Closed.
Monday 8th January to Friday 23rd February: 9:00am to 5:00pm Monday to Friday.
Extended hours will recommence for 1st Semester 2018 on Monday 26th February.
The British ecumenist and Bonhoeffer scholar, Keith Clements, has recently published a memoir in which he describes a visit he made to Melbourne in 2006, and gives the following mention of the DML.
"It was wonderful to be living next to a good theological library while ten minutes walk away next to Ormond College was the Dalton McCaughey Library, the finest theological library I have ever seen after that in Union Seminary, New York."
Professor Clements' new memoir is Look back in hope: an ecumenical life, published by Resource Publications of Eugene, Oregon. Find it in the Library at JR22 C626 .
Go here for a report on the World Council of Churches website of the launch of Professor Clements' book at the Ecumenical Centre in Geneva in September.
The problem seems to be fixed. Please contact library staff if you have trouble accessing any of the ebooks.
The library has temporarily lost access to ebooks from one of our ebook platforms. Unfortunately these ebooks were selected with coursework units in mind. We are trying to rectify the situation as quickly as possible, but please be aware that for most of these titles we also have print copies, often in the Reserve collection, so that borrowers may copy or scan relevant chapters. Online students may contact library staff on 93408888 or email@example.com to request book chapters to be sent to them (as photocopies or electronically) free of charge.
We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause.