The John M. Kelly Library is the largest federated college library at UofT and one of more than forty libraries at the university. With large humanities, social science, and DVD collections, new study spaces and workstations, and a range of services for students and faculty–-including our Research & Writing Help, Personal Librarian, Syllabus, and Kelly InfoExpress services–-the Kelly Library is an academic hub for St. Mike’s and the wider university community.
Kelly Library collections support undergraduate students in all disciplines but are especially strong in the areas of Catholic theology, European literature, the Middle Ages, and history. Other areas of note include Celtic languages, book history, media studies, Irish history, philosophy, and religious studies. In addition to our circulating collection, we also have a range of archival, manuscript, and rare books special collections documenting the works of such figures as philosopher Marshall McLuhan, novelist Sheila Watson, and writer G.K. Chesterton, among others.
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