Institute of Art History

Library at the Institute of Art History

Reference library with lending over the weekends

Contact:
Barbara Müller (Diplom-Bibliothekarin), Room 110, Tel. +49 (0)7071 29-78552, barbara.mueller[at]uni-tuebingen.de
Antonia Falkenberg (Student Assistant), Room 110, Tel. +49 (0)7071 29-78552

Library Supervisors:
Constanze Borchert, Loredana Columbo, Bernadette Koschinski, Franziska Nieberle (Student Assistants), Tel. +49 (0)7071 29-72383

Office hours of the library supervisors during the winter semester 2019/20 (October 15, 2019, until February 08, 2020):

Monday to Friday from 09 - 12 a.m. and 1 - 3 p.m.

Books can be borrowed from Friday until Monday from the library supervisors.

User Regulations

See the framework user regulations for the University of Tübingen’s library system.
By entering the Institute’s library and, at the same time, the Institute of Art History, you recognize the user regulations.

Opening Hours

Monday to Friday from 08 a.m. until 10 p.m.

Borrowing Material over the Weekend

Friday 9 a.m. - noon and 1 - 3 p.m. (Returns: Monday by noon)
The Institute of Art History has a non-lending library. However, it is possible to borrow books over the weekend. The Institute relies on its users returning the books on time so that they can be used again at the latest on the next working day. Books from the semester book collections (Semesterapparat) cannot be borrowed.
During the semester, you can only borrow and return books from the Art History Library at the Institute of Art History’s information desk (in the hallway).

Late Returns

If you do not return books on time, the library director reserves the right to take further steps (e.g. prohibiting you from borrowing books). Late fees may be assessed.

Copier (Room 118)

It is only possible to copy from books to a limited extent.

Focus Areas of the Library

Stock of Literature

Catalogues

OPAC for the Library at the Institute of Art History - here you can research all new books. The older books in stock are continually being added to this catalogue. Currently, 90% of the library's stock is included in OPAC and can be researched. The older books of the following classification groups still need to be added: YA, YP (auction catalogues), ...f (titles in the folio section).

The following card catalogues are still valid for the older books in the classification groups listed above:

In the Institute’s hallway, there are two computers that can be used for OPAC research work.

Orientation in the Library

You can find more information about the structure, holdings, and how to use the library from:

Library tours take place at the start of each semester and new students are strongly encouraged to participate. You can find the tour dates on the events page.