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Lonergan Studies Collection
Lonergan Research Institute Library

Subjects
Lonergan, Bernard F.J.; Theology; Philosophy; Methodology

History
The Jesuits of Upper Canada donated the major portion of this collection. The collection is augmented by items purchased from regular operating funds as well as an annual fund-raising campaign.

Description
The aim of this collection is to comprehensively acquire all works by and about Bernard J. F. Lonergan. The collection contains monographs, serials, audiotapes, theses, and unpublished papers of Lonergan.

Language
The material is not restricted according to language and all translations are collected. English, French, German, Italian, Polish, Spanish, Portuguese, Danish, Chinese, Japanese, and Latin works are included.

Holdings
1,000 monographs; 3 serials; 300 audiotapes; Bernard Lonergan's personal files, books, card indices, etc.

Bibliographic Access
Except for some of the archival material, the collection is catalogued using the Institute's own classification scheme. The uncatalogued archival material is accessible, although some physical restrictions apply.

Physical Access
The collection is open to the public. Only qualified and recommended researchers are admitted to the archives. For further information about the collection visit: http://www.lonergan-lri.ca/.

Interlibrary Loan: No.

Reprography: Yes.

Reference Assistance: Yes.

Publications Describing Collection
A Lonergan studies newsletter has been published quarterly since 1980. The Institute holds most of the items described in this bibliographical newsletter.