Materials from one of Georgetown’s flagship research collections, the Bioethics Research Library, are now available for intercampus loan. The collection, part of the Kennedy Institute of Ethics, is the world’s most comprehensive bioethics library.
For the first time ever, Georgetown patrons can check out items from this collection. Materials available for check out include books in the Bioethics stacks, items from the Kampelman collection of Jewish Ethics, and selected items from the Islamic Medical and Scientific Ethics collection.
To locate materials, search the main Georgetown University library online catalog, using the location “Bioethics KIE Library.” You may borrow items that have “available” status listed in the catalog. Use the InterCampus Book Loan service to have the items delivered to either the Williams Law Library or the Wolff International Law Library.
As with other Lauinger databases, you can access these remotely, from the Law Campus or home. Please contact a reference librarian if you need assistance with this collection.