This guide is intended for students and researchers studying Old Norse-Icelandic at the University of Oxford, although any students or researchers working in this field may find it useful.
Use this guide to find out about the English Faculty Library’s collections and eresources applicable to those studying Old Norse-Icelandic language and literature.
The Faculty of English at the University of Oxford is one of the UK's foremost centres for teaching and research in Old Norse and Icelandic language and literature. The English Faculty Library houses a rich collection of printed material relating to Old Norse-Icelandic studies and eresource provision is currently being expanded in this area.
All our holdings are listed on SOLO, the Bodleian Libraries' online catalogue.
As part of its special collections, the English Faculty Library houses a number of discrete Old Norse-Icelandic collections. While some of the items in these collections can be borrowed, access is staff mediated. Additional information is available at the link below and on the collections page of this guide.
The English Faculty Library is seeking to expand its provision of eresources for Old Norse-Icelandic language and literature in step with the Bodleian Libraries e-first policy. More information about ebooks, ejournals and free online resources applicable to the study of Old Norse-Icelandic language and literature is available on the eresources page of this guide.
A number of other libraries may be relevant to your area of study. Visit the link below for a full list or see the collections page of this guide.