Projects of the Klassik Stiftung Weimar are funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) and the Free State of Thuringia, represented by the State Chancellery of Thuringia, Department of Culture and the Arts.
In our online catalogue you can search for books, magazines, digital media and much more.
Some of our holdings are already digitalised, which you will find in our digital collections.
We also offer special catalogues which which you can search for items in our special collections, such as the collection of family registers, the Goethe library and the music collection.
We recommend using the bibliographical databases if you are looking for literature on a specific topic, work or author. The search results often include source references to magazine articles and reviews.
In fact databases you can obtain information on companies, market data and genealogical research.
In full-text databases you can gain access to publications in their entirety in digital form. These include first and complete editions, journal essays and newspaper articles.
There are also a variety of electronic dictionaries and lexicons available online.
Is there any literature out there about a certain topic or author? You can find an answer to this question by searching bibliographies. By their nature, bibliographies list literature irrespective of their library location. They provide data based on thematic, geographical, linguistic and chronological criteria.
A distinguishing feature of the Herzogin Anna Amalia Bibliothek is its long tradition of creating bibliographies on German Classicism, on authors such as Friedrich Nietzsche and on the Faust literary complex.
You can use bibliographical databases to help advance your search.
In addition to bibliographical references, the following catalogues contain freely accessible online publications.
Specialised information services offer scholars and experts quick access to trade literature and research-relevant information. These portals are developed by German research libraries. The following is a selection of some helpful resource sites:
Complete listing of specialised information services for the sciences (FID), compiled by the Hamburg State and University Library Carl von Ossietzky: http://webis.sub.uni-hamburg.de/
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