A Center for Study and Publication
The Kierkegaard Library is a special collection that serves students, scholars and anyone interested in the writings and ideas of Søren Kierkegaard, the 19th-century Danish philosopher, and related thinkers.
The collection includes approximately 20,000 book volumes, some of which are a collection of editions matching those owned by Kierkegaard himself. The library also offers collections of periodical articles, newspaper articles, and archival materials related to Kierkegaard studies, the history of the Library, and the biographies of Howard and Edna Hong. As a study and publication center, the Library especially welcomes all with a serious interest in Kierkegaard research.
Consider spending research time in the library. Click on the Programs tab on the left for specific information on the various opportunities along with a list of scholars from all over the country and the world who will research and study in our library this summer.