Princeton Theological Seminary

Princeton Theological Seminary

Wright Library, Princeton Theological Seminary

Theodore Sedgwick Wright Library at Princeton Theological Seminary is among the world’s most comprehensive theological research libraries serving both the Seminary and the global community. Wright Library strengthens teaching, inspires learning, broadens access, fosters research, embraces change, and advances and preserves knowledge, in support of the Seminary’s mission. Shaped by two centuries of development, Wright Library embraces its role at the intersection of the theological record and the community of scholars; continues Princeton Seminary’s commitment to build collections of depth; and promotes an environment of broad access to the theological heritage. With over 1.2 million print and electronic books and journals in its general collections, a digital library (Theological Commons) of more than 150,000 resources, a robust Special Collections and Archives department, and an inspiringly beautiful building, Wright Library is a heavily utilized resource.

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Gregory Murray