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Humanities and Social Sciences Library in Georg Sverdrups hus

Welcome to the Humanities and Social Sciences Library in Georg Sverdrups hus. You'll find us in the middle of Blindern campus. Photo: Sophie Barth/UiO

Opening hours

Contact us

Georg Sverdrups hus
Moltke Moes vei 39

Tlf: +47-22844050

E-mail:humsam-biblioteket@ub.uio.no

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Reading and group study areas

Find a reading room, a place where your study group can meet or a special purpose room.

Printing, copying and scanning

Both printing and copying is available in the library. A scanner for both books and documents is available at Level 1. 

Get help - Reference Services

Contact the reference desk, make an appointment with a subject specialist, or use our services Book a Librarian and Ask a Librarian.

Collections

The Humanities and Social Sciences Library in Georg Sverdrups hus has one of the largest collections in Norway.

Search the library

Find books, articles, journals and more.

All about loans

Find out who can borrow and what the library regulations are.

Resources by subject

Find relevant resources by subject.

ISS info

The Library A-Z: Information about the library services and collections for the ISS-students

Upcoming events

  • mik-colourbox-forside Open mic med Bøygen Oct. 19, 2017 6:30 PM

    Litteraturtidsskriftet Bøygen og HumSam-biblioteket inviterer til Open mic night torsdag 19. oktober kl. 18.30. Uglebo stiller med pop up-bar.

  • openacess-303 Open Access Week 2017 @ UiO Oct. 24, 2017 9:00 AM

    23.-27. oktober arrangeres den internasjonale Open Access-uka for 10 gang. UiO og UB markerer uka med kurs i OA-publisering og egenarkivering, seminarer om leksikon i en tid med Google og fake science, debatt og utstilling.

  • standard_illustrasjonsfoto_snl_mai_2013_303 Hvorfor trengs et nasjonalleksikon i Google-alderen? Oct. 24, 2017 2:15 PM

    Hvorfor bruker universitetet både penger og fagressurser på å opprettholde et nasjonalleksikon? Hvorfor trengs Store norske leksikon når vi har Wikipedia og Google? Og hva har det med Open Access å gjøre?