A valuable resource for finding journal articles for research papers is called JSTOR and it is found at the Doherty Library. JSTOR provides the full-text of articles from hundreds of the most influential academic journals available to universities. The JSTOR collection includes nearly the entire runs of core journals (except the most recent 3 years) in the humanities, social sciences, sciences, and mathematics. The dates covered vary with each title, but 19th century journals through currently published journals are included in JSTOR. Generally, journals in JSTOR include the first volume through issues published prior to the most recent three years. Some primary sources and book collections are also available.
To access JSTOR, go to the Doherty Library database page
Or for assistance, call a reference librarian at 713-525-2188 or email email@example.com.
New additions to the Doherty Library current popular fiction and non-fiction collection are now available for checkout. Sponsored by the Friends of the Library, the collection contains nearly 200 titles.
The books are on display in the main lobby and can be checked out at the circulation desk, below is a list of popular books in the collection. Click on the text below for a complete record and summary of the item.
Death of a Ghost by M. C. Beaton
Huck Out West by Robert Coover
The Whistler by John Grisham
Twelve Angry Librarians by Miranda James
The High Mountains of Portugal by Yann Martel
Cross the Line by James Patterson
The Strange Case of Madeleine Seguin by William Rose
How Will You Measure Your Life by Clayton Christensen
The Book of Joy by the Dalai Lama and Desmond Tutu
Dear Pope Francis by Pope Francis
The Book That Changed America by Randall Fuller
Listening to a Continent Sing by Donald Kroodsma
Pope Francis: Life & Revolution by Elisabetta Pique
The Lost City of the Monkey God by Douglas Preston
Shaken by Tim Tebow
Hillbilly Elegy by J. D. Vance
The Fire This Time by Jesmyn Ward
The Hidden Life of Trees by Peter Wohlleben
A Square Meal by Jane Ziegelman
A TexShare Card provides UST community members with borrowing privileges from more than 500 participating libraries across the state of Texas. A majority of Texas libraries participate in the TexShare Card program. TexShare cards are issued at the University of St. Thomas Doherty Library circulation desk, and information about the resource is available at the Doherty Library, just ask a librarian.
Lending policies are set by each participating library. Specific policies are available at the Libraries and Catalogs link on the Texshare website. You have responsibilities as a TexShare Card holder. You should become familiar with the policies and restrictions of the lending library.
The goal of the TexShare Program is to improve library service to Texans by making each library’s materials available to the greatest number of users.
Students from UST are welcome to use the Cardinal Beran Library, the central resource for learning and research in theological scholarship located at the School of Theology at St. Mary’s Seminary in Houston. Serving also as a resource for the Catholic clerical, religious and lay ecclesial ministries of the Galveston-Houston Archdiocese, the library provides resources useful in enriching the academic, pastoral, spiritual and personal skills of the communities it serves.
The Cardinal Beran Library is a specialized library with a collection rich in information resources for philosophy and theology subjects. Your UST identification card serves as your library card for checking out items. The library is NOT located in Montrose, but located at 9845 Memorial Drive Houston, Texas 77024 and they can be reached online at:
http://www.smseminary.com/library/ or call the library at 713-686-6844, ext. 265.
The Cardinal Beran Library Fall & Spring Hours
Monday – Wednesday 8:30 am – 10:00 pm
Thursday 8:30 am – 7:00 pm
Friday 8:30 am – 5:00 pm
Saturday 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
Sunday 12:00 pm – 7:00 pm
The New Catholic Encyclopedia is a multi-volume reference work on Roman Catholic history and belief edited by the faculty of The Catholic University of America. It was intended by the faculty to become, like its predecessor the 1914 Catholic Encyclopedia, a standard reference work for students, teachers, librarians, journalists, and general readers interested in the history, doctrine, practices, and people of the Catholic faith. In addition to the hundreds of new signed articles on a wide variety of topics, the second edition also featured biographies of contemporary religious figures; thousands of photographs, maps and illustrations; and updated bibliographical citations. Use this resource to begin research on Roman Catholic history here and discover a subject ready for you to produce excellent college work. The New Catholic Encyclopedia is available in the Doherty Library search databases section for electronic resources, click on image above for a link.