Search the catalog of the IIRP Graduate School in-house Library at our Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, campus.
The catalog contains bibliographic records of books, reports, dissertations, theses, conference proceedings, and audiovisual materials. The Library collection is organized according to the Library of Congress classification system.
Materials available online are indicated with links to external content sites. Catalog entries marked OCLC are linked to OCLC WorldCat, which helps you find libraries in your area that own those items. Search WorldCat by zip code, city or country.
Some materials (books, reports, government publications, etc.) are available online; they are indicated with [Electronic resource] in the title, as well as a Download icon. Library catalog records for these items contain URLs for download links.
To search for e-books and other digital content in the catalog, find Select field (beneath Author, Title and Word(s), scroll down and choose Location in the drop-down list (after Author, Title, Publisher, Year, etc.), select Electronic book, then click the blue Search button. Click on a desired title; once in its catalog record, click the download link or icon to access the content at its external host site.
Some digital books are available to borrow and read from the Internet Archive online public library with a free archive.org account. Most titles can be borrowed for up to two weeks; many older public domain (pre-1927) books are also free to download. A book can be borrowed by only one person at a time, so availability of individual titles may be limited, depending on reader demand. Adobe Digital Editions eReader (a free app) is required to download some titles.
- Borrowing from the Internet Archive Lending Library - a Basic Guide | Open Library book borrowing and Adobe Digital Editions FAQ
Serial holdings (journals & magazines)
Click a journal title to sign in via OpenAthens (what is this?) to browse and read. Full text content is available exclusively to IIRP faculty, students and staff.
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- Contemporary Justice Review: Issues in Criminal, Social and Restorative Justice 2002-present (Taylor & Francis)
- IIRP Presidential Paper Series 2019-present (International Institute for Restorative Practices)
- The International Journal of Restorative Justice (TIJRJ) 2018-present (Eleven International Publishing)
- The Journal of Democracy and Peacebuilding 2022-present (DPACE Initiative)
- Restorative Justice: An International Journal 2013-2017 (Taylor & Francis)
- RSF: The Russell Sage Foundation Journal of the Social Sciences 2015-present (Project Muse)
- List of print journal and magazine titles available at the IIRP Graduate School in-house Library at our Bethlehem campus. (Note: This list is archival; most current content is available online via the Library's EBSCOhost research databases.)
Single copies of journal articles for individual use can be provided upon request. The use of photocopies and other reproductions of published material is governed by copyright laws of the United States (Title 17 U.S. Code).