16 May 2014
As part of the relocation of the Oxford Centre for Hebrew and Jewish Studies, the Leopold Muller Memorial Library will be moving to a new venue in central Oxford in the summer of 2014. The move will allow us to improve our services and our presence in central Oxford, and it will result in a closer integration of all libraries in the University with Hebrew & Jewish Studies holdings. As a result, some services will not be available to our readers after the end of Trinity term (21 June 2014).
- The Library will be closed throughout August and for parts of July and September.
- All books on loan will be recalled for return at the end of Trinity. The circulation of all holdings will be suspended from the end of Trinity until the start of Michaelmas term (12 October 2014).
- Parts of our collections will remain available for consultation at some times (check with the librarians at firstname.lastname@example.org), but the majority of the books and archives will be in transit, and as such will be unavailable from 24 June 2014 until the start of Michaelmas term (12 October 2014).
For further information, please see our website, where we will post regular updates.
Apologies for any inconvenience this may cause and thank you for your patience and co-operation.