The Publications Collection includes books and articles written or edited by individuals who have been members of the faculty, staff, or student body of the University of St. Michael's College. It includes works published from 1813 to the present.
The University of St. Michael's College counts among its current and former faculty, staff, and students, numerous major authors in many different fields. Represented among former faculty are communication theorist Marshall McLuhan and theologian Gregory Baum. Represented among former students are psychologist John Bradshaw, novelist Hugh Hood, theologians Vernon J. Bourke and Alan Schreck, art historian Karal Ann Marling, and children's author Michael Bedard.
Most items in the Publications Collection are shelved in the circulating collection on the second and third floors of the Library. Rare items are housed in the Rare Books Room and can be used by appointment.
Click on one of the following links to browse the U of T Library Catalogue for works produced, in full or in part, by a member of the St. Michael's community: