To browse all the titles in the catalogue, do a series title search for ACLS* to bring up 2092 titles.
Of special note are series of titles from several university presses and learned societies which offer distinguished resources of value for teaching and research. These series include:
- American Historical Association Guide to Historical Literature
- Catalogus Translationum et Commentariorum: Mediaeval and Renaissance Latin Translations and Commentaries One of the great scholarly projects of our time
- Collected Writings of Walt Whitman capture every facet of one of America's most important poets
- The College Art Association Monographs Works by scholars who are among the most influential art historians of our time, and covers the history of art from Classical Antiquity into the early twentieth century
- Gutenberg-e Gutenberg-e’s prize-winning books represent distinguished and innovative scholarship
- The John Harvard Library presents over 70 titles in American history and culture, ranging from the colonial era to the early 20th century.
- The Records of Civilization includes primary source works in history, literature, philosophy, political and religious thought, and related fields in the humanities.
Thanks to Shirley Lee