Library Collections

  • Holding: Central Library
    Volumes: 3875 volumed
    Category: Private Collection
    Contents Type: Western Books
    Subject: Philosophy, Religion, Psychology

    Carl Stumpf: Germany acousmato psychologist

  • Holding: Science and Technology Library
    Volumes: 374 books
    Category: Private Collection
    Contents Type: Japanese Books, Western Books
    Subject: Science

    Personal collection on geological science by Prof. Ken-ichi Sugi.

  • Holding: Central Library
    Volumes: 378 books
    Category: Private Collection
    Contents Type: Japanese Books
    Subject: Law, Politics

    Books on politics and commercial law in Asia donated by Prof. Takada Gensei(高田 源清).

  • Holding: Central Library
    Volumes: 1,105 volumes
    Category: Private Collection
    Contents Type: Japanese Books, Western Books
    Subject: Law, Politics

    Private collection on sociology, collected by Prof. Takahashi Takeshi (高橋武).

  • Holding: Central Library
    Volumes: 1270 books
    Category: Private Collection
    Contents Type: Japanese Books, Western Books
    Subject: Literature, Linguistics

    Former collection of Professor Takahashi Yoshitaka (1913-1995) of the Faculty of Letters, mainly related to Goethe, Thomas Mann, and German Literature and Arts, donated by the Takahashi family to the German Literature Research Office of the Faculty of Letters in February 2004, with an additional

  • Holding: Central Library
    Volumes: 3,200 books
    Category: Private Collection
    Contents Type: Wahon, Chinese Books, Japanese Books
    Subject: Philosophy, Religion, Literature, Linguistics

    Private collection of Prof. Takase Takejiro(高瀬 武次郎) on Han learning.

     

  • Holding: Central Library
    Volumes: 1, 239 volumes
    Category: Archival Documents
    Contents Type: Archival Documents
    Subject: Philosophy, Religion, Literature, Linguistics, History, Geography

    Personal collection of the Takeda Family, the confucianists family who served under the Fukuoka domain. Kyushu University Library purchased the collection from Syukichi Takeda with Fukuoka Prefectural Library. This collection consists of Letters of Kaibara Ekiken (貝原益軒), the master of Takeda Shun

  • Holding: Central Library
    Volumes: About 600 books
    Category: Private Collection
    Contents Type: Wahon, Chinese Books
    Subject: Philosophy, Religion, Literature, Linguistics

    Donated by Takeuchi Tsuguji(武内 継治) in 1955.
    Book collection on Confucian classics, Neo-Confucianism and Kimon School.
     

  • Holding: Central Library
    Volumes: 250 volumes
    Category: Archival Documents
    Contents Type: Wahon, Archival Documents, Japanese Books
    Subject: Literature, Linguistics, History, Geography, Medical Science

    The materials of the Takeya family, a medical family in Fukuoka, are held at the Central Library under a deposition agreement between the Takeya family and Kyushu University Library.

  • Holding: Central Library
    Volumes: 356 books
    Category: Private Collection
    Contents Type: Chinese Books, Archival Documents, Japanese Books
    Subject: Philosophy, Religion, Art, History, Geography

    Catalog

  • Holding: Web
    Category: Online Gallery
    Contents Type: Wahon
    Subject: Art, Literature, Linguistics

    The 36th Rare Book Exhibition : Nara Ehon

  • Holding: Central Library
    Volumes: 350 books
    Category: Private Collection
    Contents Type: Japanese Books, Western Books
    Subject: Science

     

  • Holding: Central Library Web
    Volumes: 512 titles
    Category: Special Collection (Original)
    Contents Type: Western Books
    Subject: History, Geography, Law, Politics

    This collection consists of the books on the international law and law of nation published in the 17th and 18th century. It covers major works on international law in this period. Viewing the collection, we can make a general survey of the development of this study field.

  • Holding: Central Library
    Volumes: 250 volumes
    Category: Special Collection (Original)
    Contents Type: Western Books
    Subject: Philosophy, Religion

    The collection consists of about 250 books, that is, old publications of literary works and studies written by Thomas Aquinas in thirteenth century.

  • Holding: Central Library
    Category: Special Collection (Copies)
    Contents Type: Microfilms
    Subject: Economy, Law, Politics

    Auxiliary statutes, reports and research reports in various fields related to British Government are systematically recorded by related government agency in 1922 to 1972. As to economics, primary materials related to export of capital especially portfolio investment are included.

  • Holding: Central Library
    Volumes: 294 reels
    Category: Special Collection (Copies)
    Contents Type: Microfilms
    Subject: Economy
  • Holding: Central Library
    Category: Special Collection (Original)
    Contents Type: Western Books
    Subject: Sociology

    The collection consists of original works and first edition books by savants who contributed to the development of German sociology in late nineteenth century to today, with a central focus on four great savants of German sociology, Georg Simmel, Max Weber, Werner Sombart and Max Scheler.

  • Holding: Central Library
    Volumes: 1878
    Category: Special Collection (Original)
    Contents Type: Western Books
    Subject: Philosophy, Religion

    This collection contains literature on conservative thought published from Carl Ludwig von Haller, one of the advocates of conservative thought in the early 19th century, to Ernst Moritz Arndt and Friedrich Julius Stahl, through the reign of Wilhelm II, who pushed for military expansion with his

  • Holding: Central Library Web
    Category: Online Gallery
    Contents Type: Japanese Books
    Subject: History, Geography, Science

    An exhibition about a flood disaster on 1953 in Fukuoka.

  • Holding: Central Library
    Category: Special Collection (Original)
    Contents Type: Western Books
    Subject: Sociology

    United Kingdom which gave birth to capitalism the earliest in the world was a country which raised various problems in industrialization. In this collection, social problems after 1719 such as poverty, housing and welfare were considered in the context of urban environment.

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