Newman Research Library is an extensive resource for scholars interested in the works of Blessed John Henry Newman. The stacks at the Gailliot Center for Newman Studies in Pittsburgh contain an extensive collection of Newman and Newman-related works in the fields of theology, spirituality, philosophy, literature, and church history.
Digital Archive is a database of Cardinal Newman’s vast handwritten archive. The original documents are located at the Birmingham Oratory, UK. The database is currently being developed and will be made available to the public as work proceeds. Spring 2015 expected release date.
Access Newman’s books, articles, and prefaces, in addition to Newman biographies, critical writing, and other Newman-related works.
The National Institute for Newman Studies fosters the advancement of Newman scholarly research by inviting scholars to utilize the resources of the Newman Research Library in order to pursue academic work specifically related to Newman Studies.
Newman Studies Journal (NSJ), published twice a year, offers Newman-related articles in diverse fields, including philosophy, theology, spirituality, history, literature, and education.