If your work deals with texts or populations that do not use English as a primary language, you'll need to learn to work with languages in your research. The CST Library catalog has access to many items in many ancient and modern languages, including German, French, Greek, Arabic, and Hebrew. We also have access to reference works such as lexicons, grammars, lesson books, collections of primary texts, and photos of manuscripts. For more comprehensive guides of resources for Biblical Greek and Biblical Hebrew, click here.
If English is not your first language, we may be able to support your need for translations. Korean students can find many resources, both written in and translated to Korean, in our Korean Collection on the ground floor of the library, near the Reference Section. Our regular collection contains some works in Spanish, Chinese, French, German, Braille, and modern Hebrew. If you need a resource in a particular language, request it through InterLibrary Loan or contact firstname.lastname@example.org.