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The British Library for Development Studies (BLDS) is Europe's most comprehensive research collection on development issues. It holds over 80,000 monographs, including individual research reports, working papers and books, and over 10,000 magazine, newspaper, annual report and newsletter titles. Over 50% of the collection is published in the Global South, including many unique holdings.
BLDS books are located in two areas. The sequence begins in the Rolling Racking on the Ground Floor (after shelfmark Z) for authors A-N then continues in the North Basement (again after shelfmark Z).
BLDS journals are located in a Library Store and will need to be requested at the Information Hub.
Please do ask staff for help with finding the resources that you need.
You will need to use your University identity card to enter the University Library and to borrow books. If you have not yet obtained this, you will need to go to the University Print Unit in Lancaster House.
Information about access to library services for individuals who are not members of the University or IDS is available here: sussex.ac.uk/library/visitors
Access to the BLDS historic collection is available on an appointment basis via the online booking form.