Library Materials and Digital Collections

The Bioethics Library holds the most comprehensive collection of material relating to bioethics in the world. It ranges from the earliest works in the field of bioethics to current publications. The physical and digital collection includes all formats of material, from books and journals to oral history recordings and transcripts, ephemera, Bioethics Commission reports and meeting notes, and unpublished manuscripts.

U.S. Bioethics Commissions

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Books and Journals

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Archival Collections

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Islamic Medical Ethics

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Bioethics Interviews

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Archived Bioethics Websites

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Jewish Ethics

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Asian Bioethics

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Human Genome Project Archives

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Engaging Bioethics

The Bioethics Research Library at Georgetown University is a destination library for bioethics scholars worldwide and a remarkable historical study space for the Georgetown community.

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