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Digitization project for rare books from the C.G. Jung Collection

December 2, 2010

Now this looks interesting:

In collaboration with the Foundation of the Work of C.G. Jung and with financial support from the Dr. Donald C. Cooper Fund of ETH Zurich, the ETH-Bibliothek is digitizing around 300 titles dating from the 15th to the 19th century on the subject of alchemy and related topics. The works come from the former personal library of C.G. Jung in Küsnacht and are being made available online via the platform. Professor Kilcher and Professor Hampe (Department of Humanities, Social and Political Sciences) are responsible for selection with regard to content. The digitization and collection of the structural data are being carried out in the DigiCenter at the ETH-Bibliothek in accordance with the standards that apply to To ensure that the established standards and interfaces can also be used for the bibliographical metadata, the titles are being entered in the library catalogue as electronic resources.


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