The ISCAST public library is made up of an online collection and the physical collection.
Over the last 30 years ISCAST has curated an extensive online library of articles, reviews, opinion pieces, interviews, and other resources, all of which are available to the public on the ISCAST website. In addition, the ISCAST Journal has its own website.
ISCAST also has a physical collection comprising hundreds of books relating to science and religion. The physical library is housed in a separate collection at the Daniel Mannix Library (278 Victoria Pde, East Melbourne) and is open to the public to browse there. In addition, supporting members of ISCAST may borrow books at the Mannix Library by speaking to the staff. Alternatively, contact us.
Opening hours of the library can be found here.
ISCAST is very grateful for the hospitality offered by the Mannix Library through cataloguing and storing the ISCAST collection on our behalf.
Donate to the ISCAST Library
- Donate to the physical collection – Do you have books on science and religion that you would like to donate to the physical collection? Please get in touch! We would be happy to talk to you about making arrangements.
- Contribute to the online library – ISCAST is always seeking writers to contribute to our online collection of science–faith resources. If you’re interested in writing/reviewing for ISCAST or would like to pitch an idea, please have a look at our style guide for writers, or contact us! We’d love to hear from you.
- Donate to the ISCAST public library fund – You can support the important work of ISCAST through making a tax deductible donation to our public library fund.
ISCAST also publishes books now available through the ISCAST online bookshop.