Librarie Droz databases trial

Trial access is now available for one month from today 12 January to 10 February 2016 to three online collections of texts in the humanities from the publisher Librarie Droz (Click on the title to link to the database):-

Calvin Database

This collection comprises all the texts of works by John Calvin published by the Librairie Droz between 1960 and 2012.


Humanisme et Renaissance

Founded in 1950 by Eugénie Droz, the collection Humanisme et Renaissance includes more than 550 titles. It has grown to become the most important collection in the world of sources and studies on Humanism (Poliziano, Ficino, Erasmus, Bude …), the French Reformation (Lefevre d’ Etaple, Calvin, Farel, Beza …), and the Renaissance (Hieronymus Bosch, Rabelais, Ronsard, Primatice …). It also covers medicine, science, philosophy, the history of the book and all forms of knowledge and human activity in the sixteenth century, from c. 1450 to the death of King Henry IV.


Textes Litteraires Francais

Eugénie Droz founded Textes Litteraires Francais in 1945 as a collection devoted to the critical editions of significant French language literary texts from the Middle Ages to the twentieth century. In a handy small format, each issue is accompanied by an introduction, notes, a glossary, and, if necessary, an index. The first 300 texts from the collection have been digitized as of last year. The second half of the collection is being digitized and will be added in 2016.


Please send feedback to ejournals@cambridge by writing to

Please let us know what you think about the Librarie Droz databases.  Thank you.

Chambre de J.-J. Rousseau (Musée Jean-Jacques Rousseau-Montmorency); Rousseau’s works can be found in the Textes Litteraires Francais database.

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