Library and Information Technology Services (LITS) | Gratz College

Library and Information Technology Services (LITS)

The Library and Information Technology Services Departments function as one to provide outstanding academic support to all Gratz students and faculty.

The Edna and Stanley Tuttleman Library supports the mission of Gratz College as a private academic research library open to researchers of all levels. 

Tuttleman Library celebrates Constitution Day, September 17

Select eBook titles available in our collection:

A Constitution of many minds : why the founding document doesn't mean what it meant before / Cass R. Sunstein.  Princeton University Press, 2009.

The promises of liberty : the history and contemporary relevance of the Thirteenth Amendment / edited by Alexander Tsesis. Columbia University Press, 2010.

Lincoln and the triumph of the nation : constitutional conflict in the American Civil War / Mark E. Neely. University of North Carolina Press, 2011.

Democracy, expertise, and academic freedom : a First Amendment jurisprudence for the modern state / Robert C. Post. Yale University Press, 2012.

Endowed by our creator : the birth of religious freedom in America / Michael I. Meyerson. Yale University Press, 2012.

The evangelical origins of the living constitution / John W. Compton.  Harvard University Press, 2014.

First Amendment institutions / Paul Horwitz. Harvard University Press, 2013

The fallacies of states' rights / Sotirios A. Barber. Harvard University Press, 2013.



Tuttleman Library now has accesss to the journal Journal of Genocide Research