The Humanities Digital Library describes itself as "the open access library and catalogue for books published by the School of Advanced Study (SAS), University of London." Here, readers can find a number of scholarly books, monographs, essay collections, conference proceedings, and other works published by seven different institutes within the SAS. These publications are freely available to download as full-text PDFs (with print and EPUB versions available for purchase). Examples of works that can be found here include Gender in medieval places, spaces and thresholds (2019), Brazil: Essays on History and Politics (2018), and Radical Collections: Re-examining the roots of collections, practices and information professions (2018). Visitors will find four of the latest publications featured on the main page, and they can also browse its publications (found under catalogue) by institute, category, and series. It should be noted that as of this write-up the catalogue's organization lacks a place to see a complete list of its offerings at once, but exploring all of its sections individually reveals many interesting publications. The Humanities Digital Library is managed jointly by the University of London's Institute of Historical Research and the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies.