The library has a large selection of both digital and printed newspapers. The digital newspapers can be found via databases such as Pressreader, Mediearkivet and Artikelsök. Older Swedish newspapers can be found via the database "Svenska dagstidningar" or on microfilm.
A list of Swedish online newspapers from the National Library of Sweden.
The University Library
We display the current issue of a selection of the library's printed journals and newspapers. You will find them in the Journal Reading Room on the 3rd floor of the University Library.
International journals and newspapers
Le Monde diplomatique
Times Literary Supplement
Swedish journals and newspapers
Svenska dagbladet (delivered with a one-day delay)
Older issues are kept in black cabinets in the Journal Reading Room for about four weeks.
The Medical Library (only Swedish newspapers)
Arts Campus Library (only Swedish newspapers)
Swedish digitised newspapers (1645-present)
The database "Svenska dagstidningar" from the Royal Library contains digitised Swedish newspapers from 1645 to the present. All material is searchable in fulltext and articles older than 115 years can be read directly in the database regardless of your location. Articles younger than 115 years can be read on special computers at the University Library.
The library has a large collection of microfilmed newspapers dating back to 2013. More recent newspapers are digitised and made available via "Svenska dagstidningar". The easiest way to find out which newspapers the library has on microfilm is to check the register "Tidningsfilm : mikrofilmade svenska dagstidningar". The journals labelled Umeå Q are available at the University Library.
Svenskt pressregister is a register of articles in about 15 Swedish newspapers from 1880 to 1911. The register is available in printed format in the reference collection at the University Library. Part 7 (1903-1911) is available in fulltext.