- Jörg Dittmer (ed.): Theologie auf dem Campus. 50 Jahre Augustana-Hochschule, Neuendettelsau 1997. (German)
- Gerhard Monninger (ed.): Eine Denkwerkstatt der Kirche. Augustana-Hochschule 1947-1987, München 1987. (German)
- Gerhard Monninger (ed.): 30 Jahre Augustana-Hochschule - einen Augenblick innehalten, Neuendettelsau 1977. (German)
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