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Theology and Religious Studies: Web Resources

RAMBI

RAMBI is the List of Articles in Jewish Studies.

(If you don't read Hebrew, be sure to click the English button in the upper left corner of the screen.)

Based largely on the collections of the National Library of Israel, it includes articles from a wide variety of journals and collections of journals. 

The articles you find may or may not link to freely available full text. If not, search the library catalog for books or journal titles, then check to see if we have the article you need. If we don't, ILL it!

TIP: The database opens to the Hebrew page, so click on English in the upper left corner to conduct your search in English. 

 

General Sites for Theology & Religious Studies

Catholics & Cultures, an initative of the Center for Religion, Ethics, and Culture, provides resources on contemporary Catholicism around the world

Religion Data Resources from the Hartford Institute for Religion Research

Free Online Religion Resources from Yale University Divinity School Library

ReligiousTolerange.org is sponsored by the Ontario Consultants on Religious Tolerance, and has been on the web since 1995.  It contains thousands of essays on many different types of religion topics.  The essays are not peer reviewed, however, so read them with a critical eye.

BBC Religion

Google Scholar

Google Scholar is a method of searching the open web for scholarly resources.

TIP: Go to Settings, Library Links, and set your search to identify when resources are available through Copley Library.

Remember, you still need to evaluate your sources! [See Evaluating Online Resources tab]

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Martha Adkins

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