General Religious Studies
Includes titles such as Society for the Study of Chinese Religions Bulletin and Journal of Chinese Religions.
Brill is an academic publisher with specialties in humanities and social sciences. A green icon next to a title will indicate full text access.
Get biographical information about religious figures. Includes the latest full text newspaper, journal articles, pictures, and multimedia files.
"...a comprehensive bibliography for theology and religious studies. It is now possible to search not only for articles, but also for monographs, databases and relevant Internet links."
Contains articles from journals such as The Journal of the American Academy of Religion, the Journal of Religion, and History of Religions.
"PhilPapers is a comprehensive index and bibliography of philosophy maintained by the community of philosophers."
This database provides a wide range of primarily full-text, international periodicals for diverse religious and spiritual studies, covering formal theological studies of major religions, as well as the most recent trends and scholarly thought. Included are titles from religious publishing bodies and nondenominational organizations. The resource reflects a wide spectrum of religious belief systems and supports the global study of religion.
Indexes more than 2,500 magazine and journals on art, business, humanities, health, social sciences, and sciences. Interfaces available for many languages. Includes Research Library, ProQuest Religion, ProQuest Psychology Journals, and Dissertation/Thesis Abstracts.
This is the online version of the second edition of this highly regarded encyclopedia (physical version also available: http://uwest.worldcat.org/oclc/56057973). Comes with searchable full text entries, with information intended to reflect both changes in academia and in the world since 1987. Includes almost all of the 2,750 original entries -- many heavily updated -- as well as approximately 600 entirely new articles.
A scholarly and refereed encyclopedia hosted by The University of Tennessee at Martin.
"What are you drawn to like, to watch, or even to binge? What are you free to consume, and what do you become through consumption? These questions of desire and value, Kathryn Lofton argues, are questions for the study of religion."