World Religions

This research guide will provide you with a list of library resources that will help you research world religions.  Please follow all directions for the project given to you by your teacher.

Websites

Rutgers University Virtual Religion Index

 

Exploring Religions by Paul Flesher 

 

The ARDA -- Association of Religion Data Archive -- Scroll down to select country or religious group from dropdown menus.

 

Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online (GAMEO) - Information on Anabaptist religions: Ammish, Mennonite, Hutterite, Brethren in Christ

 

Patheos

 

Religious Tolerance

Online Databases

Search the EBSCO databases (Points of View and Student Research Center) for articles from journals, newspapers, encyclopedias and other sources.  The articles from these sources within the database are usually “full text,” which means you will be able to access the full article not just a citation or abstract.  The database also contians eBooks covering literary criticism and author biograhies.

You can print or email your search results.  When you do, select "MLA Format" from the citation format drop-down list.  The print out or email will include the MLA citation for the entry.

Please see library personnel for login and password information.

Reference Print Titles

Below is a list of some of the reference print titles and their call numbers that you can use in your research.

 

Milestone Documents of World Religions: Exploring Traditions of Faith through Primary Sources  REF 200 MIL  (This set is also available in eBook form through Salem History.)

 

Encyclopedia of World Religions   REF 200.3 ENC

New Religions: A Guide  REF 200.9 NEW

Encyclopedia of Sacred Places  REF 203.53 BRO

General Collection Print Titles

There are many books on World Religions in the library's general collection.  You can use the Alexandria Researcher app to find titles. If you'd like to browse the shelves, the 200s section in the library covers Religion.  The 280s cover Christian Denominations.  Religions other than Christianity are found in the 290s.  Remember to check both the regular sized and over-sized shelves.

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