These are the top Religious Studies-specific databases that we recommend looking in for articles. If you’re not entirely sure yet what you need, try checking out the list of “General” databases; they’re often the best place to start. Also, try clicking “Humanities” in the drop-down menu.
Keep going to the bottom of this list to see the rest of our Religious Studies databases, as well as a list at the very end of other online and book sources you may find useful.
Contains articles from 1300 of the world’s leading arts and humanities journals from 1980-present. From ISI Web of Knowledge.
Combined index of articles, book reviews, and essay collections, with full text for more than 266,000 articles.
JSTOR has full-text search from scholarly journals in many disciplines, going back to the first volume of each journal it carries.
Readers’ Guide Retrospective
Journal and magazine articles published 1890-1982, covering a variety of subjects including African-Americans, Aging, Archeology, Astronomy, Biographies, Business, Education, Environment, Film, Fine Arts, Foreign Affairs, Health, History, Literature, Medicine, Music, News, Politics, Popular Culture, Religion, Science, Sports, and Technology.