Consider these resources some reliable online starting points: more to come as the semester continues!


Research Tools through the Claremont Libraries


Research portal: Getting started with Religion Research (great starting place with lots of links, and contact information for the subject librarian)

Religion Databases, especially: ATLA database (Religious Studies serials)

JSTOR (archives of journal articles in many disciplines)

Lexis-Nexis (archives of newspapers, magazines, and legal materials)

Academic Search Premier (more scholarly articles and essays)

Web of Science (a citation index)

Guide to citation and bibliography in Chicago Style

Primary Sources online

On-line Bibles: RSV and NRSV

Vatican website

Internet Jewish History Sourcebook

A vast collection of sources from antiquity to the present (it is an unmaintained archive, so not all links remain live)

Other online resources

"Jewish-Christian Relations": Insights and issues in the ongoing Jewish-Christian dialogue

A website designed to facilitate Jewish-Christian relations (so not all resources are scholarly)

Jewish Virtual Library

"Everything you need to know from Anti-Semitism to Zionism"