A wide range of creative course syllabi from
some of the best teachers in the academic field of religion. Sponsored by the AAR
Committee on Teaching and Learning.
Mike Madin's gateway to quality internet
resources is the premier academic index
& guide to electronic research in a wide range of fields from African
Studies to World History. Useful for all scholars from freshmen to professors,
especially for those doing research in religion.
Eric Morgan's searchable database of digital works in English
literature & western philosophy.
Producers of ATLA
Religion Database, the premier
scholarly tool for research in religion (by subscription only).
The largest electronic collection of texts
related to Baha'i on the internet includes resource
historical sources, books, articles,
theses (maintained by Jonah Winters).
Hyperlinked bibliography accesses biblical
scholar's essays on the Fate
of the Notion of Canon in the Electronic Age & What
Hypertext can Teach us about the Bible.
U Cal at Berkeley's cyber-journal for
electronic instruction in
the humanities reviews digital tools for bible
analysis (Harry Hahne), composition
(Maggie Sokolik), electronic
research (John Norman) & computer-assisted
language learning (Jim Duber).
Guide for standard citation of a wide range of
electronic materials -- from websites to e-mail -- in scholarly works (by
Columbia U Press).
Searchable e-archive of rare and hard to obtain
books from the 16th-18th c., supported by consortium of university libraries.
Includes texts on mysticism, philosophy, saints, theology & witchcraft by
authors such as Bunyon, Hilton, Erasmus and More. Texts accessible on-line or
for download. Registration required (U of Michigan).
William S. Peterson's extensive cyber-index of
print texts by & about literary figures who shaped English spirituality
with a special section on the Anglican Book
of Common Prayer. Alphabetic author
database lists library-card info &
some reviews. Links to cyber-texts include works by Bede,
of Norwich, Law,
Meta-catalog of fonts for electronic &
print publication in any classic or modern language.
Elegant academic e-catalog of Italian
institutions, documents & scholarly research available on the internet
including libraries &
archives, bibliography of e-texts,
Information in English. As attractive as it is useful (U of Udine).
Publicly funded gateway to
trustworthy online information includes well-categorized lists of websites on religion,
Searchable archive of journals available via
Topical index of select major religion journals
(UCal at Santa Barbara).
For scholars & seekers William F. Fore
maintains an impressive electronic reserve shelf of complete works by major
20th c. religious thinkers, including works by Altizer, Barth, Buber,
Bultmann, Cobb, Ellul, Ferré, Kelsey, the Niebuhrs, Rahner &
Jeffrey K. Hadden's impressive cyber-hub for
the comparative study of religious groups & social issues is a gateway to
the Center on Religion
& Democracy, Religious
Freedom Library, Profiles
of Religious Groups, Cult
Controversies, & Religious
Broadcasting (U of Virginia).
The late David Lochhead's reflections on the
impact of the electronic revolution on theological education. (Institute
on Religion & Technology).
Inventory of complete e-texts on the WWW
searchable by country.
Electronic edition of premiere cross-curriculum
resource for educators posts an archive
of issues since 1986, a collection of worldwide
folk-tales, & a series essays on the Fathers
of Faith (Moses, Confucius, Buddha, Jesus & Muhammad).