Note: Some texts are buried deep
in e-archives. If title link does not work, click source.
for Study of Religion
Membership & meeting information for AAR.
Abstracts of recent
volumes of Journal
of AAR online; archive of
back issues for subscribers only.
Information on archaeological digs, membership
& centers of ASOR. Illustrated abstracts of articles in recent editions of
of ASOR and
Near Eastern Archaeology.
Offers an electronic newsletter, bulletin board, & abstracts of select articles from current & recent back
issues of its print journal Church
Posts links to web pages of Canadian societies of the academic study of religion
including the journal Studies
in Religion/Sciences Religieuses.
International consortium posts information on its 5-year congresses & regional conferences of 30 national
New website of regional society to advance the academic study of religion posts the contents of volumes
of its print journal
Method & Theory in the Study of
Membership, meeting & publication
information for biblical scholars. Access to on-line editions of
of Biblical Literature
for members only.
Electronic Research & Web Tools
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.
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
historical sources, books,
theses (maintained by Jonah Winters).
For scholars & seekers William F.
Fore's 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 &
Tillich (site maintained by Word Press).
Meta-catalog of fonts for electronic &
print publication in any classic or modern language.
A wide range of creative course
syllabi from some of the best teachers in the academic field of religion. A
project of the American Academy of Religion & the Wabash Center for Teaching and Learning
in Theology & Religion.
The late David Lochhead's reflections on the
impact of the electronic revolution on theological education. (Institute
on Religion & Technology).
Digging. Help fill holes.
This page was revised
21 November 2020