Subject guide: Religion

Welcome to the library’s subject guide for Religious studies.

Academic Articles and Reports

  • Search articles in Religion Studies.
  • ERIC (The Education Resources Information Center) is the world's largest digital database of education literature
  • Sök artiklar m m inom pedagogik och utbildning.
  • Article database with both references and 1200 full text journals from the beginning of the 20th century and forward.
  • Full text archive. Scientific journals and other scientific material on a wide range of subjects. Usually no access to the most recent issues.
  • Sociological Abstracts, and its companion file Social Services Abstracts, cover the international literature of sociology, social work, and related disciplines in the social and behavioral sciences. Coverage: 1952 - current
  • PsycINFO is a database with resources in psychology, behaviour and other subject nearby.
  • Interdisciplinary database with references from scienctific journals, books, reports and conferences in various subjects. It also a database for citation searches.
  • Scopus is an interdisciplinary database with scientific literature in various subject areas. It also a database for citation searches.
  • Religious texts
  • Christian classic books.
  • Archive of online books about religion, mythology, folklore and the esoteric.
  • Religion-related websites
  • Open access digital theological archive.
  • Ulrichsweb offers detailed information from more than 300,000 journals. For example you can find out if a journal contains peer reviewed articles.
  • Cabells Predatory Reports is a searchable database of ”predatory journals”.
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