Historical Abstracts is a reference guide to the history of the world from 1450 to the present (excluding the United States and Canada, which are covered in America: History and Life). Currently over 2,000 journals published throughout the world are covered in the database, including key historical journals from virtually every major country. All abstracts are written in English. In addition to articles, Historical Abstracts includes citations to historical books and to abstracts of dissertations completed worldwide of particular interest for historical research.
OTA contains abstracts (i.e short summaries) of articles, books, and software related to the study of the Hebrew Bible. Content from over 450 journals is covered. All abstracts are in English, regardless of the language of the original work. Coverage begins with 1978.... Read more about Old Testament Abstracts
This essential guide offers 325 articles that describe the people and places that appear in the New Testament and Old Testament of the Bible. From prophets, apostles, and groups (such as Hebrews and Angels) to kingdoms and countries, cities and mountains where Biblical events took place.... Read more about Oxford Guide to People and Places of the Bible
PsycINFO indexes and provides abstracts for the professional and academic literature in psychology and related disciplines (psychiatry, education, linguistics, neurosciences, etc.).... Read more about PsycINFO
The Vanderbilt Television News Archive database is the guide to the collection of network television news programs at Vanderbilt University. Online video is available for CNN news broadcasts from October 1995 to the present. Requires recent version of RealOne media player.... Read more about Television News Archive (Vanderbilt University)
Business Source Complete facilitates access to scholarly business documents from journals, magazines, and trade publications. It includes the full text of many titles, including articles from the Harvard Business Review.... Read more about Business Source Complete
Edited by Charles H. Lippy and Peter W. Williams, the Encyclopedia of Religion in America examines how religious history and practices are woven into the political, social, cultural, and historical landscape of North America. This authoritative four-volume reference work explains the origins, development, adaptation, influence, and interrelations of the many faiths practiced, including major world religions, new religious sects, cults, and religious movements that originated or had an influence in the United States.