On Common Ground: World Religions in America is an interactive web resource based on the research of the Pluralism Project at Harvard University and affiliates. For over twenty years, the Pluralism Project, under the direction of Diana L. Eck, has studied the emergence of an increasingly multireligious America.
This research guide is designed to help you discover some of Harvard's major collections of African American news sources in print, on microfllm and microfiche, and in our online databases. By identifying key background and scholarly studies, the guide also invites you to situate these sources historically and socially.
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.
ARTstor is a digital library of nearly one million images in the areas of art, architecture, humanities, and social sciences with a set of tools to view, present, and manage images for research and educational purposes.... Read more about ARTstor
Academic Search Premier (ASP) is a multidisciplinary database that includes citations and abstracts from thousands of scholarly publications (journals, magazines and newspapers).... Read more about Academic Search Premier