HarpWeek is an electronic edition of Harper's Weekly, the leading American illustrated magazine of its day, which covered the political, military, social, and cultural stories of its day; each issue also included editorial comment, literature, humor, with extensive illustrations. HarpWeek may be browsed by issue date or literary genre; the full text may be searched using indexed thesaurus terms or keywords.
Medieval Sourcesonline is a web-based learning resource containing hundreds of original medieval history documents compiled for the teaching and study of history.... Read more about Medieval Sources Online
The Online Critical Pseudepigrapha provides free, online access to the texts of the Pseudepigrapha in their original (or extant) languages and with critical apparatus. The fonts needed to view the Greek, Hebrew, and Aramaic texts, as well as browser requirements, are listed on the site.
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
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.
Use the ATLA Religion Database to locate journal articles, essays, sermons, and book reviews in the field of religion. Citations cover all religions and all theological points of view. Fulltext is available for hundreds of titles.... Read more about ATLA Religion Database
This guide is intended to help Harvard students and researchers better understand how Google works, how to use a variety of search operators, and how to navigate Google Scholar, a special flavor of Google specifically designed for searching scholarly literature.