Library News

What's the Difference Between JSTOR and the ATLA Religion Database?

July 29, 2016

JSTOR (short for "journal storage") is an online archive of hundreds of the most highly respected academic journals in many academic disciplines, including 41 journals in its religion collection.

The American Theological Library Association (ATLA) Religion Database covers more than 700 journals in religion and theology, with full-text access to more than 100 titles that were digitized through the ATLASerials (ATLAS) Online… Read more about What's the Difference Between JSTOR and the ATLA Religion Database?

Fair Use Week Feb 22-26, 2016

February 22, 2016

Fair Use Week, sponsored by the Harvard Library Office for Scholarly Communication,  with this year’s lineup featuring a week chock full of compelling activity begins Monday February 22, 2016.

From an intensive certification course to an expert panel and from free webinars to a panoply of social media conversation, there’s something for everyone.

Explore the upcoming Harvard-based Fair Use Week festivities and read a roundup of the events after the fact. Find more information at http://bit.ly/… Read more about Fair Use Week Feb 22-26, 2016

Pluralism Project at 25: Challenge and Promise

January 28, 2016

Join us on Wednesday, February 3, 2016 from 3-4 pm for refreshments and a brief program as we celebrate the opening of this new exhibit at Andover-Harvard Theological Library. The exhibit honors the 25th anniversary of the Pluralism Project, which was founded in 1991 by Prof. Diana Eck.

The Pluralism Project at Harvard has documented the changing religious landscape of post-1965 America and, with its dual focus on research and resources, has become a thought-leader in understanding the challenges and opportunities… Read more about Pluralism Project at 25: Challenge and Promise