Africa-Wide NiPAD contains twenty-seven African, European and North American databases with close to 2 million records indexing printed texts, maps and music recordings on all topics in African studies.... Read more about Africa-Wide: NiPAD
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.Religous traditions and practice throughout the world are reflected in a...
This guide is intended to orient the user to selected resources for the study of the Bible at Andover-Harvard Theological Library and in online resources licensed by the Harvard Library. It is written for Harvard library users and non-Harvard users interested in the type of information we can provide. It includes finding biblical texts, scholarly commentary in books and articles, and additional sources of information (atlases, concordances, and dictionaries).
Online version of Encyclopaedia Judaica,2nd. ed.,published in print in 2007. This encyclopedia covers all aspects of Jewish history and culture in the Diaspora and in Israel from ancient times to the 20th century.
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
The Daily Mail Historical Archive 1896-2004 is an online digital collection that allows users to search, retrieve and browse articles, pages and whole editions of the paper, providing a gateway to engaging stories, controversies and social issues of the last 100 years.
This research guide identifies and links directly to Harvard's major collections of African American news sources in databases. It also points to African American news sources on microfilm, microfiche and in print. By identifying key background and scholarly studies, the guide also invites you to situate these sources historically and socially.