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.
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).
This guide to research tools is organized by (i) subject or artistic medium ( e.g. architecture, arts of the book, ceramics,etc) and (ii) geographic or cultural region (e.g. works on the art and architecture of Central Asia, South Asia, Iran, Egypt, Islamic Spain,etc).
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.
a bibliography of publications and manuscripts in the public domain that chronicle major events events in the life of historically Unitarian and Universalist congregations in the United States. Includes digitized directories, yearbooks, and periodicals of the Unitarian Universalist Association and its predecessor denominations.