Religion & Theology

Patrologia Orientalis

Provides a comprehensive collection of the writings by eastern Church Fathers in Syriac, Armenian, Arabic, Coptic, Ge’ez, Georgian, and Slavonic. Complements the Latin and Greek patrologies published in the 19th century. The full- text translations are searchable in the language into which the text was translated in the Patrologia Orientalis and the reader can check the translation with the original text visible alongside as a non-searchable PDF file. The interface allows for browsing of works, as well as searching, and retrieved passages may be downloaded as a PDF.

Archives of Human Sexuality: LGBT History & Culture Since 1940

Brings together disparate collections of documents, grassroots newsletters, journals, periodicals, literature, diaries, personal papers, government documents, and ephemeral material related to the LGBTQ movement in North America and beyond.

New Pauly Supplements II

This resource has been added to the Baylor Libraries’ New Pauly subscription.

EHRAF Archaeology

This resource was on trial and has been acquired by the Baylor Libraries.

EHRAF World Cultures

This resource was on trial and has been acquired by the Baylor Libraries.

Encyclopedia of Christianity Online

Describes modern-day Christian beliefs and communities in the context of 2000 years of apostolic tradition and Christian history. Based on the third, revised edition of the German work, Evangelisches Kirchenlexikon, it includes all 5 volumes of the print edition of 1999-2008 and is useful for the study of Christianity past and present.

Routledge Religion Online

This resource has been discontinued by Taylor & Francis and the replacement is access to a specific set of e-book titles that were accessible via Routledge Relgion Online.

Twentieth Century Religious Thought. Volume I, Christianity

This resource was on trial and has been acquired by the Baylor Libraries.

Twentieth Century Religious Thought. Volume II, Islam

An extensive research database of the most influential thinkers of modern Islamic theology and tradition. Seventy-five percent of the materials are in-copyright, and 80% are in English, making the collection accessible to students across the curriculum. The materials have been rekeyed to more than 99.99% accuracy and are presented using software that allows scholars to conduct in-depth word pattern analysis and data mining, as well as the ability to search using Arabic script.

Lexicon of Greek Grammarians in Antiquity

Serves as the first point of reference for information on these ancient grammarians for scholars of Greek and Latin antiquity, in particular for research into the history of philology, grammar and ancient scholarship.

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Trial expires on Saturday, April 23, 2016.

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