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These databases have the best coverage for academic articles in religion.
ATLA Religion Database with ATLASerials PLUS
A full text version of American Theological Library Association religion database which includes a collection of major religious and theology journals selected by religion scholars in the United States. Full text journals representing all major religious faiths, denominations and language groups are included. [UW restricted]
Religious and Theological Abstracts
Provides objective summaries of articles appearing in scholarly journals in the fields of Religion and Theology. Database lists a wide variety of periodical literature, including Christian, Jewish, and other world religions, and provides English language abstracts of articles in English, Hebrew, Afrikaans, and major European languages. [UW restricted]
These databases may also have relevant religious studies articles.
Academic Search Complete
Scholarly and general interest sources in business, medicine, humanities, social sciences, and science and technology. [UW restricted] Find full-text articles
Index of journal articles from Anthropological Literature (Harvard University) and the Anthropological Index (Royal Anthropological Institute, UK)
Bibliography of Asian Studies
Articles and citations to books and book chapters, 1971 to present, including topics related to Buddhism, Hinduism, and other Asian religions.
Scholarly journal articles and books covering Islam and all aspects of the Muslim world.
Index to Jewish Periodicals
Comprehensive guide to English-language articles, book reviews, and feature stories on contemporary Jewish and Middle Eastern affairs.
Popular E-journal packages
Scholarly journals and books in all disciplines.
Collection of humanities & social sciences electronic journals & 20,000+ ebooks.
Using an EBSCO Database
Finding scholarly journal articles will be necessary throughout your academic career. In
this tutorial, learn some techniques for searching
EBSCO's Academic Search Complete database, which is a good general
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