AAS is the “Academic Search of archive content” and with almost 7,600 titles and over 9 million pages, is the most comprehensive set of periodicals in the world published from 1684-1912. AAS covers over 220 years of content in its original format and will infuse search results with primary source material. This collection features not only national level titles or journal offerings, but holds regional and local titles as well, providing a well-rounded and detailed picture of the evolution of the United States – its culture, practices, challenges, growth and change from many points of view. AAS is a must for any History or English department, but as a multi-disciplinary resource, also covers areas of research such as: Agriculture, Science and Technology, Marketing and Advertising, Business, Women’s Studies, Political and Military History, Literature and Linguistics, Religion, Philosophy and so much more. What makes this collection more valuable is that is fully digitized with images from the actual documents and presented in a custom interface designed to serve the needs of academic level research.
ATLA Historical Monographs Collection: Series 1 contains over five million pages of content, and consists of titles from the 13th century through the 1893 World Parliament of Religions with the majority of titles from the 19th century. Since religion was such an integral part of the social, political and economic fabric of life during the time period of this collection, historians researching a wide range of areas, not just religion, will find invaluable material relevant to their work.
ATLA Historical Monographs Collection: Series 2 consists of over five million pages of content from over 14,880 monographs dating from 1894 through 1922. This collection provides a broad view of the changing landscape of religion in America at the end of a century of dramatic cultural and political change.
It offers material on the significant shifts in the religious identification of Americans and the growing interest and experimentation with non-Western religions. It presents a comprehensive picture of American life at the time with the rise of missionary activity and evangelical Christianity and the emergence of the historical critical method – the foundation for all twentieth century biblical scholarship.
Provides indexing of periodicals, essay collections, church documents, papal documents and electronic resources expressly addressing the practice and intellectual tradition of Roman Catholicism. Content within its scope is selected for indexing based on enduring scholarly merit.
Comprising hundreds of titles written during the 16th and 17th centuries, The Digital Library of the Catholic Reformation gives researchers immediate, Web-based access to hundreds of hard-to-find works, including papal documents, synodal decrees, catechisms, confessors’ manuals, biblical commentaries, theological treatises, sacred drama, liturgical works, inquisitorial manuals, preaching guides, accounts of saints’ lives, and devotional works.
JSTOR is database that contains scholarly articles from many disciplines and subject areas. Much of its content is available in full-text (although full-text of recent articles may not be available for a year or more).
Library of Latin Texts, consisting of a Series A and a Series B. The present tool contains the Series A which offers the possibility to examine the distribution of word-forms through the entire database using each of the filters, i.e. the different periods of Latin, the individual authors and their works, and, consequently, to find out the exact number of their occurrences on each of these levels (and not only the number of contexts that contain the queried object); one can now, for instance, find out the distribution of a given word-form in each of the works of St Augustine in which it occurs.
LLT-B makes it possible to capture new texts on a significantly larger scale and in a much shorter time than has previously been the case. For this purpose, notably, much of the analytical work involved in preparing the texts has been dropped. So, although presently much smaller, LLT-B is expected to surpass LLT-A in this respect in the future.
An essential resource for the study of Britain and its place in the world during the medieval and early modern period (c. 1100-1800). Combines the key printed sources for English, Irish, Scottish and Colonial history with original manuscripts.
A product of a partnership between ATLA and Boston College. The database is an indispensable research and bibliographic aid for scholars, librarians, clergy and students of the New Testament and its historical milieu. The database contains more than 44,000 article abstracts, 1,200 review abstracts, 16,500 book abstracts, and 50 software abstracts
A product of a partnership between ATLA and the Catholic Biblical Association. The database features indexing and abstracts for journal articles, monographs, multi-author works, and software related to Old Testament studies. Topics covered include antiquities, archaeology, biblical theology, philology and much more.
Comprehensive resource for the study of the Bible and biblical history. Authoritative scholarly texts and reference works are integrated with tools that provide ease of research into the background, context, and issues related to the Bible.
An electronic version of the first edition of Jacques-Paul Migne's Patrologia Latina, published between 1844 and 1855, and the four volumes of indexes published between 1862 and 1865. The Patrologia Latina comprises the works of the Church Fathers from Tertullian in 200 AD to the death of Pope Innocent III in 1216.
This database provides a wide range of primarily full-text, international periodicals for diverse religious and spiritual studies, covering formal theological studies of major religions, as well as the most recent trends and scholarly thought. Included are titles from religious publishing bodies and nondenominational organizations. The resource reflects a wide spectrum of religious belief systems and supports the global study of religion.
Sources Chrétiennes is a bilingual collection of patristic texts founded in Lyon in 1942 by the Jesuits Jean Daniélou, Claude Mondésert, and Henri de Lubac. The initial release will contain the texts of 200 volumes. The series consists of editions-with-translations of Christian texts in Greek and Latin, but also other languages such as Syriac, Aramaic, and Georgian.