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Medieval and Renaissance Studies
A guide to research in Medieval and Renaissance Studies.
The Religion Database, sponsored by the American Theological Library Association, is the premier index to journal articles, book reviews, and collections of essays in all fields of religion. Dates of coverage: 1949 to the present.
Covering European and American art from late antiquity to the present, indexes and abstracts art-related books, conference proceedings and dissertations, exhibition and dealer's catalogs, and articles from more than 2,500 periodicals.
Brepols Periodica offers more than 12,000 journal articles for material published in 2006 or earlier. It consists of scholarly articles in the humanities, many of which are otherwise rare or hard to-locate, comprising articles published from the early twentieth century onwards.
Essay and General Literature Index allows users to locate essays published in anthologies, annual and serial essay collections, and miscellaneous works published in the United States, Great Britain and Canada. The Index covers essay collections published from 1985 to the present.
The Index Religiosus is an international reference bibliography for academic publications in Theology, Religious Studies and Church History. It covers publications written in various European languages (English, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Dutch, etc.
As of January 2014, the Index Religiosus replaces the printed versions of the bibliography of the Revue d’histoire ecclésiastique and the Elenchus Bibliographicus.
A bibliography of more than 1,047,000 records for articles, essays, books, dissertation abstracts, encyclopedia entries and reviews from 9,757 publications, including 1,707 journals for study of the Middle Ages & the Renaissance.
Rarely useful for Medieval & Renaissance Studies - An index to European and world history from 1450 to the present, searchable by author, subject and keyword. Covers about 2000 historical journals published in 50 languages.