ATLA Religion Database with ATLASerials EBSCOhost
The ATLA Religion Database, which includes over 1.6 million records, indexes journal articles, book reviews, and collections of essays in all fields of religion (and it replaces the now defunct Religion Index One: Periodicals index). ATLASerials (ATLAS) is an online collection of major religion and theology journals selected by leading religion scholars and theologians. Users can read articles or research the history of a topic from as early as 1924 to the present. Both databases may be searched simultaneously from the same interface.
Religion Index One (Continues Index to Religious Periodical Literature) (1949-2008) ATLA
|Paper Index in Library|
Humanities Full Text (H.W. Wilson) (Indexing: 1910; Full-text: 1995) EBSCOhost
Humanities Full Text includes many of the most important academic journals in the humanities with the full text of articles from over 330 periodicals dating back to 1995, and high-quality indexing for almost 700 journals-of which 470 are peer-reviewed. Periodical coverage dates as far back as 1910. The database provides coverage of feature articles, interviews, bibliographies, obituaries, and original works of fiction, drama, poetry and book reviews, as well as reviews of ballets, dance programs, motion pictures, musicals, radio and television programs, plays, operas, and more.
OmniFile Full Text Mega (H. W. Wilson) (Indexing: 1982 Full-text: 1995 ) EBSCOhost
Provides electronic access to full text articles, page images, article abstracts, and citations from thousands of sources on a variety of topics. This composite database incorporates content from several H. W. Wilson stand-alone databases, including Business FullText, Education FullText, General Science FullText, Humanities FullText, Reader's Guide FullText, and Social Sciences FullText. Subjects covered include Accounting, Acquisitions & Mergers, Advertising, Banking, Building & Construction, Chemicals and Pharmaceuticals, Communications, Computers, Cosmetics Industry, Economics, Education, Electronics, Entertainment Industry, Finance, Financial Services, Government Regulations, Health Care, High Technology, Hospitality and Tourism, Human Resources, Industrial Relations, Insurance, International Business, Investments, Management, Marketing, Mass Media, Occupational Health & Safety, Oil & Gas, Paper & Pulp Industries, Public Utilities, Publishing, Purchasing, Real Estate, Retail Trade, Small Business, Taxation, Technology, and Transportation.
SAGE Journals Online (Full-text: 1999- ) SAGE
Provides online access to the full text of 485 journals in Business, Humanities, Social Sciences, and Science, Technology and Medicine.
JSTOR (Arts & Sciences I, II, III, & IV Collections) JSTOR
These collections of full-text journals (from the first issue through an average of 3-5 years prior to the current issue--recent issues are not available) cover the following disciplines: art, archaeology, architecture, Asian studies, business, classics, economics, education, film studies, folklore, history, law, music, performing arts, political science, psychology, public policy and administration, sociology, and religion. There are over 174 journal titles in collection I, over 125 journal titles in collection II, over 150 journal titles in collection III, and over 110 journal titles in collection IV. From a common search screen, all collections may be searched simultaneously, from the full text of the articles to the title, author, abstract, caption, and publication dates, etc. (Note: Barton log-in is required to access this resource from off campus.)
Humanities Index (1974-)
|Paper Index in Library|
Journals Grouped by Subject In Journal Finder (Requires Barton Login to Access)
The following links take you to alphabetical lists in Journal Finder of full-text journal titles that cover specific topics:
Warning: Although Journal Finder categorizes journals by the subjects they cover, it is not the appropriate tool to use when looking for articles on a particular topic. Instead, use the indexes listed above, or use QuickSearch, in order to search for articles on a specific topic.
Last updated March 28, 2013