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Quick Links to Other DU LibGuides in Religion
Biblical Studies and Christian Origins
Doing research in Biblical Studies or Early Christianity? Check out the LibGuide devoted to this topic!
Dead Sea Scrolls
Interested in Qumran and the Dead Sea Scrolls? Start your research here!
Our Islamic Studies LibGuide is a great starting point for research in this field.
Have a look at our Philosophy LibGuide and find some resources to help make your Religious Studies research more interdisciplinary.
Books, Periodical Titles, Videos and other cataloged materials
This is the library catalog for University Libraries. Your search will help you locate materials owned by University Libraries, including books, magazines, and other cataloged materials.
A unified catalog of many Colorado area libraries. Books held by the libraries can be requested via Prospector and are delivered to the Main Library Lending Desk in 3 to 5 days.
The world's largest bibliographic database presents bibliographic records for books, serials (journals), and all other formats. Use WorldCat to find materials not in University Libraries or Prospector.
Center for Research Libraries
CRL holds approximately five million newspapers, journals, dissertations, archives, government publications, and other traditional and digital resources for research and teaching.
Search the full text of books to find ones that interest you. You are able to view a limited number of pages in many of the books to get a sense of whether the book will be useful for your research. After finding relevant books in Google Books, search Peak or Prospector to find a print copy of the book.
HathiTrust ebook collection
Over 700,000 volumes of electronic in the public domain are digitized by the HathiTrust.
Seeks to preserve and offer access, not only to born-digital content, but to digitized content in various formats (text, audio, video, and software), and to archived Web pages. Its partners for content include the Library of Congress and Smithsonian.