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Social Studies Subject Guide: Human Crossroads

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Fall 2021

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World Religions: Covid 19 Closure Edition

Human Crossroads:  World Religions

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Click the tabs above to find ebooks and databases to help with your assignment.

EBOOKS through Catlin Gabel

You have access to a range of reliable, edited, published ebooks through the US Library.  Use the links at the left to get to the logins and passwords for access. Not sure? Ask Sue or Derek!

Worldmark Encyclopedia of Religious Practices
Use the password (at left) for Gale Ebooks to use this ebook set. Here are direct links to the chapters most relevant for your research. They offer a high level of detail.

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World Religions Reference Library 
Use the password (at left) for Gale Ebooks to use this ebook.  Click the table of contents to find your way around. This multivolume book provides whole chapters on religious beliefs and practices.  

Encyclopedia of Religion, 2nd ed. 
Use the password (at left) for Gale Ebooks to use this 
ebook.  Click the table of contents to find your way around.  This is a 15 volume set of books filled with information on religious beliefs and practices.


MULTCOLIB EShelf Reserves
With a MultCoLib card (or by registering with a cell phone number, you can get quick access to all of these ebooks!  Click on the image below to begin accessing the ebooks directly.  Need help? The videos on the right show you how!

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We don't expect you to have this all figured out.  Need research help? Ask Sue or Derek.

 

Trusted Web Resources

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This is a brief list of web resources. Think of these as a start and model for identifying quality web sources. Notice that most if not all of these websites have .edu and .org extensions. Many of these sources are directly affiliated with universities. List assembled by Derek King.


Buddhism:

Pluralism Project
Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy

Harvard Divinity School

Kenyon College

City University New York

Christianity:

Harvard Divinity School
City University New York

Wesleyan

Pluralism Project

Hinduism:

Harvard Divinity School
City University New York

CSU Long Beach

Pluralism Project

Islam:

Harvard Divinity School
University of Delaware

City University New York

Middle East Institute

Pluralism Project

Judaism:

Harvard Divinity School
City University New York

Pluralism Project

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Your US Librarian

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Sue Phillips
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Upper School Library
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US Associate Librarian

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Derek King
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(503) 297-1894 x 4100