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The Index Religiosus is an internationally renowned bibliography of academic publications in the fields of theology, religious sciences, and Church history. It is a gateway to books and articles written in major European languages (English, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Dutch, Portuguese, etc.). The Index Religiosus brings together the Elenchus Bibliographicus (formerly published by the Ephemerides Theologicae Lovanienses) and the bibliography of the Revue d’Histoire Ecclésiastique.
The Index Religiosus is an indispensable instrument for scholars, the quality of which is improved daily thanks to an ongoing process of eliminating double records that resulted from merging the two bibliographies. Currently, the Index Religiosus counts more than 600,000 bibliographic records. Another 20,000 titles are added yearly, with updates applied every 3 months. The bibliography stems from the fruitful collaboration between two institutions that are known for their expertise in the aforementioned domains – the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven (KU Leuven) and the Université Catholique de Louvain (UCL).
Currently, the Index Religiosus counts more than 600,000 bibliographic records. Another 20,000 titles are added yearly, with updates applied every 3 months.
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Oxford University Press has extended our trial of Oxford Handbooks Online until May. We had planned to subscribe to the religion titles in the coming year, but this access makes the entire collection available this semester.
The Atla Websites on Religion LibGuide is a growing, selective, annotated collection of web resources for the study of religion. Created by Charles Bullinger and formerly maintained by the Wabash Center on Religion.