Eighteenth Century Collections Online: Contains text and indexing for every significant publication printed in England between 1700 and 1800. Includes many American publications.
Nineteenth Century Collection Online: Full-text access to a wealth of books, articles, and documents of all kinds from the Nineteenth Century.
Nineteenth Century Masterfile: An accumulative index to nineteenth century newspapers, periodicals, books and government documents.
Center for Research Libraries: Religion and Philosophy: ASU Library is a CRL member and you can borrow materials from its collection, which includes many missionary documents, early printed books on religion from colonial Spanish America, and documents from several Christian denominations.
Church Missionary Society Periodicals (Module 1): Publications from the Church Missionary Society and the South American Missionary Society, 1804-2009.
Empire Online: Images of original manuscripts and printed documents on colonial history, politics, culture and society from libraries and archives around the world.
HathiTrust Digital Library: Digitized materials from major research institutions and libraries.
Parker Library on the Web: Manuscripts from the Parker Library at Corpus Christi College, Cambridge. The database includes images, bibliographic information, and transcriptions of manuscripts in Old and Middle English, French, Latin, Greek, and Arabic.
Past Masters: A large collection of primary documents in the humanities, particularly but not exclusively philosophy. The texts are definitive editions of the complete works of many seminal figures in the history of thought, including published and unpublished works, articles and essays, and correspondence ranging from ancient Greece to the late 19th century.
African History and Culture, 1540-1921: A comprehensive collection of books, pamphlets, almanacs, broadsides and ephemera covering the history, peoples, and social and economic development of the African continent from the 16th century to the early 20th century. The Library Company of Philadelphia.
Archives of the Church of Uganda Online: Documents from the Church of the Province of Uganda (English and Bantu languages). The collection covers the period from the arrival of the first Church Missionary Society missionaries at King Mutesa's court (1877) to the early 1980s.
Access to Mideast and Islamic Resources (AMIR): A guide for Open Access journals and digitized collections put together by librarians Charles Jones and Peter Magierski.
Acta Sanctorum (1642): A principal source of research into the societies and cultures of early Christian and medieval Europe. Includes materials on the lives of the saints in critical editions with commentaries on the source documents.
Analecta hymnica medii aevi digitalia (500-1400): Contains Latin texts of hymns of the Catholic Church.
The Catholic Pamphlets Collection: Include a wide selection of documents from the 19th Centuray and on. University of Notre Dame.
Digital Library of Classic Protestant Texts (1500-1700): The database includes over a thousand primary works that represent the theological thought of Lutheran, Reformed, Anglican, Presbyterian, Baptist, and Anabaptist traditions. The genres represented include biblical commentaries, catechisms, treatises, liturgical works, pastoral writings, sermons, church histories, confessional documents, disputations, and personal letters, as well as philosophical, social, and political writings. The database covers topics such as Church authority, free will, justification, prayer and meditation, purgatory, the Arts, attitudes towards Jews, education & learning, religious freedom, and the religious and social role of women.
Digital Library of the Catholic Reformation (1500-1700): The database includes primary works that represent the theological thought that predated and followed the Roman Catholic Church’s Council of Trent, resulting in Catholic reform. The genres represented include papal documents, synodal decrees, catechisms, confessors’ manuals, biblical commentaries, theological treatises, liturgical works, inquisitorial manuals, preaching guides, saints’ lives, letters, and devotional literature, as well as philosophical, social, and political writings. The works are presented in their original languages of Latin, English, French, Italian, Spanish, and German. The database covers topics such as Church authority, free will, justification, prayer and meditation, purgatory, the Arts, attitudes towards Jews, education and learning, religious freedom, and the religious and social role of women.
Europeana: Images, texts, sound and video files from museums, archives, and libraries across Europe.
The Gnosis Archive: Collection of primary texts, lectures and citations for the study of Gnosticism.
Online Chinese Christian Collection: Includes material in Chinese and other languages; made available as open access thanks to a collaboration of Globethics.net, Geneva, and Kingdom Business College, Beijing, China.
Papal Encyclicals: Official pronouncements from Popes throughout history.
Patrolina Latina(200-1216): Jacques-Paul Migne's work; contains works of the Church Fathers from Tertullian to the death of Pope Innocent III. Includes prefatory material, original texts, critical apparatus & indexes, Migne's column numbers, & references.
Muslim, Christian, and Jewish Relations in the Middle East: "This forum aims to promote the humanistic study of urban religious cultures in the Middle East and North Africa during the Islamic era, i.e., in the period following the rise of Islam in the seventh century. It seeks to draw the attention of researchers to useful resources, and particularly to printed books, manuscripts, and images in the library collections of the University of Pennsylvania."
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