Doing Research….In Religion Posted on March 1st, 2018 by

Are you taking a Religion course and need to conduct some research? The Gustavus Library is here to help.

Topics in Religion are wonderfully diverse. You might be studying anything from biblical texts to  the intersection of Buddhist meditation practices and mindfulness movements to the role of religion in American politics.

The Religion Research Guide will help you navigate various subtopics and angles within the broad study of Religion. Use the tabs at the top to narrow down your field of interest and explore various types of sources. The guide will also help you think through sophisticated research approaches, like the importance of doing cited reference searches.

Our Religion reference section is especially robust and is a great place to start your work. View individual titles on the guide or browse the main Religion reference area, which can be found in the first few rows of the reference section (Library’s main floor on the Beck Hall side).

Finally, you can contact Julie Gilbert, Religion liaison librarian, or any librarian with research questions or to brainstorm research strategies. We look forward to working with you!


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