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For Religion 410, you may find yourself needing to do cross-disciplinary research.  If so, becoming familiar with databases that are typically associated with different disciplines will be helpful to you.  Listed below are several cross-discipline databases and several discipline-specific databases that Concordia subscribes to--if you have any questions about finding information in these eResources, please ask a librarian.  We are here to help!

Cross-disciplinary Databases

(While these databases make searching across disciplines a bit easier, you will still need to look for more substantial and detailed information in those databases meant for a specific area of study.)

Academic Search Premier

Expanded Academic Index

Iter: Gateway to the Middle Ages and Renaissance
(Though focused on these eras, the topics within the resources reach across disciplines.)


Project MUSE



Catholic Periodical and Literature Index
Covers all aspects of Catholicism, and includes 400,000+ article and review citations published in Catholic periodicals, Papal documents, and more. Coverage 1981 to present.

New Testament Abstracts
Article index for scholars, clergy and students of the New Testament. Contains 40,000+ article abstracts and 1,200 review abstracts. Coverage 1985 to present.

Old Testament Abstracts
Features indexing and abstracts for journal articles and books related to Old Testament studies. Topics covered include antiquities, archaeology, theology, philology, and more. Coverage 1978 to present.

Discipline-Specific Databases

(This is only a starter list--you will want to explore almost all of the discipline-specific databases in the drop-down menu on the library's main page which are appropriate for your own Religion 410 topic)