Database Spotlight – JSTOR Religion and Theology Collection
The JSTOR Religion & Theology Collection covers the history and philosophy of religious thought spanning traditions, periods, and critical approaches. The collection contains more than 80 titles, drawn exclusively from existing JSTOR Arts & Sciences collections. It supports religious studies research as well as scholarship in archaeology, literature, philosophy, and more.
More than 30 journals in the collection are dedicated to the general study of religion. Another 30 journals are focused on Christianity studies. Theology journals are well represented, and the collection also boasts clusters in Judaic studies, Islamic studies, and African and Asian religions.
JSTOR’s Religion & Theology collection offers more than 15 journals whose archives on JSTOR extend over 100 years. More than a dozen journals are from outside of the United States, including clusters from the United Kingdom, the Netherlands, Germany, and Italy.
Notable Titles include:
• Journal of Religion (1921-)
• Religious Studies (1965-)
• Church History (1932-)
• Modern Judaism (1981-)
• Islamic Studies (1962-)
• Harvard Theological Review (1908-)
• Religion and American Culture (1991-)
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The JSTOR Religion & Theology Collection is available to current UPSem students, faculty and staff as well as alumni of UPSem and BTSR. For more information about JSTOR or assistance accessing this resource please contact Ryan Douthat by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone (804) 278-4217.