Databases (41 results)
RelBib: Bibliography of the Study of Religion [via Tübingen University Library]
Religious Movements Homepage Project
On this extensive Web site you will find detailed profiles of more than two hundred different religious groups and movements. Some of them may be very familiar to you, others not. In addition, there are other valuable resources, including information on “cult” controversies, essays by respected scholars, and teaching resources on which interested visitors are invited to draw.Begun nearly a decade ago in conjunction with a course on New Religious Movements that Prof. Jeffrey K. Hadden had taught at the University of Virginia for more than twenty years, the Religious Movements Homepage Project has grown into an Internet resource for teaching and scholarship that is widely acknowledged as among the finest in the world.
Renaissance and Reformation Bibliography [Oxford Bibliographies Online]
This extensive set of 120 bibliographic entries explores the world as known to Europeans during the period “which spans roughly from the 14th through 17th centuries. The entries provide excellent orientations to seminal and current scholarships on broadly (the Ottoman Empire)and narrowly constructed topics (Montaigne).
Renda Periodicals Database (人大报刋复印資料) [via CEPIEC]
RePORTER (Research Portfolio Online Reporting Tools Expenditures & Results)
From NIH, this tool can be used to search a repository of both intramural and extramural NIH-funded research projects from the past 25 years, and access publications and patents resulting from NIH funding. The system also provides access to research supported by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ), the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA), the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), and the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). It retains all of the search capabilities of the former CRISP system, while providing additional query fields, hit lists that can be sorted and downloaded to Excel, NIH funding for each project (expenditures), and the publications and patents that have acknowledged support from each project (results).The results of the query are returned in a project listing that includes the project number, subproject identifier (if applicable), project title, contact principal investigator, performing organization, fiscal year of funding, NIH administering and funding Institutes and Centers (IC), and the fiscal year total costs provided by each funding IC. The project number, subproject id, and the project title are clickable and linked to more detailed information on several Project Information tabs, including Description, Details, Results, and Subprojects (for multi-project grants only).