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Welcome to the research guide for religious studies at Auburn University. For information about finding books, articles, and more, click on the tabs above.  If you have questions about conducting research in religious studies, email Juliet Rumble ( to schedule an individual research consultation.


Getting Started

If you are looking for an introduction to a religious figure, topic, or concept, reference sources such as encyclopedias and dictionaries are helpful starting points.  The companions and guides listed below also cover key thinkers, topics, and concepts:

  •  Oxford Dictionaries Religion
  •  Blackwell Companions to Religion 
  • Cambridge Companions to Religion



            Key Research Databases

            Need to find scholarly journal articles in the field of religious studies?  Try these research databases first:

            For a more detailed list of research databases, click here.

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