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Religious Studies: Journals in Religion

Table of Contents Alerts

Alerts are the most convenient way to stay current with scholarly literature.  Click here for a guide to setting up table of contents alerts for the most recent issues of specific journals.

Finding Journals in the Library Catalog


Search the library catalog to see if the library subscribes to a journal. The catalog record(s) will indicate dates of coverage and also whether the journal is available in electronic or print format (or both). To search for journal articles, see the Find Journal Articles section of this guide.

Select electronic journal titles available at AU Libraries

  • E-journals at AU Libraries includes all subject areas, not just religion. You may select Philosophy and Religion from the subject category pull-down menu.

Journal Abbreviations: If you are working with an article citation, the title of the journal may be abbreviated. In many instances, you can do a journal title search in the library catalog using the journal abbreviation. If you are in doubt about what the journal abbreviation stands for, the database WorldCat will frequently translate the journal abbreviation into a full journal title (enter the abbreviation into the WorldCat "title" search box).

Can't find the journal in the library catalog? In most cases, you can obtain a copy of the journal article via interlibrary loan (ILL).  Delivery time for ILL varies, but you should allow at least 7-10 days for the requested item to arrive at our library.