Oxford Reference Online - Religion
Access to 12 reference sources published by Oxford University Press on the topics in the area religion and philosophy. Search all sources collectively or search within an individual title.
Oxford Dictionary of National Biography
Includes more than 50,000 biographies of individuals who shaped the history of Great Britain and beyond. From the fourth century BC to the 2000. Includes illustrations
The 1913 15-volume set of the Catholic Encyclopedia. Covers topics both religious and secular, from a Catholic perspective.
A bibliography is list of bibliographic citations, (also called Works Cited, Literature Cited , Reference List) at the end of a journal article or book that lists the sources used by an author.
Bibliographies can also be reserach tools that bring together in one location (either print or electronic) citations from articles, books, book chapters, disserations, conference proceedings, primary matierials, and other academic sources about a specific topic. That topic might be broad, such as "Medieval history" or very narrow, such as "Red-haired women mentioned in courtly literature."
Bibliographies can be useful for discovering additional sources for your research. Since they include many different types of sources, it is important to be able to identify the type of source from the citation, in order to locate it.
Medieval studies: a bibliographical guide About 9,000 items (books and monographs) in classed arrangement; nearly all entries are briefly annotated. Nice arrangement of primary sources. Lists "the major collections of sources and the secondary literature considered to be of basic importance."
Medieval studies: an introduction Designed to offer the student "a convenient orientation in the field." (Introduction). Essays by various authors on all aspects of medieval studies. Bibliographical footnotes and/or substantial bibliographies at the end of each chapter.
A guide to the study of medieval history A classic, prepared under the auspices of the Medieval Academy of America. This is a revised and corrected edition of the 1931 It concentrates on Western Europe with "restricted attention to Northern and Eastern Europe" and exclusion of England.