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Some possible starting points
Below are some examples of kinds of sources that might be helpful early in the research process.
To find this kind of thing search for the author name or topic keyword +
Encyclopedia of Religion (online)
A cross-cultural approach that emphasizes religion's role within everyday life and as a unique experience from culture to culture, this new edition will be the definitive work in the field for the 21st century.
Religion and Law in America
This informative, easy-to-use reference work covers a wide range of legal issues that affect the roles of religion and law in American society.
Library of Congress Subject Headings, a few examples:
- Search for author using the author search: Shelley, Mary
- Use an asterisk as a wildcard: litera* finds literature, literary, literally, etc.
- Limit results by language (Modify search)
Limit your search results
Limit to specific libraries to hone your results by choosing the Entire Collection dropdown in OskiCat:
Some items in OskiCat are located in the NRLF, which stands for the Northern Regional Library Facility, a UC Library storage facility in Richmond, CA. You can easily get ahold of most items in NRLF by selecting the Request link: