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Religion *: Sacred Texts

This guide is designed to aid undergraduate students in their studies in all areas of religion.

Sacred Texts

There is an outstanding collection of sacred texts, commentaries, and secondary resources at the Internet Sacred Text Archive (http://www.sacred-texts.com/index.htm) These texts are from older, but scholarly, translations. Check PRIMO for newer translations and commentaries.

Cambridge History of the Bible. Peter R. Ackroyd, Ed. Cambridge: the University Press, 1963-1970.
3 volumes. Doheny and Leavey: BS445.C26. Also available in the Cambridge Histories Online.

The New Interpreter’s Bible: general articles and introduction, commentary and reflections for each book of the Bible, including the Apocryphal/Deuterocanonical books. Nashville: Abington Press, 1994.
12 volumes plus index. Doheny Reference: BS491.2.N484 1994

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Dr. Melissa Miller
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Dr. Melissa L. Miller
Head, Hoose Library of Philosophy / Humanities Librarian

SUBJECT SPECIALIST - COLLECTIONS, TEACHING & RESEARCH:
* Philosophy
* Religion
* Anthropology
* History of Science & Technology
* Linguistics
* Comparative Literature

SUBJECT SPECIALTIES CONTINUED:
* Manuscript Studies
* Digital Humanities
* Leadership & Project Management

SCALAR DIGITAL HUMANITIES PROJECT:
* USC Illuminated Medieval Manuscripts
LINK: https://scalar.usc.edu/works/usc-illuminated-medieval-manuscripts/index

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