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Answered By Library Staff Last Updated: Nov 12, 2019 Views: 6
Depending on your assignment requirements, a Google or online search can point you in the right direction. You will need to know how to evaluate websites and material you find online, however. Here's an FAQ about advanced searching in Google. You might also try Google Scholar for scholarly sources (not sure what those are? See this FAQ).
But if you're not finding what you need online or your assignment requires library resources, try using a Discovery Catalog search or looking through one of our databases after narrowing them down by "Subject" with the top dropdowns. Recommended database lists are "Religion & Philosophy" or "Humanities."
See this FAQ for search tips when using the library catalog and databases.
When all else fails, ask a librarian! The Liaison Librarian for this subject area is Amanda Ross. You can reach out to her directly using this link.
Other recommended research places are linked below. Happy researching!