New on our virtual shelves is this compilation of essays examining the issue of leadership within the matrix of religious denominations, organizations, and movements in North America. Our own Prof. Zscheile has contributed an essay, "Christian Biblical Understandings of Leadership."
The classical worlds of Greece and Rome, eighteenth-century German philosophers, Asian artists from ancient times to the present, all are represented in the form of new dictionaries and encyclopedias now available in the library's growing collection of online reference resources. The new titles are:
The Oxford Companion to Classical Civilization
Dictionary of Eighteeth-Century German Philosophers
Benezit Dictionary of Asian Artists
Find them under Research & Resources, then click on Dictionaries and Encyclopedias to view the title list.
Bring your lunch and learn about library/archives resources on Tuesdays and Fridays from 11:30-12:20. To see the schedule of presenters and topics, click here. All sessions are in the Olson Campus Center Seminar Room unless otherwise indicated.
The library has subscribed to the JSTOR Arts & Sciences III collection of 150+ humanities journals, with concentrations in art, literature, music, and religion. JSTOR is a highly respected program for digitally preserving and disseminating complete content up to the most recent 5 years for each journal title. See our Databases A-Z page to connect to and search (or browse) this rich collection.