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The Anchor Yale Bible Commentaries series includes 86 volumes of Biblical commentaries from a variety of wisdom and resources from Protestant, Catholic, and Jewish scholars. Includes book-by-book translation and exegesis of the Bible, including the apocrypha.
Find it. Write it. Cite it. The Chicago Manual of Style Online is the venerable, time-tested guide to style, usage, and grammar in an accessible online format. Turabian is a shortened version of The Chicago Manual of Style.
An older search interface for OCLC's WorldCat. Unlike WorldCat Discovery, FirstSearch does not group like items together, so results will include many duplicate items (which can be useful when comparing editions).
A portal to the collected works of the Greek Fathers in the Greek Language, edited by Jacques Migne. This is an excellent source but not to use. The links on the right-hand side of the page will help you to fully search and utilize the site.
A portal to the collected works of the Latin Fathers in the Latin Language, edited by Jacques Migne. This is an excellent source but not the easiest to use. The links on the right-hand side of the page will help you to get the most out of the site.
The Student Supplement for the SBL Handbook of Style. This offers students resources on the basics of SBL Style as well as information on the many, many abbreviations that are used in Biblical studies.
American Prison Newspapers brings together hundreds of newspapers published within prisons by incarcerated people over the past 200 years. When complete, the collection will contain newspapers from prisons in every state, representing penal institutions of all kinds, including women-only institutions.
The Student Activism collection is intended to serve as a scholarly bridge from the extensive history of student protest in the United States to the study of today's vibrant, continually unfolding actions. The collection captures the voices of students across the great range of protest, political actions, and equal-rights advocacy from the 20th and early 21st century United States. The primary sources are broad-based across time, geography, and political viewpoint — from conservative to anarchist.