The Holland and Terrell Library contains many resources for both students and faculty interested in religion, including the minor in the cross-disciplinary Religious Studies Program. If you have any questions not answered on the WSU Libraries website or would like to request a book or journal on any subject related to religion, please contact Bob Matuozzi. For questions about the Religious Studies program, please see the Religious Studies Program site.
Search It. The library catalog includes holdings for all the WSU Library sites, in Pullman and across the state. Please note: Electronic journals and other 'virtual' resources are included in this catalog.
Click on any of the links below to see where these subjects are physically located in Holland & Terrell Library. The reference books in these classifications are located in the reference area on the first floor of Holland & Terrell Library just off the Atrium. (The first floor level is the main entrance to the library.)
|A - General Works||J - Political Science||R - Medicine|
|B - Philosophy, Psychology, Religion||K - Law||S - Agriculture|
|C - Auxiliary Sciences of History||L - Education||T- Technology|
|D - World History||M - Music and Books on Music||U - Military Science|
|E - History of the Americas||N - Fine Arts||W - WSU|
|G - Geography, Anthropology, Recreation||P - Language and Literature||Z - Bibliography|
|H - Social Sciences||Q - Science|
These research databases and eBooks are made available by subscription or purchase through the WSU Libraries.
The Holland and Terrell Library print reference collection is located on the 1st floor of Terrell (main library entrance) behind the reference desk.
Print and electronic information about scholarly journals, book review citations, and retrospective periodicals indexing.
The American Academy of Religion is the largest association of religion scholars in the world.
Concise introductory monographs on a wide range of topics, including the arts and humanities.
List of full-text religion periodicals currently indexed in JSTOR and Project MUSE.