Philosophy & Religion Guide

Trocaire College Libraries

Research Databases: Journal Articles and Images

The complete list of our databases and more are available in the Resources section of the website.

Articles not available in full-text can be requested through Interlibrary Loan.

Citation Tips for EBSCO

Look for the Tools on the right side of the window. Click the page icon. Select the citation style needed. Simply copy and paste the citation to your paper.


Please be aware that the citation may be correct but the format of the citation may be incorrect. If you need help setting up a citation or reference page, check out our Citation Help page or contact a librarian.

Gale

Gale has a collection of different databases to use:

Citation Tips for Gale

Look for the Tools on the right side of the window. Click the Cite icon in the middle of the list. Select the citation style needed. Simply copy and paste the citation to your paper.


Please be aware that the citation may be correct but the format of the citation may be incorrect. If you need help setting up a citation or reference page, check out our Citation Help page or contact a librarian.

ProQuest

ProQuest Central is a large collection of scholarly and popular articles in a broad range of subjects.

Citation Tips for ProQuest

Look for the light blue tool bar below the search bar . Click the Citation Tools option at the top of the list. Select the citation style needed. Simply copy and paste the citation to your paper.


Please be aware that the citation may be correct but the format of the citation may be incorrect. If you need help setting up a citation or reference page, check out our Citation Help page or contact a librarian.

Access our library catalog to find books available in our collection. Reference and Reserve books may only be used in the Library. Circulating books may be checked out for 28 days. Reserve and circulating books require a valid Trocaire ID to be checked out. Books not available in our collection can be obtained through AcademicSHARE.

Newer Circulating Books*


*Circulating books may be check out for 28 days with a valid Trocaire ID.

eBooks from EBSCOhost can be downloaded using Adobe Digital Editions.


Mobile devices may also need Bluefire Reader.

Credo Reference

eBooks from EBSCOhost*



* eBook titles owned by the library are available in the library catalog.

Streaming videos have a direct link in the library catalog.

Films on Demand - Sophocles: The Theban Plays


DVDs are available in the circulating collection. Titles can be found in the library catalog.

Outside Resources

American Philosophical Association

Promotes the discipline and profession of philosophy. Check out "Resources- More Resources" link to find other organizations, blogs, journals, etc.


BBC Religions Page

The BBC maintains brief overviews of each of the world’s major religions on its website, however the overviews are not peer-reviewed.


The Catholic Encyclopedia Online

The digitized version of the original Catholic Encyclopedia.


Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy

Provides open access to detailed, scholarly information on key topics and philosophers in all areas of philosophy.


Journal of Ethics and Social Philosophy

A peer-reviewed open-access, academic journal of moral, political, and legal philosophy published by the University of Southern California.


PhilPapers

A comprehensive index and bibliography of philosophy maintained by the community of philosophers.


Project Gutenberg

Free public domain ebooks. Including works by some of the great philosophers, such as Plato, Socrates, and Aristotle.


Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy

A refereed encyclopedia of philosophy that contains articles which are reviewed by an editorial board before they are made public.


Western New York Catholic

Is a monthly newspaper chronicling news and events happening in the eight counties of the Diocese of Buffalo.


WOR (Websites on Religions)

A collection of web sources for the study of religion. Focuses mainly on scholarly open access sources.


WRSP (World Religions & Spirituality Project)

The mission of the WRSP is to provide objective, reliable and comprehensive information about the world’s religious and spiritual groups. The site provides profiles of contemporary religious and spiritual movements, established world religions, and historical religious and spiritual movements.

Any questions, ask a librarian!

Cindy Seitz, MLS

Philosophy & Religion Subject Librarian

Updated June 2021