Equinox Religion Library
Questions, Pathways and Resources for the Academic Study of Religion
The Equinox Religion Library is designed to support users at all stages of their pursuits, from undergraduates to postgraduates and beyond. This dynamic project will eventually encompass all our digital publications on topics related to religion allowing users to discover and access content from multiple formats -- whole books, book chapters, journals and reference books. Users can also create their own personal libraries and/or private reading groups with links to unique collections of readings for courses they may be teaching where students can annotate, comment and share.
All collections include complete (core) books and complete (core) journals as well as supplementary chapters and articles drawn from edited collections and journals that are relevant to the collection's focus. These supplementary components are identified on the home pages of those edited collections and journals and are also featured in the listings (below) of the components of each collection.
We are launching this project with our AfroDiasporic & Indigenous Studies, South & East Asia, and Islamic Studies Collections. Others will follow very soon (Ancient Worlds, Biblical Studies, Christianity, Judaism, New Religious Movements/Contemporary Paganisms & Western Esotericism, and Theory & Methods/Special Topics).