Where am I?


  Your Subject Librarian is Julie Portman. She can be reached at 314-889-4569.

Background Information

Britannica Online Academic Edition  

  • This reference source provides full-text documents, facts & figures, video and images, timelines, world data, world atlas and a gateway to the classics.
  • Subjects: All topics -- science, geography, world studies, history, daily life, ecology, sports, technology, and the arts.

Digital Librarian: Religion & Philosophy

  • Hand-picked websites include denomenations, online collections, background, news, articles, on anything and everything religion and philosophy.

For Books

Check the Online Catalog for books. Books on religion can be found in call number sections beginning with BL -- BX.

For Articles

Catholic Periodical & Literature Index

  • This EBSCO database is a periodical index providing citations of articles and reviews published in Roman Catholic periodicals, Papal documents, church promulgations, and books about the Catholic faith.Full-text is not included.
  • Subjects: All aspects of the Catholic faith and lifestyle.

Academic Search

  • This EBSCO database contains a periodical index providing access to over 12,500 journals (8,500 in full-text).
  • Subjects: Numerous areas of academic study including science, ethnic & multicultural studies, mathematics, psychology, religion and women's studies.

JSTOR (Arts & Science I-IV)

  • This archival database contains the full-text of scholarly journals from volume 1, issue 1 of each title along with previous and related titles. The most recently published issues (past 3-5 years) are generally not available; however, current issues for 150 journals are included.
  • Subjects: Science, ethnic & multicultural studies, business, law, mathematics, language & literature, psychology, religion and women's studies

Points of View

  • This EBSCO full-text database provides hundreds of essays, presenting multiple sides of current issues along with thousands of supporting articles.
  • Subjects: Topics from Animal Welfare to Women’s Issues and everything in between.

For Images


  • A digital library of nearly one million images with a set of tools to view, present, and manage images for research and teaching. 
  • Subjects: Art, architecture, the humanities, and social sciences -- American Studies, Anthropology, Asian Studies, Classical Studies, Literary Studies, Medieval Studies, Music, Religious Studies, and Renaissance Studies.