In addition to regular course materials, many Departments and Program Coordinators have developed supplementary information sources and more for students, other faculty members and the community at large.
American Academy of Religion: aarweb.org
The largest and most influential North American academic society for the study of religion
Society of Biblical Literature: sbl-site.org
The oldest and largest learned society devoted to the critical investigation of the Bible from a variety of academic disciplines
Canadian Society for the Study of Religion: http://www.cssrscer.ca
Academic society for Canadian scholars of religion
Pew research Religion and the Public Life Project: pewresearch.org/topic/religion
Excellent source of information on issues involving social and political aspects of religion.
The Pluralism Project at Harvard University: pluralism.org
Offers an impressive array of helpful resources, especially with regard to the world’s religions in North America
Religion online: religion-online.org
Religion Online is designed to assist teachers, scholars and general “seekers” who are interested in exploring religious issues.
Scholarly Approaches to the Study and Teaching of Religion (SASTOR)
Mahavidya (“Great Wisdom.”) - is a site intended as a resource for the scholarly study of the Hindu tradition. Derived from Sanskrit, Hinduism’s sacred language.