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REL 234: Chinese Religious Traditions: Getting Started

Encyclopedia Collections

Not sure which subject encyclopedia to start with?  Try searching these large collections of subject encyclopedias.

Subject Encyclopedias for Chinese Religions

You can use subject encyclopedias at the beginning of the research process to:

  • Identify concepts and terms (including alternative spellings) to use in your searches
  • Find out what the major scholarly interpretations are
  • Better understand the parameters of your topic
  • See what sources other scholars recommend that you consult

Humanities Librarian

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Peggy Burge
Contact:
Collins Library 119
253.879.3512

Work with a Peer Research Advisor!

Fall 2020

Hannah Turner and Allie Highsmith are your Peer Research Advisors for 2020-21!
 
Virtual Drop-in Hours
Sunday through Wednesday:  6:30 to 8:30 pm PST (Pacific Standard Time)
We use Google Meet: 
Meeting Phone Numbers: (‪US‬)‪+1 262-457-9538‬, PIN: ‪254 151 924#‬
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Appointments

Allie and Hannah are also available for individual appointments.  Go to our Schedule a Research Appointment page, click the request button, and select either Hannah or Allie from the drop-down menu to see what appointment times they have available.