You will see several sections on this page. Below are descriptions of each:
One Search. This section contains a search box that does a search of all the GCC Library's article databases. Radio buttons below this search box allow you to narrow by article type or even allow you to use a version of Google Scholar that integrates with the GCC Library's resources.
Online Article Databases. This section will allow you search some of the online article database the GCC Library carries with strong religious studies collections. These will provide less articles but may have more relevant results than the One Search option.
Online Journals. The last option on this page are our collections of online journals. All of the GCC Library's articles come from various issues of journals and periodicals. Normally, when you do a search, you simply search for articles contained in all of these journals. However, you can also explore journals issue by issue with some of these helpful links.
When looking up resources on this topic, consider combining the search term Buddhism with the cultural influence you are considering with AND. Doing so will focus your search results to only those results that contain both aspects of this topic.
For Example: Buddhism AND Folk Tales, Buddhism AND Japan, Buddhism AND Shrines,
Buddhism AND Kung Fu, etc.
Project MUSE provides digital humanities and social science content. MUSE is the trusted source of complete, full-text versions of scholarly journals and books. Project MUSE books, launched in January 2012, are fully integrated with MUSE's scholarly journal content.
Multidisciplinary database with more extensive full text holdings than Academic Search Premier, including over 9,000 full text journals. Includes 459 unique titles (54% of its collection) as compared to current GCC Library databases.