For most Regent students, Summon, the Library’s search engine, is their introduction to online research. Summon is the best way to start most research projects, but if you’re looking for the best multi-disciplinary database to search in conjunction with Summon, we suggest Academic Search Complete. This world-renown database features nearly 3,000 peer-reviewed, full-text journals, 3,500 periodicals, 75,000 videos, and indexing and links to 4,700 open access journals. Just as important as quantity of content is the effectiveness of the searching platform. EBSCO offers unsurpassed intuitive searching across all academic disciplines for all levels of research experience. To begin searching Academic Search Complete, click here.
Critical Race Theory (CRT) is a movement currently in the news. Here are a few recommendations of books that discuss concepts instrumental in the development of CRT:
Crenshaw, K., Gotanda, N.m Feller, G., Thoman, K. (eds.) (1996). Critical race theory with key writings that formed the movement. New Press. KF4755.A75 C7 1995
The library sought recommendations from various faculty and administration members at Regent University for resources that provide a Christian perspective. (N.B. Works by Christians may or may not reflect a Biblical worldview.)
Baucham, V. (2021). Fault lines: the social justice movement and evangelicalism’s looming catastrophe. Salem Books. BT738.B29
Mason, E. (2021). Urban apologetics: Restoring black dignity with the gospel. Zondervan. online
Tisby, J. (2021). How to fight racism: Courageous Christianity and the journey toward racial justice. Zondervan Reflective. BT734.2 T57
Trueman, C. R. (2021, February). Evangelicals and Race Theory. First Things. https://www.firstthings.com/article/2021/02/evangelicals-and-race-theory
Williams, T. J. (2020). Confronting injustice without compromising truth: 12 questions Christians should ask about social justice. Zondervan Academic. BR115.J8 W55
These books are available through the library. Check our new website for more information. https://www.regent.edu/regent-library/
– Dr. Esther R. Gillie, Dean of the University Library
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In anticipation of the launch of Regent’s new music degrees, the Library has subscribed to the world’s most respected music reference database, Oxford Music Online. Oxford Music Online actually comprises three reference works, Oxford Dictionary of Music, Oxford Companion to Music, and the famous Grove Music Online. Together, these three resources include more than 70,000 articles written by the world’s most authoritative scholars. Although essential resources for professional musicians and researchers, most of the entries are accessible to anyone wishing to learn more about music. To begin exploring Oxford Music Online, click here. Please send comments or questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.