Digital Resources

The Religious Studies Project

The Religious Studies Project (RSP) is an international collaborative enterprise producing weekly podcasts and resources on the social-scientific and critical study of religion. Since January 2012 RSP has released over 380 podcasts, along with response essays broadening the conversation, with religious studies scholars on cutting-edge theoretical, methodological, and empirical issues. As of August 2021, they have over 1 million unique episode downloads. On their website, you can also find teaching resources for using our podcasts to learn more about religious studies, and our weekly digest of opportunities (including job postings, journal CFPs, conference announcements, and funding sources).

New Directions in the Anthropology of Christianity (formerly, AnthroCyBib)

New Directions in the Anthropology of Christianity (formerly, AnthroCyBib) was founded in 2011 as a resource for scholarship that contributes to, or is in dialogue with, the anthropological study of Christianity. Christianity continues to attract significant ethnographic, historical, and theoretical attention among anthropologists and inter-disciplinary scholars. To advance scholarly exchange about Christianity, our project curates multiple resources:

Religion X

Online videos shared via YouTube with introductions to key questions in the study of religions with a special focus on the cognitive science of religion


RelBib is a comprehensive, free online bibliography for the study of religion. It is produced and published by the Specialised Information Service for the Study of Religion (FID Religionswissenschaft) at Tübingen University Library with financial assistance from the German Research Foundation (DFG). In RelBib you find subject-related literature, information and data covering various languages and media. Particular importance is paid to the accessibility of the indexed references: Features provided for this purpose include a search filter for Open Access titles, direct access to full texts, and an availability check. The FID Religionswissenschaft and RelBib are supported by the German Association for the Study of Religions (DVRW).