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  1. THEO 3210Part II

  2. COMMENTARIES: Depth

  3. COMMENTARIES: Basic structure

  4. COMMENTARIES: Pericope-specific bibliographies

  5. COMMENTARIES: Pericope-specific bibliographies

  6. COMMENTARIES: IDENTIFICATION Classic catalogKeyword field: SPU WorldCatKeyword field:

  7. MONOGRAPHS AND ARTICLES • Two preliminary comments: • Searching is no substitute for reading and “following the links”. This is true of commentaries, too. Those commentaries that don’t offer pericope-specific bibliographies will still refer to the literature! • All bibliographies, whether non-serial or serial, have their limitations. Though some are much more extensive than others, none is truly comprehensive. Hence no. 1 again, above. • Types of searches (use them all): • By passage (a special form of Subject Heading or Descriptor search, below) • By unofficial Keyword (including foreign-language equivalents, where appropriate) • By official Subject Heading or Descriptor

  8. MONOGRAPHS AND ARTICLES: Searching by passage • Important sources of “indexing” by passage: • Commentaries with pericope-specific bibliographies (monographs, articles, and sometimes unpublished dissertations) • Non-serial bibliographies (articles and sometimes monographs and dissertations, depending) • Serial bibliographies (articles and sometimes monographs and dissertations, depending) • Library catalogs (monographs and dissertations, mostly, although increasingly articles, too)

  9. MONOGRAPHS AND ARTICLES: Searching by passage: 1. Commentaries with pericope-specific bibliographies

  10. MONOGRAPHS AND ARTICLES: Searching by passage: 2. Non-serial bibliographies. For example, Mills. Index to periodical literature on Christ and the Gospels. Brill, 1998. REF BT202 .M55 1998. Articles only. Replaces Metzger’s Index to periodical literature on Christ and the Gospels (Brill, 1966). Mills. Index to periodical literature for the study of the New Testament. Brill, 2004. REF BS410.M5497 2004. Articles only. Non-serial bibliographies devoted to individual Gospels or aspects thereof, for example: Bovon. Luke the theologian: fifty-five years of research (1950-2005). Baylor, 2006. BS2589 .B6813 2006. Or Rábanos Espinosa & Muñoz León. BibliografiaJoanica: evangelio, cartas y apocalipsis 1960-1986. CSIC, 1990. For others, for example bibliographies devoted to historical-Jesus research, the synoptic problem, individual gospels, and so forth, see Meredith, “Bibliographies in biblical studies”. Supplementing lists like Meredith’s, and with article-length bibliographies, too.

  11. MONOGRAPHS AND ARTICLES: Searching by passage: 2. Non-serial bibliographies: Mills, Gospels:

  12. MONOGRAPHS AND ARTICLES: Searching by passage: 2. Non-serial bibliographies: Mills, Gospels: ?

  13. MONOGRAPHS AND ARTICLES: Searching by passage: 2. Non-serial bibliographies: Mills, Gospels: ?

  14. MONOGRAPHS AND ARTICLES: Searching by passage: 2. Non-serial bibliographies: Mills, New Testament:

  15. MONOGRAPHS AND ARTICLES: Searching by passage: 2. Non-serial bibliographies: Mills, New Testament:

  16. MONOGRAPHS AND ARTICLES: Searching by passage: 3. Serial bibliographies: ATLA Religion Database • Limitations of the ATLA Religion Database’s “Scriptures” button (or “SC Scripture Citation” field): • ATLA Religion Database coverage generally, which is not as extensive as that of (for example) Elenchus of Biblica. • Human judgment/error. • The “Scriptures” button itself: a “Scriptures” button search (which is based on the “SC Scripture Citation” field) . . . • is supposed to return works of modern scientific exegesis only. For this reason, it • complements (doesn’t necessarily eliminate the need for) an “SU Subject” field search (below). • dates from 1986 only, with some unpredictable retrospective coverage thrown in. For this reason alone it should really be supplemented with an “SU Subject” field search, as, for example,

  17. MONOGRAPHS AND ARTICLES: Searching by passage: 3. Serial bibliographies: ATLA Religion Database

  18. MONOGRAPHS AND ARTICLES: Searching by passage: 3. Serial bibliographies: New Testament abstracts Repeat for each volume (SPU does not yet have NTA in electronic form)

  19. MONOGRAPHS AND ARTICLES: Searching by passage: 3. Serial bibliographies: Others • Elenchus of Biblica. A Seattle Universityperiodical. The mostcomprehensive of the indices to the literature of biblicalstudies. • Catalogue de l'École Biblique et ArchéologiqueFrançaise de Jérusalem. • BiBL, BiblicalBibliography of Lausanne. • BILDI, Documentation for BiblicalLiterature in Innsbruck. • etc.

  20. MONOGRAPHS AND ARTICLES: Searching by passage: 3. Serial bibliographies: Elenchus of Biblica (Seattle U) Repeat for each volume

  21. MONOGRAPHS AND ARTICLES: Searching by passage: 4. Library catalogs In the Classic Catalog(far from comprehensive!): Pattern is Bible [Testament] Book Chapter (Roman) Verses (Arabic) This does not work well in the new SPU catalog (WorldCat Local). For this reason, I sometimes run a search like this in the Harvard Classic catalog, which is much more comprehensive than Summit and retains the Subject Browse feature of the old SPU Classic catalog, a feature that the new SPU catalog (WorldCat Local)lacks.

  22. MONOGRAPHS AND ARTICLESSearching by Keyword and Subject Heading/Descriptor Do not rely solely on searches by passage. Use unofficial Keywords and official Subject Headings/Descriptors as well. Here are a pericope-specific monograph and a pericope-specific article. Neither were assigned passages: Keywords Official Subject Heading, but no passage (e.g. bible n t mark xii 1 12) Keywords Official Subject Heading, but no “SC Scripture Citation” field containing, e.g., Luke 20:9-19 (not even an “SU Subject” field containing, e.g., bible luke)

  23. SECURING BOOKS WorldCat (InterLibrary Loan (ILL)) WorldCat First Search, Harvard University, Princeton Seminary, and beyond Public libraries (SPL, KCLS, etc.) PSAIL (NWU, PLU) OCA (Summit borrowing, adopted borrowing) SPU

  24. SECURING ARTICLES (handout)