Bibliographies, Directories, and Reports



  • Directory of Catholic Libraries and Archives
    • The directory is intended to identify libraries and archives at Catholic institutions primarily in the United States and Canada.  The directory provides contact information for librarians and representatives at universities and colleges in North America. 
  • Religion, Media, and the Digital Turn: Potential Projects and Case Studies
    • This guide, composed in a Google Doc by Christopher D. Cantwell and Hussein Rashid, thoroughly lists projects, ongoing publications, new media projects, and platforms/networks that cover multiple faiths through a digital medium. 
  • Women Religious History Sources: A Guide to Repositories in the United States (4th Edition) 
    • This initiative intends to provide scholars with an update to the last comprehensive resource on Women Religious Archives, Women Religious History Sources: A Guide to Repositories in the United States, edited by Evangeline Thomas, CSJ, and published in 1983.

      To search the directory, simply do a "Ctrl F" (press the Ctrl button and F simultaneously) - on your keyboard. A window will appear into which you can type your search term(s) and voila, you will be taken to matching terms in the document.


  • Supporting the Changing Research Practices of Historians 
    • This is a report by Ithaka S+R, a service of Ithaka, the not-for-profit organization that also manages JSTOR and Portico.
 The study was funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities and focuses upon today's historians, specifically their academic and research needs. The study suggests how historians might be best assisted by research support providers.
  • Use of Archives by Catholic Historians, 2010-2012: A Citation Study
    • The authors of this article focus on a citation study of the use of archives by researchers of Catholic history. Citation data was gathered from three Catholic history journals and analyzed for two specific attributes: the types of materials cited and the type of repository. The article's findings draw conclusions on collection development and archival description.

  • What is the Future of CatholicDH?
    • Comments offered by Kyle Roberts, Director of the Jesuit Libraries Provenance Project, and faculty member at Loyola University Chicago on the Presidential Roundtable, “The Future of Catholic History: What Do Graduate Students Want to Know?” at the American Catholic Historical Association Annual Meeting on Saturday, January 7th, at 10:30am in Denver.