Collections of monographs, manuscripts, and newspaper accounts covering key issues of economics, world politics, and international strategy. Some key topics such as: Partition of Africa and British Imperial Policy, the Anglo-Boer War, 1899-1902, the Fashoda Incident, the Witwatersrand Gold Mining Industry, African response to Imperialism, the "Scramble for Africa", Chinese emigration, etc. Document supply available. Part of Nineteenth Century Collections Online.
Contains 1.5 million pages of documentary materials for the exploration of religious and philosophical movements brought on by the dramatic changes in culture and society. Collections within the Archive cover literature of Theology and church history.
Collection comprises the C series records relating to the early history of the Anglican Church in Aotearoa New Zealand and Polynesia (C/NZ), along with selected volumes from the series of copies of letters sent and received (CLR & CLS), consists of files relating to the establishment of the Society's activities in the province, and the development of a diocesan organisation to support them. Includes correspondence from the SPG sent to the Colonial Office, London. Document supply available.
Archive of documents about religion, spirituality, the occult, legends and folklore. Also includes links to texts that relate to humanity as a whole such as documents about evolution and the relationship between religion and science.
The leading statistical survey of Christianity and church life in Australia, the NCLS is conducted after each national census and data correlated with it and other statistical sources. All major denominations included, representing 80% of church attenders. Website includes "ChurchSEARCH" a comprehensive directory of churches.
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A critical survey and more than 400 definitions and essays on occult, paranormal and pseudoscientific ideas and practices as well as a survey of the philosophy of atheism and skepticism.
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Official website of the Theosophical Society founded in 1875 by Helena Petrovna Blavatsky. Provides a history of the society, its major tenets and publications, as well as an international directory of its offices.