Tutoring and Academic Resources

  • Rutgers Learning Center
    Phone: (856) 225-6442
    Location: 231 Armitage Hall (The RCLC is inside of the Center for Learning and Student Success which is to the right as you face the second floor elevators.)
    Hours of Operation (Spring 2014 Term Hours): Monday-Thursday 8:30am – 7pm, Tutoring by Appointment at Towers Residence Hall from 7pm-9pm, Friday 8:30am-5pm
    • Location: Armitage Hall, 1st Floor in Administrative Wing (across from classroom building)
    • Hours: Monday-Thursday, 8:30am-5:00pm, Friday 8:30am-4:30pm 


Writing, Reading, and Using Faculty Feedback

Philosophy Links

Reference Sources


Events and Calls for Papers




Information for Students

Ancient Philosophy


Early Modernity

Later Modernity




Philosophy Humor

Religion Links

Sites that Maintain Collections of Religious Studies Links

Finding God in Cyberspace 

Women’s Studies, Gender Issues and Religion

Diotima: Women and Gender in the Ancient World
The Lilith Home Page an award winning site by Alan Humm at Penn
Links relating to Homosexuality and Early Christianity (Site Maintained by Alan Humm)
Links on Women in Religion (Site Maintained by Alan Humm)

African Religions

Yoruba Art

Ancient Mediterranian Religions and Cultures

Diotima: Resources for the Study of Women and Gender in the Ancient World
The Lilith Page
Perseus Project: Ancient Greece
Alan Humm’s Sampling of Ancient Near Eastern Treaties and Contracts




Orthodox Icons
The Orthodox Christian Page in America


Hare Krishna Home Page
Back to Godhead Magazine
Krishna Dancing with the Gopis
The Gallery (Images of Krishna and Others)
Sri Vaisnava Home Page


Bawa Muhayiaddeen Fellowship (A Sufi Mosque in the Philadelphia area)
The Shi’a Home Page

Sources on Women in Islam:

Women in Islam (Muslim perspecitve)


Shamash Home Page 
Orthodox Union
Chabad-Lubavitch in Cyberspace Lubavitcher Hasidic Judaism
United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism
The Jewish Reconstructionist Federation
Reform Judaism
Hillel (Jewish Campus Organization)
World Zionist Organization

Sources on the Holocaust

United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
Simon Wiesenthal Center
Children of the Holocaust (New Biography Every day of a Child Who Was Effected by the Holocaust)
Museum of Tolerance

Sources on Women in Judaism

Articles on Jewish Women in Chabad-Lubavitch
Rivka Slonim: Chasidic Feminist (Article from Wellsprings Magazine)

Native American

Native American Spirituality
Redhawk’s Lodge

New Religious Movements

The David Koresh Manuscript (And other related texts)
Seven Seals (Branch Davidian)
The Unification Church of America “The Moonies”

Wicca, Neo-Paganism

Church of All Worlds
The Craft


Avesta Web Server
Avesta Web Server-What is Zoroastrianism?
Zoroastrian Home Page-Stanford University Zoroastrian Group
The Zarathushtriann Assembly