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[Red Arrow Image] The Historical Index of Religious Missions lists more than 800 sites providing information for the study of the proselytisms in the past and present. Proselytism is understood here in a broad perspective, as the movement of faiths, rituals, beliefs, practice and people... continues at the bottom of the page

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Historical Index of Religious Missions
Indexes of Virtual Resources of Religious Missions: Geographical
[ Reference : Gateways | Historiography | Journals | Learning & Research | Museums | Publishers ]
[ Subjects : Christian | Islamic | Jewish | Buddhist | Other religions | Non religious ]
[ Geographical : Africa | America | Asia | Europe | Oceania ]
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About the Historical Index of Religious Missions

[Red Arrow Image] (Continues from the top of the page) Although a large amount of the information concerns only Christian missions, I intend to provide information regarding other confessions, such as Buddhism, Islam or Judaism, and also proselytisms from the secular world: IGO's, NGO's, etc. The Index could also be used as a source of data in itself, a research tool on the ways traditional and new confessions try to communicate through the Internet.

[Red Arrow Image] The Historical Index of Religious Missions is made of different pages which are always under construction. You will find Virtual Resources produced all over the world world dealing with the past and present of the Religious Missions. The documents and materials found on this site should not be taken to reflect the view of the editor.
[Red Arrow Image] The URL of this page is [http://vlib.iue.it/hist-religious-missions/Index.html].
[Red Arrow Image] The Religious Missions Index is a joint project between the European University Institute's Library and theHistory & Civilisation Department .
[Red Arrow Image] The Religious Missions Index became part of the WWW-VL History Network in May 2001.

About the WWW-VL and the WWW-VL History Network

[Red Arrow Image] The World Wide Web Virtual Library is a collection of subject related Websites maintained by institutions throughout the world, each administering a different subject. The project is now managed by an independent committee made up of maintainers of various subject areas. For more information on the WWW-VL Main Project, go to [ http://www.vlib.org/AboutVL.html ] and for more information on the History Network Project, go to
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About the Maintainer

[Red Arrow Image] The page is managed by Andreu Martínez d'Alòs-Moner [andres.martinez@iue.it].
Please direct your notices of new URL's or inoperative links to him here.

[Red Arrow Image] This page is updated every two/three months. Last updated: 1st of May 2003.