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Middle East &Islamic Studies
Middle East &Islamic Studies
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Middle East &Islamic Studies
Middle East Studies Collection
Middle East Studies covers all disciplines in the study of human societies, past
and present, in the following countries: Morocco, Tunisia, Algeria, Libya, and
Egypt, the occupied territories of the West Bank and the Gaza Strip, Lebanon,
Syria, Iraq, Jordan, Kuwait, Turkey, Azerbayjan, Armenia, Iran, Afghanistan,
Bahrain, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, and Yemen.
Islamic Studies Collection
Islamic Studies covers all aspects of Islamic life and culture worldwide,
especially art, history, literature, philosophy, and religion.
Guide to the Islamic Studies Reading Room (602 Butler Library)
Islamic Canonical Texts
Bibliographic Resources for Middle East and Islamic Studies
A Brief Guide to Naguib Mahfouz and Arabic Prose (March 2009)
Current Information Sources and Current Literature Sources on Middle East &
North Africa
Electronic Journals and News Sources for Middle East Studies
Brockelmann online (Brill)
Encyclopaedia Iranica
Encyclopedia of Islam (Brill)
Encyclopedia of the Quran (Brill)
Encyclopedia of Arabic language and linguistics (Brill)
Gale Middle East Series I &II
Arab-Israeli Relations: 1917-1970
Iraq: 1914-1974
Index Islamicus
KA Arabic e-library (Kotobarabia e-books)
Middle Eastern &Central Asian Studies (MECAS)
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