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Qatar Digital Library: A partnership of the Qatar Foundation, the Qatar National Library and The British Library. A wide range of materials, including manuscripts, maps, archival items, sound recordings, and photographs. Items are accompanied with notes and links, in both English and Arabic.

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Arabic-Language Materials at ASU Libraries

The Islamic Studies collection includes books (print and electronic), periodicals, films and music CDs. All these materials are accessible via our catalog.

Arabic Script: If your computer is set with Arabic fonts, you can use our Library One Search or OCLC FirstSearch WorldCat to locate Arabic-language materials at ASU Libraries. Otherwise, use the LC-ALA Romanization of Arabic table

For a list of Useful Subject Headings, see the Books/ eBooks tab. 

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Center for Research Libraries (Middle Easten Studies): 20,000 items about the Middle East and Islam Studies. All materials are avialble for borrowing to ASU affiaes:

  • Print Books, Digitized Books
  • Magazines
  • Microfilmed Newspapers (from Iraq, Turkey, and around the world), Library of Congress Arabic Pamphlets
  • Theses and Dissertations
  • Print newspapers
  • Microform Sets: the Creation of Modern Iraq


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