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Access to Mideast and Islamic Resources (AMIR): An exellent guide for open-access journal and digitized collection put together librarians Charles Jones and Peter Magierski. Users can sign up for updates.

The World's Muslims: Unity and Diversity: Pew Forum on Religion and Public Life. "The world’s 1.6 billion Muslims are united in their belief in God and the Prophet Muhammad and are bound together by such religious practices as fasting during the holy month of Ramadan and almsgiving to assist people in need. But they have widely differing views about many other aspects of their faith, including how important religion is to their lives, who counts as a Muslim and what practices are acceptable in Islam, according to a worldwide survey by the Pew Research Center’s Forum on Religion & Public Life."

New! Arabic web encyclopedia to launch in December with 500,000 articles.

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 for locating Arabic-language materials at ASU Libraries.

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

Byond ASU Libraries

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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