This guide will introduce you to research resources primarily from the ASU Library for the study of Islam as a religion. Other open access resources are included that have significant research and scholarly potential.
Our Islamic Studies collection includes books (print and electronic), periodicals, films (streaming video, DVDs), and music CDs. Use our Catalog to access all the above. For journal articles, check the Journal Articles tab.
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
Microfilmed Newspapers (from Iraq, Turkey, and around the world), Library of Congress Arabic Pamphlets
Theses and Dissertations
Microform Sets: the Creation of Modern Iraq
Arabic Collections Online: A public digital library of public domain Arabic language content, covering literature, business, science, and other disciplines. Funded by New York University Abu Dhabi, in collaboration of other university libraries.