The Oxford Encyclopedia of the Modern Islamic World (print)
The Oxford Encyclopedia of the Modern Islamic World by John L. Esposito (Editor)
Call Number: Reference DS 35.53 .O95 2001 Non Circulating
Publication Date: 2001-06-14
This work focuses on the modern history of Muslims in the Arab heartland as well as South and Southeast Asia, Europe, and the Americas. If you are working on a medieval or early Islamic topic, use the two resources below.
The field of Islamic Studies is both wide-reaching and dynamic. This interdisciplinary field therefore includes history, religion, philosophy, anthropology, Arabic language and literature, as well as literatures in other languages.
Oxford Bibliographies provide expert guidance to the field. The articles present a guided tour through the key literature on each topic, providing context for its development, and a balanced overview of the major issues within a given topic.
New Cambridge History of Islam
The New Cambridge History of Islam by Chase F. Robinson (Editor)
Call Number: Reference DS35.6 .C3 2010
Publication Date: 2010-11-04
This is a general history that covers the history of the entire Muslim world (Africa, the Middle East, South Asia, and Southeast Asia). It also deals with relations between Muslims, Christians, and Jews within these regions.