Key literature on Islamic studies. If you are just starting a project - Start here to learn the basics. For example, you may have heard "Sharia Law" many times, but what is it really? This database gives a very concise explanation and bibliography of books and scholarly articles to pursue.
Oxford Islamic Studies Online
● The Oxford Encyclopedia of the Modern Islamic World
● The Oxford History of Islam, The Oxford Dictionary of Islam
● Searchable English translations of the Qur'an
● What Everyone Needs to Know about Islam
● Oxford Encyclopedia of the Islamic World.
Index Islamicus (Brill)
This bibliography can help you discover works in English related to Islamic Studies. You can then use the Libraries' search engine "OneSearch" to see if one a physical or digital copy of the book.
Encyclopedia of Women & Islamic Cultures (Brill)
Interdisciplinary, trans-historical, cross-cultural encyclopedia focusing on women and Islamic cultures.
Twentieth Century Religious Thought (Alexander Street)
Collection that brings together the seminal works and archival materials related to worldwide religious thinkers from the early 1900s until the first decade of the 21st century. Includes the following collections: Volume I: Christianity, Volume II: Islam, Volume III: Judaism, Volume IV: Eastern Religions.