Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey

 Reference Books:

  • Atlas of Islam 1800-2000, G1786.S1B5 2010
  • The Columbia World Dictionary of Islamism, BP40.D5313 2007
  • The Encyclopedia of Islam, DS37.E523
  • Encyclopedia of Islam and the Muslim World, BP40.E525 2004
  • Encyclopedia of the Qu'ran, BP133.E53 2001
  • Guide to Islamist Movements, BP40.G85 2010
  • The New Encyclopedia of Judaism, BM50.N465 2002
  • The Oxford Encyclopedia of Islam and Politics, BP173.7.O94 2014
  • World Almanac of Islamism, BP173.5.W66 2011

  

Online Sources:

Cambridge Digital Library
Cambridge University has a large collection of Islamic manuscripts.  Their Digital Library features digitized manuscripts.

EBSCOHost 
*Note: Available to current MIIS students, faculty and staff only
Our EBSCOHost package of databases includes Academic Search EliteBusiness Source Elite and Newspaper Source.  These index databases will give you citations, abstracts and sometimes full text of articles from magazines, journals and newspapers covering a broad range of topics.

Encyclopedia of Global Religion 
*Note: Available to current MIIS students, faculty and staff only

Israel's Religiously Divided Society
Published by Pew Research Center on Religion & Public Life, this report provides excellent data and analysis on contemporary Israel.

JSTOR 
*Note: Available to current MIIS students, faculty and staff only
The JSTOR collection is an online collection of scholarly journals in the social sciences, humanities and ecology.  JSTOR focuses on older or archival collections.  The current 3-5 years of issues are not available.

The Pew Forum on Religion & Public Life: Middle East & North Africa
This Pew project examines public opinion and demographics in the region.

ProQuest Central 
*Note: Available to current MIIS students, faculty and staff only
A good database for research on any topic.  ProQuest Central searches academic journals, magazines, newspapers and dissertations with a high percentage of full text content.