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History of the Middle East
Resources for researching the history of the Middle East.
Indexes journal articles, conference proceedings, monographs, multi-authored works and book reviews on Islam, the Middle East, Muslim areas of Africa and Asia, and other geographic regions with a Muslim minority.
A large-scale collective reference work compiled by the most prominent scholars in the field, touching on all aspects of Islam from the time of the Prophet to the present day. Includes the Encyclopaedia of Islam Second Edition and the Encyclopaedia of Islam THREE
Online access. Updated monthly. "Designed to cover the entire sweep of Asian history in its broadest definition, from prehistory to the present and into the future. Provides access to state-of-the-art research and also connects readers to the full range of internet resources for research and teaching, including audio, visual, video materials, digitized archives, and other primary sources."
"This online magazine is run by a dedicated team of scholars, librarians, and students. We share our experience using digital tools in the Humanities, especially as it relates to our day-to-day workflow."
"The portal provides information and guidance in using digital tools and techniques specifically relevant for research in Ottoman studies, recommendations on best practices from people who use these resources, and examples of research projects using digital and computational methods."