Encyclopaedia Islamica is based on the abridged translation of Dāʾirat al-Maʿārif-i Buzurg-i Islāmī', one of the most comprehensive research tools on Islam and the Muslim World. Encyclopedia Islamica is particularly relevant for Shi'i studies.
Encyclopaedia of Islam (2nd edition) is a unique and invaluable reference tool setting out the present state of knowledge of the Muslim World.
Encyclopaedia of Islam (3rd edition) is an entirely new work reflecting the great diversity of current scholarship on the Muslim World, including Islam in the 20th century and Muslim minorities all over the world.
Kamal, Hassan. Encyclopaedia of Islamic Medicine, with a Greco-Roman Back-Ground. General Egyptian Book Organization, 1975. Print.
Runehov, Anne L. C, and Lluis Oviedo. Encyclopedia of Sciences and Religions. SpringerReference, 2013. Electronic resource.
The Oxford Encyclopedia of Philosophy, Science, and Technology in Islam is an authoritative research tool giving access to more than 250 A-Z providing scholarly overviews of the thinkers, movements, instruments, theories, institutions, processes, events, and historical developments related to Islamic classical history and the contemporary quest for knowledge.
Oxford Islamic Studies online encompasses over 5,000 A–Z reference entries, chapters from scholarly and introductory works, Qur'anic materials, primary sources, images, maps, and timelines, providing a first stop for anyone needing information and context on Islam.
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The Directory of Free Arab Journals (DFAJ) is a directory of Open Access journals published in the Arab World. The website is maintained by a group of OA activists in the region, and includes 319 journals from 150 publishers in 18 different countries.
Academic Search Complete (Ebsco) offers scholarly and general interest sources in business, medicine, humanities, social sciences, and science and technology.
JSTOR is a subject searchable index of journals on-line with JSTOR. Retrieves full-text back files of scholarly journals, some of which date back to the 1800's. Does not include articles more recent than five years ago.
Post-classical Islamic Philosophy Database Initiative (PIPDI) is a McGill Initiative aiming to "create the infrastructure that is needed for a systematic investigation of the vast but severely understudied corpus of Islamic philosophical texts dating from 1100-1900 CE".
ProQuest Research Library is a multidisciplinary database covering disciplines within the humanities and social sciences.
Web of Science offers scholarly articles for medicine, humanities, social sciences, and science and technology.It also includes citation indexes.
Akasoy, Anna, Wim Raven, and Hans Daiber. Islamic Thought in the Middle Ages: Studies in Text, Transmission and Translation, in Honour of Hans Daiber. Leiden: Brill, 2008. Print.
Endress, Gerhard, and Abdou Filali-Ansary. Organizing Knowledge: Encyclopaedic Activities in the Pre-Eighteenth Century Islamic World. Leiden: Brill, 2006. Electronic resource.
Hamarneh, Sami K, and Shifa A.-A. Sharifah. Directory of Historians of Islamic Medicine and Allied Sciences. Kuala Lumpur: International Institute of Islamic Thought and Civilization, 1995. Print.
Hourani, George F. Essays on Islamic Philosophy and Science. Albany: State University of New York Press, 1975. Print.
Kennedy, E S, David A. King, and Mary H. Kennedy. Studies in the Islamic Exact Sciences. Beirut: American University of Beirut, 1983. Print.
King, David A. Islamic Astronomical Instruments. London: Variorum Reprints, 1987. Print.
King, David A. In Synchrony with the Heavens: Studies in Astronomical Timekeeping and Instrumentation in Medieval Islamic Civilization. Leiden: Brill, 2004. Print.
Lindberg, David C, and Michael H. Shank. The Cambridge History of Science: Volume 2, Medieval science. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2013. Electronic resource.
Muṭahharī, Murtaz̤á. Understanding Islamic Sciences: Philosophy, Theology, Mysticism, Morality, Jurisprudence. London: Saqi, 2002. Print.
Nasr, Seyyed H, and Muzaffar Iqbal. Islam, Science, Muslims and Technology. Sherwood Park, Alta: Al-Qalam Pub, 2007. Print.
Nasr, Seyyed H, and Roland Michaud. Islamic Science: An Illustrated Study. Place of publication not identified: World of Islam Festival Pub. Co, 1976. Print.
Pingree, David E, Isabelle Pingree, and John M. Steele. Pathways into the Study of Ancient Sciences: Selected Essays by David Pingree. Philadelphia : The American Philosophical Society Press, 2014. Print.
Pormann, Peter E. Islamic Medical and Scientific Tradition. London: Routledge, 2011. Print.
Rosenthal, Franz. Science and Medicine in Islam: A Collection of Essays. Aldershot, Hampshire, Great Britain: Variorum, 1990. Print.
Sardar, Ziauddin. Explorations in Islamic Science. London: Mansell, 1989. Print.
Sidoli, Nathan, Brummelen G. Van, and J L. Berggren. From Alexandria, Through Baghdad: Surveys and Studies in the Ancient Greek and Medieval Islamic Mathematical Sciences in Honor of J.l. Berggren. Berlin : Springer, 2014. Electronic resource.
Turner, Howard R. Science in Medieval Islam: An Illustrated Introduction. Austin: University of Texas Press, 1997. Print.
Varisco, Daniel M, and ibn Y. ʻUmar. Medieval Agriculture and Islamic Science: The Almanac of a Yemeni Sultan. Seattle: University of Washington Press, 1994. Print.