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Law and Religion: Law and Religion Home, maintained by Brigham Young University, provides a collection of secondary literature relating to law and religion (including Islamic law) as well as a section titled “selected websites” that provides access to online sources. Islamic Law : The Koran (aka Qur’an) and Other Primary Sources, maintained by the University… CONTINUE READING

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Shariah Academy Library at the International Islamic University, Islamabad houses a collection of sources relating to Islamic law. “The efforts are underway to computerise the entire library collection for efficient information storage and retrieval to facilitate the scholars and researchers in their academic endeavors.” Islamic Jurisprudence, an online database housed by the Gad & Birgit… CONTINUE READING

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Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies Research Guide, maintained by Emory University, is a list of databases and journals relating to Islamic law and studies. Islamic Studies, maintained by Brown University, “provides resources for a wide variety of topics related to the academic study of Islam and Muslims. Historical and contemporary issues are covered as well… CONTINUE READING

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Arthur W. Diamond Law Library‘s research guide on Islamic law, prepared by Aslihan Bulut, provides a list of fundamental resources for students intending to conduct research on Islamic law. Griffith University’s Islamic Law Guide curates a list of key resources and open access resources, among others, that relate to Islamic law.

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Nuṣūṣ “is a corpus of digitized Arabic texts designed to fill gaps in extant digital corpora. Originally a collection of early Sufi and Sufi-adjacent texts, nuṣūṣ has since expanded to include early works on kalām, falsafa, and Christian theology. Through this website, users can: browse text metadata, including author biographies; read these works online; and, most importantly,… CONTINUE READING

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Islamic Studies: Law (Shar’iah) is a “Research Guide[] [that] provides access to resources at Marquette Libraries and on the Internet about the Islam and the Mideast.” Islamic Studies: Electronic Journals is a “Research Guide for students working in the field of Islamic Studies.”

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Women in Islam and Muslim Realms, maintained by the Cornell University Library, brings together “[r]esearch resources for the study of women in Islam; Islam and its ideology dealing with women, Muslim feminism, dress code, family and marriage, women and gender in Islam, etc.” Religion in Credo: Islam offers a compilation of resources relating to Islam… CONTINUE READING

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Islamic Law: Getting Started, curated by Chickasaw Nation Law Library, is a research guide with books, articles and journals, electronic resources and databases, and additional resources relating to Islamic law. Islamic law, curated by the Barco Law Library at the University of Pittsburgh, provides a “First Steps” list to identify Islamic law issues, as well… CONTINUE READING

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Islamic sources, maintained by McGill University, is a guide that “focuses on the study of the sources of Islam: the Qur’an, and the Shari’a (Islamic Law). It is tailored to the courses offered by the McGill Institute of Islamic Studies.” Islamic Law Research Guide, maintained by Case Western Reserve University School of Law, “lists the… CONTINUE READING

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Legal Databases by Subject: Religion & Law, a guide compiled by the University of Buffalo, brings together various databases relating to law and religion, including Islamic law. Islam: Library Sources for Research by the University of Illinois provides “[a] general introduction to library resources for the study of Islam.” Its intended audience is undergraduate students… CONTINUE READING