Middle East Bibliography (1946-2001)
The Middle East Institute's Middle East Bibliography (1946-2001) from The
Middle East Journal consists of over 103,000 citations to carefully selected
literature covering a chronology continuously maintained for over 55 years. During 2003,
NISC will prepare and include citations dating back to 1946 on the geographical area from
Morocco to Pakistan, including Central Asia.
East Book Bibliographies
compiled by Dr. Bernard Reich and Dr. Sanford Silverburg, contribute over 4,400 entries
most of which have been published after 1980. The materials are, for the most part,
English-language but include many entries in other Western European languages, such as
French and German, and fewer in the Middle East languages of Arabic, Hebrew, and Turkish.
A special effort was made to be as inclusive as possible on popular topics such as the
Salman Rushdie affair and women in the Arab world. This bibliography was compiled with the
aim of providing diverse topics of interest dealing with the region of the Middle East,
its people, and its cultures to a wide range of interested people, from scholars to
Also included is the first comprehensive listing of the published (and some unpublished)
theses and dissertations on the relationship between Asian states (from Pakistan in the
West to Japan in the East) and the Middle East and North Africa. In this regard, bilateral
and multilateral relationships in numerous spheres of activity have been examined.
MECAS Citations Database
This file contains over 95,000 records to mostly English-language publications (journal
articles & books) and various other documents on the peoples, cultures, beliefs,
theology, education, languages, literatures and current affairs of the regions covered.
Muslim life and culture is given particular emphasis with additional coverage of Arabic
Studies, Islamic Studies and Jewish Studies included.
School of Oriental &
African Studies (SOAS) Library Catalogue: (1900-present)
Over 107,095 records from one of the largest and most important library collections of
Middle Eastern & Central Asian materials in the world provides coverage to European
and African literature. Materials indexed include books, monographs, journals, maps,
atlases, and other materials. Records are classified by subject, region and country. The
coverage of material ranges from social and political issues, to economics and law, to art