Related Resources


  • "Access Islam" by Thirteen/WNET.
  • Archnet: Islamic Art, Architecture, and Culture
  • "Crash Course in Islam" podcasts by Center for the Study of Global Change at Indiana University on National Public Radio
  • "Informed Comment: Thoughts on the Middle East, History, and Religion" by Dr. Juan Cole, Richard P. Mitchell Collegiate Professor of History, University of Michigan
  • "Inside Islam: Dialogues and Debates" by the Global Studies, African Studies Program, Center for South Asia, Center for South East Asian Studies, Center for European Studies, Center for Russia, East Europe and Central Asia, Latin American, Caribbean, and Iberian Studies, University of Wisconsin, Madison
  • Library of Congress: Islam online collection
  • Library of Congress: World History and Cultures online collection
  • Middle East Desk articles and information by Hagop Kevorkian Center for Near Eastern Studies at New York University
  • Resources for Journalists on Islam and Muslim Communities by the Center for Middle Eastern Studies, Harvard University

National Resource Centers

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