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Guide to researching Islamic Law
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The sources recommended in this guide are only a sample of what's available in our collection on Islamic law.  If you don't see what you need, contact us using the information to the right!  We are available for quick questions or for private research consultation by appointment.

 

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Encyclopedias

  • The Encyclopaedia of Islam  Icon
    Available in print and electronic formats with three editions dating back to 1913.
  • Encyclopaedia of the Qur'an  Icon
    Encyclopedia covering all aspects of the Qur’an including qur’anic terms, concepts, personalities, place names, cultural history and exegesis as well as essays on important themes and subjects within qur’anic studies.
  • Encyclopaedia of Islam editor-in-chief, M. Mukarram Ahmed
  • Encyclopaedia of Islamic law and jurisprudence
    Multi-volume set: v. 1. Basic aspects of Islamic law; v. 2. Dimensions of Islamic law; v. 3. Islamic law and society; v. 4. Islamic law and family; v. 5. Islamic law and marriage; v. 6. Islamic law and divorce; v. 7. Islamic law and security; v. 8. Islamic law and criminology; v. 9. Jurisprudence under Islamic law; v. 10. Islamic law and endowment; v. 11. Islamic law and human rights
  • Encyclopaedia of Islamic law
    v. 1. Concepts of Islamic law; v. 2. Foundations of Islamic law; v. 3. Islamic law in practice; v. 4. Civil law in Islam; v. 5. Family law in Islam; v. 6. Law of marriage and divorce in Islam; v. 7. Law of Waqf in Islam; v. 8. Criminal law in Islam; v. 9. Jurisprudence in Islam; v. 10. Law of governance in Islam
  • Encyclopedia of Islamic law: a compendium of the views of the major schools
    Based on two main Arabic sources: al-Fiqh alal madhdhab al-arbaah and al-Fiqh alal madhdhab al-khamsa
  • Oxford Islamic studies online  Icon
    This authoritative, dynamic resource brings together the best current scholarship in the field for students, scholars, government officials, community groups, and librarians to foster a more accurate and informed understanding of the Islamic world. Oxford Islamic Studies Online features reference content and commentary by renowned scholars in areas such as global Islamic history, concepts, people, practices, politics, and culture, and is regularly updated as new content is commissioned and approved.
  • Encyclopaedia Islamica  Icon
    Based on the abridged and edited translation of the Persian Dāʾirat al-Maʿārif-i Buzurg-i Islāmī. A unique feature of the Encyclopaedia Islamica Online lies in the attention given to Shiʿi Islam.

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