For abstracts of articles published in the UK and EU.
For full text articles published in the US and Internationally.
Middle Eastern and Central Asian Studies (MECAS)
Bibliographic database, which provides access to a wide range of material relating to the study of the countries and peoples of the Middle East, Central Asia and North Africa.
Centre of Islamic and Middle Eastern Law
This SOAS Centre provides access to various secondary sources relating to Islamic and Middle Eastern law.
Islam and Islamic Studies Resources
Provides access to a number of secondary sources. Created by the University of Georgia.
Developed by the Ahlul Bayt Digital Islamic Library Project, provides access to a number of works on Islamic jurisprudence.
Contains a number of texts on Arabic literature and humanities.
Provides access to more than 6,600 texts on a variety of subjects. This collection
of books covers not only Quranic and Hadith studies and commentaries, but Islamic doctrines, law and jurisprudence as well as Arabic language and literature, biographies and general works on history, ethics and geography.