The Smith Library Center subscribes to various discipline-specific databases that, when searched, will yield many articles and essays on the broad subject of the Islamic World.
Using a variety of different subjects, you will be able to research the following:
While the library provides many reliable resources for finding information on topics discussed in this course, there are several websites your professors and librarians have determined are reliable and informative.
Determining "good" information from "bad" can get tricky sometimes. One way to decide what's what is to for help, or you can use .
You can search WorldCat to find more books that are available at the Smith Library and books beyond our library.
Primary sources may include diaries, letters, interviews, oral histories, photographs, newspaper articles, government documents, poems, novels, plays, and music.
Newspaper Source Plus -- Provides access to both national and international newspapers, and contains abstracts and indexing from the following papers): The New York Times Wall Street Journal, Christian Science Monitor, and USA Today.
Some help in identifying primary and secondary sources?
A nonpartisan fact tank that informs the public about the issues, global attitudes and trends shaping America and the world. -- website