A selection of titles about Arabic language and literature, as well as titles on Islam. There is an emphasis on Arabic studies. In the Religious studies collection you will also find woks about the Islam.
The collection consists of books, ebooks and journals both printed and digital as well as dissertations. You can consult the classification scheme for more details on how the collection is placed in the stacks.
Where to find the collection
The printed books are located on the ground floor of the University Library City Centre in Zone A. Printed journals are on the ground floor in Zone B. and Zone C. The library also has a large collection of digital journals and there is a list of search engines for Islamic and Arabic Studies.
The following two printed reference works are worth mentioning. They are available in the stacks.
Encyclopaedia of Islam. Leiden [etc.], Brill [etc.], 1960-...
Alomvattende encyclopedie van de islamitische wereld met vele biografische, geografische en etnografische beschrijvingen.
Brockelmann, Carl. Geschichte der arabischen Litteratur.
Already a little older, but thorough. Mainly about the middle ages.
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Who is responsible for the collection?
Collection Islamic and Arabic studies: Joost van Gemert