A Bibliographic Introduction to Islam in the Modern World
This page provides a curated selection of freely available Oxford Bibliographies content across various discipline modules, offering users a broad overview of the current state of Islam in the world and the key factors that have had a significant impact on the field. The collection below serves as an interdisciplinary gateway to Oxford Bibliographies.
Islam, Law, and Politics
- Progressive Islam and Progressive Muslim Thought
- Islamic Law and Gender
- Political Islam
- Religion, Politics, and Civic Engagement in the United States
Material Culture and Progressive Thought
Groups and Movements
Islam Around the World
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