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
Material Culture and Progressive Thought
Groups and Movements
Islam Around the World
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