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Welcome to the research guide for Arabic & Islamic Studies.
If you're looking for books in our stacks, take a look at our LC call numbers page -- it shows you where you can find books and other materials on our shelves for Arabic language, literature, and cultures spanning the Islamic world.
This guide is new and growing -- come back often to see the latest additions!
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Map of the Islamic World
From Library of Congress. See the Islamic world's geographic distribution at-a-glance, or click on the interactive map below and zoom in closely on your chosen areas.