Middle East Sources: A MELCOM Guide to Middle Eastern and Islamic Books and Materials in United Kingdom and Irish Libraries

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Psychology Press, 1998 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 197 pages
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Middle East Sources provides an invaluable resource for the busy librarian, student or scholar with Middle Eastern interests. It aims to guide readers to the major collections of books and other materials on the subject in the UK and Ireland, as well as to some lesser known but nonetheless interesting collections in smaller libraries. Entries are fully up to date and include information on addresses (including telephone, fax and e-mail details), brief descriptions of collections held, along with references to relevant catalogue material and other directories.
The guide also highlights the extent of collections and gives help in accessing. The MELCOM Area Specialisation Scheme (MASS) designation of the collections is also included where relevant.
 

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Contents

Aberdeen
1
Brighton
15
Bristol
18
St Johns College Library
31
Durham University Oriental Museum
44
Egham
50
Leicester
63
House of Lords Record Office
76
Lambeth Palace Library
84
Royal Institute of International Affairs Library
97
John Rylands University Library of Manchester
110
Lincoln College Library
123
Sheffield
136
Modem Records Centre University of Warwick
161
Bibliography
175
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About the author (1998)

Ian R. Netton is Professor of Arabic Studies at the University of Leeds. He is author or editor of sixteen books, including "A Popular Dictionary of Islam" (1997), "Sufi Ritual: The Parallel Universe" (2000) and (ed.) "Encyclopaedia of Islamic Civilization and Religion" (2006)

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