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Index Islamicus

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Index Islamicus (ISSN 1360-0982, ISSN 0308-7395) is a bibliography database of publications about Islam and the Muslim world, first compiled in 1956 by James Douglas Pearson.[1][2] It is compiled by C.H. Bleaney & S. Sinclair and the School of Oriental and African Studies, London, and published by Brill Publishers.


  1. ^ Wilfrid Lockwood (1982). "C. Miscellany". British Journal of Middle Eastern Studies. 9 (2): 202–204. doi:10.1080/13530198208705355.
  2. ^ JoAnn Jacoby, Josephine Z. Kibbee (2007). Cultural anthropology: a guide to reference and information sources (2 ed.). Libraries Unlimited. p. 175. ISBN 1-59158-357-8.

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