Encyclopaedia of Islam Online
Hrsg. v. Th. Bianquis, C.E. Bosworth, E. van Donzel und W.P. Heinrichs
Hrsg. v. Marc Gaborieau (EHESS, CNRS), Gudrun Krämer (Freie Universität Berlin), John Nawas (Katholieke Universiteit Leuven) und Everett Rowson (New York University)
Online (2nd edition/3rd edition)
Inhalt :: Content
Umfassendes Standardnachschlagewerk zum Islam auf der Grundlage der 12-bändigen gleichnamigen Printausgabe (Second Edition: Band I-XI + Supplement-Band XII) sowie des "Index of Proper Names", des "Index of Subjects" und des "Glossary and Index of Terms".
Verlag :: Publisher
Brill Academic Publishers
Preis :: Price
Preise auf Anfrage / Prices on request
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Verlagsinformation :: Publisher's information
The Encyclopaedia of Islam represents a milestone in Middle Eastern and Islamic studies, bringing scholars and researchers around the world instant desktop access to over 13,000 articles (number or articles in volumes I-XI, excluding supplements on every aspect of Islam from Abābda to Zurna.
The electronic edition offers access to:
- Volumes I-XI of the English edition
- Volume XII (Supplement) of the English edition
- Index of Subjects to Volumes I-XI & to the Supplement, compiled by P.J. Bearman, published 2004 (ISBN 978-90-04-14361-6)
- Glossary and Index of Terms to volumes I-X & the Supplement, compiled by E. van Donzel, to be published 2006 (ISBN 978-90-04-15610-4)
- Index of Proper Names to volumes I-X & the Supplement, compiled by E. van Donzel, to be published 2007 (ISBN 978-90-04-14448-4)
- Extensive, fully searchable bibliographies
- Export and printing options
- Searches possible in both Arabic transcription and in English
Benefits of www.brillonline.nl include:
- Fully Unicode compliant, to facilitate the display of foreign languages
- Ability to cross-search multiple titles
- COUNTER-compliant usage statistics
- ATHENS authentication
Encyclopaedia of Islam Third edition
Editorial Board: Marc Gaborieau (Paris, France), Gudrun Krämer (Berlin, Germany), John Nawas (Leuven, Belgium), Everett Rowson (New York, USA).
- The EI-3 reflects the most up to date research in Islamic Studies of the leading scholars from around the world.
- The geographical scope of the EI-3 will be expanded to cover South Asia, South-East Asia, Sub-Saharan Africa, Europe, and North America in addition to the Arab World, Iran, North Africa, and the Ottoman Empire (with the Balkans).
- Chronologically coverage will begin with the advent of Islam and continue into the present day incorporating information about the modern Muslim Diaspora.
- The EI-3 will include extensive coverage of anthropological and sociological scholarship while continuing to devote ample attention to Islamic philology, linguistics, history, literature, art history, and material culture.
- EI-3 will be available in both print and online formats, with regular updates and improved search facilities making it easily accessible to specialists, students and non-specialists alike.
- Entry titles will reflect common English orthography for both proper names and places.
The Encyclopaedia of Islam Online represents a milestone in Middle Eastern and Islamic studies, bringing scholars and researchers around the world instant desktop access to over 15,000 articles.
The online edition offers access to:
- volumes I-XII of the New Edition (published 1955-2005).
- all new material from the Third Edition (2007- ) as it becomes available.