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Oxford Islamic Studies Online

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via E-Mail:
info@digento.de  Contact/Order: info@digento.de

Hrsg. v. John L. Esposito

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Online-Service mit Zugang zu rund 3.000 Sach- und Personenartikeln sowie Kapiteln aus einschlägigen, englischsprachigen Referenzwerken zum Islam, darunter die 6-bändige "Oxford Encyclopedia of the Islamic World" (6 Bände, ab Herbst 2008), "The Oxford Encyclopedia of the Modern Islamic World" (4 Bände, 1995), "The Islamic World: Past and Present" (3 Bände, 2003), "The Oxford History of Islam" (1999) und "The Oxford Dictionary of Islam" (2003), einer englischen Vers- und einer Prosaübersetzung des Korans ("The Koran Interpreted" von A.J. Arberry und "The Qur'an" von M.A.S. Abdel Haleem), einer Konkordanz zum Koran ("Concordance of the Qur'an", hrsg. v. Hanna Kassis) sowie zahlreichen Quellenmaterialien. Darüber hinaus enthalten sind verschiedene historische Zeitleisten, Karten, Tabellen und farbigen Abbildungen. Updates: laufend.

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Oxford University Press

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105427

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Oxford Islamic Studies Online will provide students, scholars, and librarians with online access to an unprecedented collection of English-language reference resources on the Islamic world. At its core, Oxford Islamic Studies Online will feature essential articles from the much-anticipated Oxford Encyclopedia of the Islamic World (due to publish in 2008), The Oxford Encyclopedia of the Modern Islamic World, The Oxford History of Islam, The Oxford Dictionary of Islam, and two translations of the Qur'an.

In addition it will include What Everyone Needs to Know about Islam, and a wealth of primary source documents. Timelines and maps, full-color images and a glossary will enhance the user experience from launch. A robust plan for regular updates and new content will ensure the site is up-to-date with the most recent scholarship and developments in this important field of study.

Using the latest in online reference technology, this inviting, easy-to-navigate site will help users find the information they need. With authoritative information written, selected, and interpreted by renowned scholars, Oxford Islamic Studies Online will be the preeminent source for Islamic Studies reference material.

Features at launch include...

- Over 3,000 A-Z articles

- Search and browse access to two English versions of the Qur'an with a searchable Concordance to the Qur'an

- Chapter-based scholarly works

- Visual materials on the history and geopolitics of Islam, including map program, illustrations, dynastic tables, demographic charts

- Glossary of Islamic terms and concepts to aid research

- Timelines documenting Islamic history and non-Islamic history to provide context

- Primary Source Documents - over 150 documents with editorial summaries

- Cross-searching functionality and cross-references, including links to the Qur'an from articles and primary sources

- Regular updates and new content will keep the site up-to-date and support a wide range of users

Editorial Board

- John L. Esposito, Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal Center for Muslim-Christian Understanding, Georgetown University

- Natana DeLong-Bas, Department of Theology, Boston College, and Near Eastern and Judaic Studies, Brandeis University

- Shahrough Akhavi, Department of Political Science, University of South Carolina

- James Piscatori, Oxford Centre for Islamic Studies, University of Oxford

- Tamara Sonn, Department of Religious Studies, College of William and Mary

- John O. Voll, Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal Center for Muslim-Christian Understanding, Georgetown University

- Hakan Yavuz, Department of Political Science, University of Utah

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