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This LibGuide provides a list of resources purchased through the National Endowment for the Humanities/American Libraries Association grant secured by the Library.
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The Muslim Journeys Bookshelf is a collection of 25 books, 4 DVDs, and other programming resources selected to help public audiences in the United States become more familiar with the people, places, history, faith, and cultures of Muslims around the world and within the U.S. The Bookshelf is intended to address both the need and the desire of the American public for trustworthy and accessible resources about Muslim beliefs and practices and the cultural heritage associated with Islamic civilizations.

Grant secured through the American Libraries Association.

Muslim Journeys Bookshelf


Films with Public Performance Viewing Rights



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Terry Buckner

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A one-year subscription to Oxford Islamic Studies Online (January 2013–February 2014)

Islamic Art Spots are seven illustrated video essays written, developed, and presented by Professor D. Fairchild Ruggles and produced by Twin Cities Public Television as part of the Bridging Cultures Bookshelf: Muslim Journeys project. These video essays provide an introduction to Islamic art and architecture in a way that relates to the project themes and readings, referencing additional primary source texts.

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