To find book-length literature in our collections, start by searching our Library Catalog Search by subject, title, author, etc.
You'll also find other materials held by our library such as maps, films / DVDs, archival collections, manuscripts, and even journal and newspaper titles.
To find article-length literature, start with Library Articles Search or one of our more subject-specific literature databases / indexes.
Follow the MGetIt links to get copies of particular articles and chapters.
Search the WorldCat catalog to find materials (books, microfilmed newspapers, archival collections, etc.) held by other libraries.
Place an Interlibrary Loan (ILL) request for materials that we don't own. We will request material(s) from other libraries on your behalf!
Find additional online reference works searching our catalog or Library Databases Search.
Browse the Near East Reference Collection to find additional reference works in print, including: dictionaries, grammars, bio-bibliographical works, editions of religious texts, volumes from the Handbuch der Orientalistik / Handbook of Oriental studies Section 1 The Near and Middle East, and more.
Working on a specific religious tradition in the Middle East (Southwest Asia) and North Africa? You may find the following U-M Library research guides helpful as well