Islam in Comparative Context: Online Resources
General Information on Islam
Women And Islam
Islam in America
and Architecture from the Islamic World
Science and Medicine in the Islamic
Music From the Islamic
Folklore, myth, primary source texts and stories
Electronic texts of the Koran
Three translations of the Joseph story set side by side http://www.usc.edu/dept/MSA/quran/012.qmt.html
Palestinian Proverbs, Tales and Poetry. Under "stories" link the "Ataba & Zarief E-ttool" tale comes with useful notes. Unfortunately it was written up by someone not quite fluent in English and needs to be rewritten for student use.
David K. Brown's Children's Literature site at the University of Calgary is a good general place to start looking for contemporary sources, folklore or fairy tale sites. There is not much on longer heroic literature.
Internet Medieval Sourcebook: Primary sources from the Islamic world including literature and religious documents
Islamic Book/Film Sources
Islam en Español
Database on Middle Eastern American Resources
A joint project of the UCLA Middle Eastern American Program based at the Center for Near Eastern Studies and the Middle East and Middle Eastern American Center at the Graduate Center, City University of New York (CUNY).
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