The highly anticipated Twentieth Century Religious Thought: Volume II, Islam is an extensive research database of the most influential thinkers of modern Islamic theology and tradition. At completion, the text will include 100,000 pages of foundational texts and contextual monographs, from the late 19th century to the present.
Seventy-five percent of the materials are in-copyright, and 80% are in English, making the collection accessible to students across the curriculum. The materials have been rekeyed to more than 99.99% accuracy and are presented using software that allows scholars to conduct in-depth word pattern analysis and data mining, as well as the ability to search using Arabic script. The aim is to deliver the most important thinkers in a definitive electronic edition.
About 95% of the collection’s key thinkers and authors are Muslims, both Western and non-Western. They come from Egypt, Gambia, India, Iraq, Iran, Morocco, Pakistan, Syria, Tanzania, and Turkey, representing a wide range of Islamic thought. Included are international selections of English, Arabic, and French editions of the writings of important figures such as:
Content is drawn from many international partners, including Aliran Kesedaran Negara, Basic Books, Beacon Press, Edinburgh University Press, Garnet Publishing, Gerlach Press, Indiana University Press, La Découverte, Lynne Rienner Publishers, Minhaj-ul-Quran International, Oneworld Publications, Oxford University Press, Perseus, Praeger, Princeton University Press, Sterling Publishers Pvt. Ltd., Tughra Books, University of North Carolina Press, University Press of Florida, and Westview Press.
Twentieth Century Religious Thought: Volume II, Islam examines issues such as:
Twentieth Century Religious Thought: Volume II, Islam is available to libraries worldwide via subscription or one-time purchase of perpetual rights. Prices are scaled to institutional size and budget. Content may vary based on geographical region.
This collection showcases an expansive library of works that illustrate contemporary Islamic thought, making this a valuable resource for students of Middle Eastern studies, theology, religious studies, philosophy, social theory, world history, and more. The material is carefully curated and representative of thinkers across the Muslim community (including both non-Western and Western perspectives)...Gricel Dominguez eReviews