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Russian Islamic Studies

The Digital Collection contains a total of ten newspapers and specialist journals on Islam and Islamic life in Russia.

Russian Islamic Studies

 

Content

Researchers working on Muslims and Islam in Russia, the Caucasus and Central Asia can use the Universal Database of Russian Islamic Studies to access conveniently the latest scientific publications and journalistic news, so far difficult to access in Germany, via a web portal. Part of the database dates back to 2007 and is continuously updated with the latest articles.

The following Islamic journals are included:

  1. Islam v sovremennom mire;
  2. Islamovedenie;
  3. Minaret Islama;
  4. Islam v stranach Sodružestva Nezavisimych Gosudarstv.

The following newspapers are included:

  1. As-Salam;
  2. Islamskij vestnik;
  3. Medina al‘ Islam;
  4. Minbar Islama;
  5. Poslanie / Riselet;
  6. Zori Islama.

Further information on the contents of the journals and newspapers can be found in the corresponding blog article on OstBib (see the link in the right-hand column).

All editions of the digital collection can be searched in full text in Cyrillic and in transliteration; it is also possible to browse the individual editions of the database. Individual pages can be downloaded in the original layout as PDF files.

 

Access information

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Germany-wide access is made possible within the framework of the Specialised Information Service for Russian, East and Southeast European Studies at the Bayerische Staatsbibliothek and of the Specialized Information Service Middle East, North Africa and Islamic Studies at the University and State Library Saxony-Anhalt with funding from the German Research Foundation (DFG).

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