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RLL 328 Islam and the Iberian Peninsula   Tags: architecture, art, art_history_research, interdisciplinary, islamic, literature, multi-culturalism  

This guide will point to the appropriate scholarly resources for researching your papers for this course.
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This LibGuide is intended to help you with the scholarly resources available for researching various aspects of the Mediterranean world, such as historical, political, religious, cultural, and artistic, with an emphasis on cross-cultural developments  It is arranged in logical steps, but each tab can be consulted independently.

The Art and Architecture books (call numbers beginning with N) and Photography books (call numbers beginning with TR) are housed in the Bapst Art Library.  Books with other call numbers can be found at the O'Neill Library and the Theology and Ministry Library (TML.)

Further information and help is always available and appointments for individual consultations can be made with Adeane Bregman, Subject Specialist in Art History, Nina Bogdanovsky,
Subject Specialist in Political Science and Islamic Studies, Lawrence Busenbark, Subject Specialist in Romance Languages, Elliot Brandow, Subject Specialist in History, or any other appropriate Subject Specialist.

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