The Muslim Almanac
A Reference Work on the History, Faith, Culture, and Peoples of IslamBook - 1995
The Almanac provides comprehensive coverage of the religion, lifestyles, politics, culture and history of Islamic societies, from the birth of Muhammad (c. 570) to the present. Patterned after the Gale Group's award-winning African-American Almanac, The Muslim Almanac is the only up-to-date resource of its kind to fully examine and explain the world of Islam. The Muslim Almanac is arranged in 39 subject chapters that offer insight into a broad range of topics, including: beliefs and practices; branches of Islam; holy lands and shrines; spiritual life; Muslim women; education; literature; art; and many others.
Publisher: Detroit : Gale Research, c1995
Branch Call Number: 297 MUS 1995
Characteristics: 581 p