If you have the citation for a specific article, here is how you can figure out if PSU has the article and (if we do) get to it in full-text:
A bibliography, in this context, is a book or electronic resource that lists primarily books and journal articles on a specific topic. A bibliography can be either a selective or exhaustive list of sources, it may just be a list of citations or could include annotations. Works included may be selected because of their publication date, or their importance, or their origin. Bibliographies are particularly useful when you need to do exhaustive research on your topic or if you need to find literature published during a period not covered by the electronic resources.
Introduction to the history of the Muslim East: A bibliographical guide
Z3013 .S314 | 5th Floor
Middle East and Islam: A bibliographical introduction
Z3013 .M48 1979 | 5th Floor
Islam in Contemporary Sub-Saharan Africa
The bibliography contains over 4,300 references from European language sources about Islam in contemporary Sub-Saharan Africa, from around 1960 to 2005.
The Islamic revival since 1988 : a critical survey and bibliography
Z7835 .M6 H24 1997 | 5th Floor
Women in Islamic Societies: A selected review of the social scientific literature
A literature review prepared by the Federal Research Division at the Library of Congress in 2005 that includes recent empirical social science scholarship addressing women's lives in Muslim societies. Along with bibliographic citations of the major works and representative studies related to various aspects of Muslim women's lives, the study presents "analyses of empirical findings that emerge from these bodies of literature."
World Bibliographical Series
Volumes covers history, geography, economics, politics, religion, sociology, anthropology, and culture of an individual country.
Search the Library catalog for known titles or, for example:
Africa, North -- periodicals
Arab countries -- periodicals