Middle Eastern Americans
This is a selective guide to library and other resources on Middle Eastern Americans.
- America: History and Life
- Anthropology Plus
- Asian American Drama
- Ethnic NewsWatch
- Humanities Full Text
- North American Immigrant Letters, Diaries and Oral Histories
- Social Sciences Full Text
- Sociological Abstracts
- Women’s Studies International
American Immigrant Cultures: Builders of a Nation. 2 vols. 1997.
Encyclopedic essays on 161 non-indigenous cultural groups in the United States. Mugar Ref. X E184 A1 A63448 1997.
Arab-American Almanac. 5th ed. 2003.
A comprehensive reference on the Arab-American community in America, this work includes a historical chronology of Arab-Americans, chapters on Arab-American literary contributions, organizations, press and media, religious institutions (Christian, Druze, Muslim), a who’s who of Arab-Americans, a bibliography, and information on the Arabic alphabet. Mugar Ref. X E184 A65 A45
Encyclopedia of Arab American Artists. 2008.
Alphabetically-arranged encyclopedia profiling the lives and works of approximately 100 Arab American visual artists. Mugar N6538 A73 O94 2008
Harvard Encyclopedia of American Ethnic Groups. 1980.
Contains lengthy histories of ethnic groups in the U.S., as well as entries on subjects such as prejudice and discrimination. Mugar Ref. X E184 A1 H35.
Islam in North America : A Sourcebook. 1992.
Consists of essays on Islam in North America. Chapters include Arab Americans and Arab Muslims. Also contains a directory of organizations and mosques. Mugar BP67 A1 I82 1992.
The Muslim Almanac: A Reference Guide on the History, Faith, Cultures and Peoples of Islam. 1996.
Contains essays on Islam. See the chapter on Islam in North America. Mugar BP40 M83 1996. Storage: Use Request Form
A Nation of Peoples: A Sourcebook on America’s Multicultural Heritage. 1999.
Collection of bibliographic essays providing an overview of America’s ethnic cultures. See the chapter on “Middle Easterners and North Africans.” Mugar E184 A1 N2866 1999.
New Immigrant Literatures in the United States: A Sourcebook to our Multicultural Literary Heritage. 1996.
Collection of essays on post-World War II immigrant literature in the United States. Includes a chapter on Arab-American Literature. Essays conclude with selected primary and secondary bibliographies. Mugar PS153 M56 N475 1996.
The Arab-American Experience in the United States and Canada: A Classified, Annotated Bibliography. 2006.
Comprehensive bibliography covering every aspect of Arab-American and Arab-Canadian life from the very beginning until 2005. Mugar E 184 A65 S85 2006.
Arabic-Speaking Immigrants in the United States and Canada: A Bibliographical Guide. 1985.
Bibliography of books, dissertations, theses, pamphlets, and articles. Lists Arabic newspapers published in North America. Mugar Z1361 A73 S28 1985. Storage: Use Request Form
Compiled by the Education Department of the American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee.
A Comprehensive Bibliography for the Study of American Minorities. 2 vols. 1976.
Contains nearly 30,000 entries. Arranged geographically and by culture. Bibliographic essays precede each group. See “the Arab American Experience,” pp. 263-276. Mugar Z1361 E4 M529. Storage: Use Request Form
Immigrant Women in the United States: A Selectively Annotated Multidisciplinary Bibliography. 1989.
Includes 2000+ entries for scholarly articles, dissertations, and books. Organized by topic. Consult the “group index” to locate entries on Middle Eastern immigrant women. Mugar Z7164 I3 G33 1989. Storage: Use Request Form.
Muslim Women Throughout the World: A Bibliography. 1997.
Contains citations to nearly 3,000 English-language books and articles on Muslim women throughout the world. Arranged alphabetically by author. Coverage is from the beginning of the 20th century to 1995. Consult the index under “United States.” Mugar Z7963 I74 K56 1997. Storage: Use Request Form.
Racism in Contemporary America. 1996.
Bibliographic citations to published articles, books, documents, theses, dissertations, reports and other materials. Arranged under 87 subject headings. Consult subject index under “Arab Americans.” Mugar E185.615 W436 1996.
Ancestry in America: A Comparative City-by-City Guide to Over 200 Ethnic Backgrounds — With Rankings. 2003.
Race, Hispanic origin, and ancestry data for 4,206 communities with a population of 10,000+ and comparative ancestry rankings for the top 150 places. A companion CD-ROM ( Mugar Reserve Room HB3505 .A53 2003 CD-ROM) has data for all 33,150 populated places in the US, and comparative rankings for the top 600 communities for each ancestry. There are 217 separate ethnicities listed. Data are derived from the SF1 and SF3 files of the 2000 Census. Mugar HB3505 A53 2003.
Directories and Guides
Guide to Information Resources in Ethnic Museum, Library and Archival Collections in the United States. 1996.
From Afghanistan American Resources to Welsh American Resources, a guide to 786 ethnic museum, library, or archival collections of more than 70 ethnic groups, as well as multi-ethnic collections and institutions, organizations and research-oriented centers. Mugar E184 A1 B92 1996.
- American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee
- American Iranian Council
- Arab American Institute
- Arab American National Museum
- Arab-Americans and Their Communities of Cleveland
- Caught in the Crossfire
- Children of Al-Mahjar: Arab American Literature Spans a Century
- Institute for Social Policy and Understanding
- Iraqi Refugees
- Kurdish Refugees
- Making Muslim Space in North America and Europe
- MEARO: Middle Eastern American Resources Online
- Middle East & Middle Eastern American Center, CUNY
- One Hundred Questions and Answers About Arab Americans: A Journalist’s Guide
- Researching Your Lebanese or Syrian Ancestry