Ramadan, The Muslim Month of Fasting
A Select Bibliography of Resources from Palomar College Library
Islamic Holidays and Observances: Ramadan, the Month
Ramadan and Eid al Fitr: The Month of Fasting
BOOKS AND MEDIA
The books and media listed below may be found at Palomar College Library. For location and additional information about each title, click the blue hyperlink. You may search the catalog of Palomar College Library for additional materials (at the search form, click "keyword" and then type "Ramadan or Islam" in the search box), or search the catalogs of other libraries.
Ali, M. (1990). The religion of Islam: A comprehensive discussion of the sources, principles and practices of Islam. Columbus, Ohio: Lahore.
Esposito, J.L. (1998). Islam: The straight path. New York: Oxford Univ. Press.
Fabian-Baber Communications (Director). (1996). Ramadan [Motion picture]. Bala Cynwyd, PA: Schlessinger Video Productions.
Hammudah, A. (1990). Islam in focus. Sulimiah, Kuwait: International Islamic Federation of Student Organizations.
Hoyt-Goldsmith, D. (2001). Celebrating Ramadan=Ramadan al-muazzam. New York: Holiday House.
Orens, G. (Ed.) (2003). The Muslim world. New York: H.W. Wilson.
Shu'aib, T.B. (1991). Essentials of Ramadan: The fasting month. Los Angeles: Islamic Book Center.
The full-text of these articles may be found by clicking on the blue hyperlink. Find additional articles in other online databases. Passwords are required for off campus access to these databases.
Muslim kids celebrate Ramadan with new respect. (2003, November 20). New York Amsterdam News, 94(47), 20. Retrieved September 20, 2006, from EBSCO (Academic Search Premier) database. (Document ID: 11496687).
Share in Ramadan's mighty prayer. (2001, November 23). National Catholic Reporter, 38(5), 24. Retrieved September 24, 2006 from EBSCO (Academic Search Premier) database. (Document ID: 9761340).