Rutgers provides access to a lot of Middle Eastern journals through Browzine, which gives access to Middle Eastern journals such as Middle Eastern Studies, The Middle East Journal, International Journal of Middle East Studies, Middle East Law and Governance, Journal of Middle East Women’s Studies, Middle East Journal of Culture and Communication among others. Browzine can be downloaded for iphone and android and you can save and export journal articles from it to such services such as DropBox, Medeley, RefWorks, EndNote and Zotero. However, not all journals are available on Browzine so make sure to go to the Rutgers Journal search too. (The journals on Browzine can be found normally through the Rutgers journal search as well.)
You can also access Browzine from the Rutgers libraries home page by going to the Services and Tools tab, where you can click on Browzine which is under 'tools.'
Here are some databases that also provide access to journal articles on the Middle East:
Other databases of note:
Artstor: Art database with some Middle Eastern art.
Oxford Art Online: gives access to some Middle Eastern art.
OCED iLibrary: The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development's statistical databases, including data on Middle Eastern countries.
Sage Knowledge: has some materials on the Middle East
Slavery, Abolition & Social Justice, 1490-2007: Information on slavery, has some primary source documents on the Middle East.
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