Islamic History as Global History
This essay explores the rise of Islam and its continuing influential role in Africa, Asia, and Europe, making it the source of a truly global civilization. Such concepts as the nature of Islamic civilization and the sources of its cultural diffusion, Islamic socioreligious institutions, and Islam as a world system are also discussed.
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American Historical Association
Islamic World and Near East History
Eaton, Richard M., "Islamic History as Global History" (1990). Personal Research Collection. 154.