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Cluster 27: Global Islam

This is the Cluster 27: Global Islam Research Guide. This guide provides helpful tips and resources for exploring Islam as a global religion and cultural tradition.

Research and Instruction Librarian

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Salma Abumeeiz

Peer Research and Writing Specialist

Your Peer Research and Writing Specialist for Cluster 27 is Maizah Ali. Set up a consultation with Maizah to talk about research, writing, assignments, study skills, and getting settled in the Cluster program and at UCLA!

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Office hours: Tue 4-5 PM via Zoom, Wed 10-11 AM in Living and Learning Center Lounge (Rieber Hall 135)

Library Liaison

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Hannah Sutherland
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Welcome!

Welcome to your Cluster 27: Global Islam Research Guide. This guide provides helpful tips and resources for exploring Islam as a global religion and cultural tradition.  

Use the tabs on the left-hand side of this guide to discover research, reading, and writing sources to support your work in Cluster 27. 

Image credit: Los Angeles Times. Muhammad's Mosque of Islam No. 27, Los Angeles, 1967. Los Angeles Times Photographic Collection. University of California, Los Angeles Library. Department of Special Collections, Los Angeles, CA. https://digital.library.ucla.edu/catalog/ark:/21198/zz002hj8k4


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Your library team consists of:

  • Salma Abumeeiz - Librarian, Email: salmabumeeiz@library.ucla.edu
  • Maizah Ali - Peer Research and Writing Specialist, Email: maizahali@g.ucla.edu
  • Hannah Sutherland - Instructional Designer and Technologist, Email: hsutherland@library.ucla.edu

Getting Acquainted with the UCLA Library and Cluster Program Resources

Getting Acquainted with the UCLA Library and Cluster Program Resources

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