Reference Work

Reference book users across the country and around the world are experiencing the work of nearly a dozen IUPUI Liberal Arts students who helped launch The Encyclopedia of Muslim-American History. The work ranked as one of the top 40 reference titles of 2010 by the Pennsylvania School Librarians Association. Edward E. Curtis IV, the Millennium Chair of Liberal Arts and a professor of religious studies, was the general editor of the publication, which has been credited with being the first reference to chart the history of Islam in the U.S.