Mamluk Studies Resources: The Middle East Documentation Center at the University of Chicago

Through this site you can access the following Mamluk Studies resources: Mamlūk Studies Review, Mamluk Bibliography Online, School of Mamluk Studies.

Mamlūk Studies Review is an annual, Open Access, refereed journal devoted to the study of the Mamluk Sultanate of Egypt and Syria (648-922/1250-1517)

Mamluk Bibliography Online is an on-going project of the Middle East Documentation Center at the University of Chicago, the aim of which is to compile comprehensive bibliographies of all primary sources relating to the Mamluk sultanate of Egypt and Syria, as well as all research and discussion--scholarly and popular--germane to the subject.

The School of Mamluk Studies (SMS) is currently based at the University of Chicago, where Mamluk-related projects such as Mamluk Studies Review, the Chicago Online Bibliography of Mamluk Studies, and the Chicago Online Encyclopedia of Mamluk Studies are managed. The mission of SMS is to provide a scholarly forum for a holistic approach to Mamluk studies, and to foster and promote a greater awareness of the Mamluk sultanate (1250-1517).