Reference Corporation's on-going Al Qaeda & Jihadi Movements Worldwide (AQJM) reference series, in early 2011, in 50 volumes, has several built-in finding guides to assist researchers. One finding guide is the Key Documents list, a bibliography with extensive cross references and scope notes. However, Key Documents is a large document and cannot be reprinted in every new incremental set of AQJM reference books. For example, the Key Documents list in the cumulative index to the first twenty volumes of AQJM is over 120 pages long. AQJM for volumes 1-50 is 332 pages long.
To make Key Documents more useful, this downloadable Key Documents list is cumulative for all AQJM volumes and will always be current.
This Key Documents edition is a cumulative finding aid for AQJM volumes 1-50
Thesaurus of Subject and Geographical Descriptors. Fourth Edition. Seattle, Wash.: Reference Corp., 2007. (iv+234p.)
The Reference Corporation Thesaurus of Subject & Geographic Descriptors provides the updated controlled vocabulary lists for Reference Corporation reference books (Middle East Abstracts & Index; Al-Qaeda & Jihadi Movements Worldwide; Kurds & Kurdistan; Women in the Middle East) and reference databases (Asia-Pacific Database; Eurasia Database; Spanish & Portuguese World Database; Middle East & Africa Database; and, Multiculturalism & Ethnic Policy Database.)
Women in the Middle East and North Africa: A Bibliography. (Two volumes) [Middle East Abstracts & Index. Volume 20E(i-ii).] Revised with an updated introduction and subject-corporate-named persons index. Seattle, Wash.: Reference Corp., 2007. (Viii+776p., ii+693p.)
The area of coverage of Women in the Middle East & North Africa bibliography is: Afghanistan, 217 records; Algeria, 92 records; Bahrain, 18 records; Cyprus, 26 records; Egypt, 245 records; Iran, 143 records; Iraq: 297 records; Israel-Palestine (including the Gaza Strip and West Bank), 1333 records; Jordan, 58 records; Kuwait, 42 records; Lebanon, 84 records; Libya, 20 records; Morocco, 43 records; Oman, 27 records; Qatar, 12 records; Saudi Arabia, 69 records; Syria, 46 records; Tunisia, 20 records; Turkey, 106 records; United Arab Emirates (UAE), 28 records; Yemen, 124 records; and General Middle East and North Africa, 75 records.
Kurds & Kurdistan: A Bibliography: A Bibliography. (Two volumes) [Middle East Abstracts & Index. Volume 22E(i-ii).] Seattle, Wash.: Reference Corp., 1999. (viii+776p., ii+693p.) PDF edition.
The area of coverage of the Kurds & Kurdistan bibliography is: the Kurdish people and their history and institutions in Iran, Iraq, Syria, Turkey and the USSR, and in the worldwide Kurdish disapora.