The Birmingham Qur'an manuscript is documented in the following catalogues and articles:
1961, D. Hopwood, ‘The Islamic Manuscripts in the Mingana collection’ in Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society XCIII/3-4.
1982, K. ‘Awwad, ‘Aqdam al-makhtutat al-‘arabiyya fi maktabat al-‘alam’ (The Oldest Arabic Manuscripts in the World's Libraries), Baghdad.
1985, H. L. Gottschalk, D. Hopwood (eds.) et. al., ‘The Islamic Arabic Manuscripts in the Mingana Collection’ Volume IV.
1997, L-A. Hunt, ‘The Mingana and Related Collections. A Survey of Illustrated Arabic, Greek, Eastern Christian, Persian and Turkish Manuscripts in the Selly Oak Colleges, Birmingham’.
2009, Gerd-R. Puin: ‘The Alif in Qur’anic Orthography: Vowel letters and ortho-epic writing variants’
2009, F. Déroche, ‘La Transmission écrite du Coran dans les débuts de l'Islam. Le codex Parisino-petropolitanus.’ (Leiden – Boston).
2011, A. Fedeli, ‘The Provenance of the Manuscript Mingana Islamic Arabic 1572: Dispersed folios from a few Qur'anic quires’ in Manuscripta Orientalia, Vol 17, No 1, June 2011, pp. 45-56.
2015, A. Fedeli, Early Qur'anic manuscripts, their text, and the Alphonse Mingana papers held in the Department of Special Collections of the University of Birmingham, University of Birmingham. Ph.D.
2018, T. F. G. Higham, C. Bronk Ramsey, D. Chivall, J. Graystone, D. Baker, E. Hendersen and P. Ditchfield, Radiocarbon Dates from the Oxford AMS System: Archaeometry Datelist 36. Archaeometry, 60: 628– 640.
2021, S. R. Kilroy, 'The Birmingham Qur'an: an introduction to the conservation and radiocarbon dating' in M. J. Driscoll (ed.), Care and conservation of manuscripts: Proceedings of the seventeenth international seminar held at the University of Copenhagen 11th - 13th April 2018. Care and conservation of manuscripts, proceedings, vol. 17, Museum Tusculanum, Copenhagen, pp. 89-105.