medieval iberia readings from christian muslim and jewish sources pdf

Medieval iberia readings from christian muslim and jewish sources pdf

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To Live Like a Moor

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To Live Like a Moor traces the many shifts in Christian perceptions of Islam-associated ways of life which took place across the centuries between early Reconquista efforts of the eleventh century and the final expulsions of Spain's converted yet poorly assimilated Morisco population in the seventeenth. To pick but one example, whatever period they work in, the many historians who are becoming interested in the cultural work done by material culture—dress, food, housewares and furnishing, the things and objects we bear about our lives as we construct them—will find much inspiration in these pages. So too will those whose attention is increasingly tuned to questions of Islamic 'diasporas' in Christian Europe, both past and present. There is a great deal to learn from this book. To Live Like a Moor. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press,

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