In the Light of Medieval Spain: Islam, the West, and the Relevance of the Past (New Middle Ages) (Paperback)

In the Light of Medieval Spain: Islam, the West, and the Relevance of the Past (New Middle Ages) By S. Doubleday (Editor), Giles Tremlett (Foreword by), D. Coleman (Editor) Cover Image

In the Light of Medieval Spain: Islam, the West, and the Relevance of the Past (New Middle Ages) (Paperback)

By S. Doubleday (Editor), Giles Tremlett (Foreword by), D. Coleman (Editor)

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The Currency of the Past; S. R. Doubleday Juan de Segovia and the Lessons of History; A. Marie Wolf Reading Don Quijote in a Time of War; L. Rouhi Memory and Mutilations: The Case of the Moriscos; M E. Perry Expulsion from Paradise: Exiled Intellectuals and Andalusian Tolerance; D. Filios Ghostly Returns: The Medieval 'Moor' and the Contemporary Moroccan Immigrant; D. Flesler Spain's New Muslims: A Historical Romance; L. Abend The Persistence of the Past in the Albaic n: Granada's New Mosque and the Question of Historical Relevance; D.Coleman Postscript: Futures of Al-Andalus; G. Anidjar.
SIMON R. DOUBLEDAY is Associate Professor of History at Hofstra University, USA. DAVID COLEMAN is Associate Professor of History at Eastern Kentucky University, USA.
Product Details ISBN: 9781349539406
ISBN-10: 1349539406
Publisher: Palgrave MacMillan
Publication Date: September 19th, 2008
Pages: 217
Language: English
Series: New Middle Ages