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The Routledge Hispanic Studies Companion to Medieval Iberia

Unity in Diversity

Edited by: E. Michael Gerli , Ryan D. Giles

Print publication date:  May  2021
Online publication date:  May  2021

Print ISBN: 9781138629325
eBook ISBN: 9781315210483
Adobe ISBN:

10.4324/9781315210483
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The Routledge Hispanic Studies Companion to Medieval Iberia: Unity in Diversity draws together the innovative work of renowned scholars as well as several thought-provoking essays from emergent academics, in order to provide broad-range, in-depth coverage of the major aspects of the Iberian medieval world.

Exploring the social, political, cultural, religious, and economic history of the Iberian Peninsula, the volume includes 37 original essays grouped around fundamental themes such as Languages and Literatures, Spiritualities, and Visual Culture.

This interdisciplinary volume is an excellent introduction and reference work for students and scholars in Iberian Studies and Medieval Studies.

 

SERIES EDITOR: BRAD EPPS

SPANISH LIST ADVISOR: JAVIER MUÑOZ-BASOLS

Table of contents

Prelims Download PDF
Chapter  1:  Humans and the environment in medieval Iberia Download PDF
Chapter  2:  Fragmentation and centralization Download PDF
Chapter  3:  Mudéjares and Moriscos Download PDF
Chapter  4:  Otherness, identities, and cultures in contact Download PDF
Chapter  5:  The Visigothic and Suevic kingdoms Download PDF
Chapter  6:  Power and politics in Iberian societies, ca. 1035–1516 Download PDF
Chapter  7:  The law Download PDF
Chapter  8:  Sefarad Download PDF
Chapter  9:  Re-reading the conquest of Iberia Download PDF
Chapter  10:  ‘Abd al-RaḤmA¯n III and the caliphate of Cordoba Download PDF
Chapter  11:  Writing the past, ordering the world Download PDF
Chapter  12:  From Islamic to Christian conquest Download PDF
Chapter  13:  Islamogothic Iberia Download PDF
Chapter  14:  Corporeality and soteriology in medieval Spanish hagiography Download PDF
Chapter  15:  Contested martyrdom Download PDF
Chapter  16:  Ramon Llull and Lullism Download PDF
Chapter  17:  Toledo and beyond Download PDF
Chapter  18:  Turning and returning Download PDF
Chapter  19:  Medieval Iberian women and gender Download PDF
Chapter  20:  Iberian queenship Download PDF
Chapter  21:  Digital humanities and the Iberian Middle Ages Download PDF
Chapter  22:  The Galician-Portuguese cantigas, the history of emotion, and lyric as genre Download PDF
Chapter  23:  Arabic alongside and into Hebrew Download PDF
Chapter  24:  From heroes to courtly knights Download PDF
Chapter  25:  Reflections OF the long thirteenth century Download PDF
Chapter  26:  Medieval Iberian travel literature Download PDF
Chapter  27:  Inscription, authorship, iteration Download PDF
Chapter  28:  The Ḥadīth de YÚçuf  Download PDF
Chapter  29:  Extemporizing a translation of the Arabic into Castilian Download PDF
Chapter  30:  Clerical soundscapes Download PDF
Chapter  31:  Rapture and horror Download PDF
Chapter  32:  Framing intercultural encounters in three Iberian translations of Kalila wa-Dimna  Download PDF
Chapter  33:  Evidence for an underlying Ibero–Romance vernacular Download PDF
Chapter  34:  Epic texts in medieval Iberia Download PDF
Chapter  35:  Mudejar Teruel Download PDF
Chapter  36:  Coloring words Download PDF
Chapter  37:  Performing authority through iconography Download PDF
Index Download PDF
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