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From the Publisher'...a fresh and sometimes challenging look at constructs of the Christian, Muslim and Jewish cultures in the convivencia period in medieval Spain…honest and rigorous examples of modern scholarly enquiry which begin to fill the still considerable gap in truly multidisciplinary approaches to medieval Iberia.'
Hilary Macartney, Bulletin of International Medieval Research, 2005.
’This collection of essays breaks new ground in medieval Spanish Studies—not only by offering new approaches to canonical texts, but also by bringing traditional scholarship and canonical texts into dialogue with critical orientations from a variety of disciplines, including art, economics, architecture and literature.’
Michelle M. Hamilton, eHumanista, volume 6, 2006