Book review: Les musulmans dans l’histoire de l’Europe. I.- Une intégration invisible, written by Jocelyne Dakhlia et Bernard Vincent

Book review: Ces étrangers familiers. Musulmans en Europe, XVIe-XVIIe siècles, written by Lucette Valensi

In: Studia Islamica
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    Ernesto Giménez Caballero, “España y Marruecos”, África, 22 (oct. 1943), 25-26.

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    Bernard Vincent, 1492, l’année admirable, Paris, Aubier, 1991.

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    Joan-Pau Rubiés, “Ethnography, and the Historicization of Idolatry”, Journal of the History of Ideas, 67-1 (oct. 2006), p. 571-596.

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    Beatriz Alonso Acero, Sultanes de Berbería en tierras de cristiandad: exilio musulmán, conversión y asimilación en la monarquía hispánica (siglos XVI y XVII), Barcelona, Bellaterra, 2006.

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    Le volume 34-2 (2013) de la revue Al-Qantara publie un dossier sur taqiyya coordonné par Mercedes García-Arenal.

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    Fernando Rodríguez de la Flor, Pasiones frías. Secreto y disimulación en el Barroco hispano, Madrid, Marcial Pons, 2005.

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    Matthias M. Tischler, “Discovering Islam as a Historical Phenomenon: The Case of the Latin Historiography of the Iberian Peninsula, 8th to the 13th Century”, Quaderns de la Mediterrània, 16 (2011), p. 153-161.

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    Justin Champion, “‘I remember a Mahometan story of Ahmed ben Edris’: freethinking uses of Islam from Stubbe to Toland”, Al-Qantara, 31-2 (2010), p. 443-480.

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