Identity and Religion in the Medieval and Early Modern Mediterranean

An issue of: Journal of Medieval and Early Modern Studies

Identity and Religion in the Medieval and Early Modern Mediterranean
Journal Issue Pages: 216 Volume 41, Number 3 Published: Fall 2011 An issue of Journal of Medieval and Early Modern Studies
Special Issue Editor: John Jeffries Martin

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Crossing Religious Boundaries in the Medieval and Early Modern Mediterranean-John Jeffries Martin

The Betrayal of Antioch: Narratives of Conversion and Conquest during the First Crusade-Joshua C. Birk

Corresponding with Infidels: Rome, the Almohads, and the Christians of Thirteenth-Century Morocco-Brett Edward Whalen

Chivalric Travel in the Mediterranean: Converts, Kings, and Christian Knights in Pero Tafur’s Andanças -Shayne Aaron Legassie

Beyond Muslim and Christian: The Moriscos’ Marian Scriptures-Amy G. Remensnyder

Marranos and Nicodemites in Sixteenth-Century Venice-John Jeffries Martin

Conversion and Convergence in the Venetian-Ottoman Borderlands-E. Natalie Rothman

New Books across the Disciplines-Michael Cornett

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