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Title: Living as Muslims under Christian rule. The Mudejars
Authors: Barros, Filomena
Editors: Fierro, Maribel
Keywords: Muslims, Mudejars, Iberia
Issue Date: 2020
Publisher: Routledge
Citation: “Living as Muslims under Christian rule. The Mudejars.”, in The Routledge Handbook of Muslim Iberia, ed. Maribel Fierro, Abingdon, Oxon - New York , Routledge, 2020, pp. 534-550
Abstract: The analysis of Muslim minorities in the Iberian Peninsula highlights their shifting identities throughout time and spaces. The integration in different kingdoms, and under distinctive landlords, implied a social engineering in their status and prerogatives. The intended and progressive homogenization of the Muslim due to the Iberian monarchies lied mainly on the discourse of a respublica christiana intended to separate the Christian community from the Other. This gradual process, that included continuous political negotiations between both groups, conveyed different degrees of acculturation. Muslim minorities developed a dynamic dialectic between the Islamic umma and the specific contexts of their daily life.
ISBN: 9781138649149 (hardback)
9781315625959 (ebook)
Type: bookPart
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