Edited by Jill Caskey, Adam S. Cohen and Linda Safran
These essays examine art on the borders of the medieval world, from China to Spain. They engage three related issues: margins, frontiers, and cross-cultural encounters. Historiographic problems and pedagogical questions weave through the essays and the editors’ introduction.
Edited by Rolf H. Bremmer Jr and Jan van den Berg
A collection of original articles by leading scholars in the field dealing with practical and theoretical problems in the compiling of recently completed or in-progress etymological dictionaries of Modern Dutch, German, English and Frisian.
Ronald G. Witt
Moshe Gil. Translated from Hebrew by David Strassler
This book contains studies on the Jews in Muslim countries in the early Middle Ages, and is based on an extensive use of both Jewish and Muslim mediaeval sources. Jews in Islamic Countries in the Middle Ages has been selected by Choice as Outstanding Academic Title (2005).
Claudia Ulbrich, translated by Thomas Dunlap
The book tells the life stories of women who lived in the eighteenth century in a Christian-Jewish village on the border of Germany and France. This microhistorical approach allows the author to uncover fascinating artefacts of a cultural contact between Christians and Jews that was part of a ...
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