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In and Of the Mediterranean

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  1. Cover
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  1. Title page, Copyright, Editorial series
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  1. Contents
  2. pp. vii-viii
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  1. Iberia and the Mediterranean: An Introduction
  2. Michelle M. Hamilton, Núria Silleras-Fernández
  3. pp. ix-xxvii
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  1. 1. Christian-Muslim-Jewish Relations, Medieval “Spain,” and the Mediterranean: An Historiographical Op-Ed
  2. Brian A. Catlos
  3. pp. 1-16
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  1. 2. The Role of Jews, Muslims, and Christians in Iberia in the Transmission of Knowledge about Islam to the Western World: A Comparative Perspective
  2. Gerard Wiegers
  3. pp. 17-28
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  1. 3. The Princess and the Palace: On Hawwa’ bint Tashufin and Other Women from the Almoravid Royal Family
  2. Manuela Marín
  3. pp. 29-48
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  1. 4. Medieval Mediterranean Travel as an Intellectual Journey: Seafaring and the Pursuit of Knowledge in the Libro de Apolonio
  2. Nicholas M. Parmley
  3. pp. 49-74
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  1. 5. Between the Seas: Apolonio and Alexander
  2. Simone Pinet
  3. pp. 75-98
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  1. 6. The Catalan Standard Language in the Mediterranean: Greece versus Sardinia in Muntaner’s Crònica
  2. Vicente Lledó-Guillem
  3. pp. 99-118
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  1. 7. Empire in the Old World: Ferdinand the Catholic and His Aspiration to Universal Empire, 1479–1516
  2. Andrew W. Devereux
  3. pp. 119-142
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  1. 8. Singing the Scene of History in Fernão Lopes
  2. Josiah Blackmore
  3. pp. 143-156
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  1. 9. The Most marueilous historie of the Iewes: Historiography and the “Marvelous” in the Sixteenth Century
  2. Eleazar Gutwirth
  3. pp. 157-182
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  1. 10. Reading Amadís in Constantinople: Imperial Spanish Fiction in the Key of Diaspora
  2. David A. Wacks
  3. pp. 183-208
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  1. 11. Apocalyptic Sealing in the Lozana Andaluza
  2. Ryan D. Giles
  3. pp. 209-232
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  1. 12. Expanding the Self in a Mediterranean Context: Liberality and Deception in Cervantes’s El amante liberal
  2. Luis F. Avilés
  3. pp. 233-258
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  1. 13. Intimate Strangers: Humor and the Representation of Difference in Cervantes’s Drama of Captivity
  2. Barbara Fuchs
  3. pp. 259-276
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  1. Afterword. Ebbs and Flows: Looking at Spain from a Mediterranean Perspective
  2. Luis Martín-Estudillo, Nicholas Spadaccini
  3. pp. 277-290
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  1. Contributors
  2. pp. 291-296
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  1. Index
  2. pp. 297-306
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