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JEWISHST 12S: Multiculturalism in the Middle Ages: Muslims, Christians, and Jews in Medieval Spain (HISTORY 12S)

Before the year 1492--when the last Muslim kingdom of Granada fell, Ferdinand and Isabella expelled the Jews, and Columbus set sail for the "new world"--Spain had been a dynamic and complex region of Muslim and Christian kingdoms populated by Christians, Muslims, and Jews. From the arrival of the Muslims in 711, medieval Spain would be characterized by diverse communities, multilingualism, and cross-confessional interaction for almost 800 years. What political, economic, and military exchanges took place among peoples of the three faiths? Did community leaders and governments attempt to regulate or prohibit such fluid identity boundaries? How has 20th-century Spanish nationalism shaped our understanding of medieval Spain? How have 21st-century questions of multiculturalism impacted our view of medieval Spain?
Terms: Spr | Units: 5 | UG Reqs: WAY-A-II, WAY-ED
Instructors: Nunez, A. (PI)
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