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📙 Contextualizing the Muslim Other in Medieval Christian Discourse by Jerold C. Frakes (eds.) — free download


Broadens the perspective of recent work on the discourse of the Muslim Other in medieval Christendom by investigating pertinent texts, art, and artefacts, situating these local discourses of the Muslim Other in the larger cultural context of proto-Eurocentric discourse.



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