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    • Epurescu-Pascovici, Ionuț (2020)
      This volume stems from a conference organised in November 2018 at the University of Bucharest in the frame of the European Research Council project CASTELLANY ACCOUNTS, “Record-keeping, fiscal reform, and the rise of ...
    • Tolan, John (2015)
      The eleven essays brought together in this volume explore the relations between expulsion, diaspora, and exile between Late Antiquity and the seventeenth century. The essays range from Hellenistic Egypt to seventeenth-century ...
    • Tolan, John; Keil, Martha; Buc, Philippe (2015)
      The name of Bernhard Blumenkranz is well known to all those who study the history of European Jews in the Middle Ages and in particular the history of Jewish-Christian relations. Blumenkranz was born in Vienna in 1913; he ...
    • Tolan, John; Foschia, Laurence; de Lange, Nicholas; Nemo-Pekelman, Capucine (2014)
      What is the place of Jews in medieval Christian societies? in the ninetheenth and early twentieth centuries, this question was largely confined to Jewish scholars, and the academic debates where inseparable from the upheavels ...
    • Tolan, John; Boissellier, Stéphanie (2014)
      Medieval towns, from Portugal to Hungary to Egypt, were places of contact between members of different religious communities, Muslim, Christian and Jewish, who rubbed shoulders in the ports and on the streets, who haggled ...
    • Tolan, John; Echevarria, Ana; Pedro Monferrer-Sala, Juan (2016)
      This volume shows through the use of legal sources that law was used to try to erect boundaries between communities in order to regulate or restrict interaction between the faithful and the non-faithful; and at the same ...
    • Maillard, Clara (2014)
      For the popes it was inevitable to maintain relations with the Arab-Muslim world, of course eastern - Egypt and the Middle East - but also Western - Spain and the Maghreb. Thus in 1199, Innocent III addressed himself to ...
    • Tolan, John; Berend, Nora; Nemo-Pekelman, Capucine; Hameau-Masset, Youna (2017)
      The fruit of a sustained and close collaboration between historians, linguists and jurists working on the Christian, Muslim and Jewish societies of the Middle Ages, this book explores the theme of religious coexistence ...
    • Tolan, John; Jablonka, Ivan; Jaspert, Nikolas; Schreiber, Jean-Philippe (2016)
      Judaism, Christianity and Islam have coexisted in Europe for over 1300 years. The three monotheistic faiths differ in demography, in the moment of their arrival on the continent and in the unequal relations they maintain ...
    • Fierro, M; V. Tolan, J. (2013)
      The first monograph devoted to the legal status of religious minorities status accorded to dimmī-s ( Jews and Christians) in the Muslim law in the medieval Muslim west (the Maghreb and Muslim Spain). The articles in this ...