The Middle East and Europe: Encounters and Exchanges
G. J. H. van Gelder, Ed de Moor
Rodopi, 1992 - Social Science - 180 pages
No justification is needed for the selection of the much-studied but inexhaustible general theme of the new annual publication.
Orientations: the history of the numerous and multifarious relations and contacts between the Middle East and the West, political, economic, cultural and literary.
In the first volume, entitled The Middle East and Europe: Encounters and Exchanges, Jacques Waardenburg provides a broad survey of Muslim attitudes towards other religions in the medieval period. Mercedes García-Arenal compares the methods of Spanish conquest and evangelization in Spain and in the New World. The Dutch share in the 17th-century slave trade in Yemen is studied by C.G. Brouwer. The life of Ahmad ibn Qasim ibn al-Hajari, born in Spain, living in Morocco, and a traveller in France and the Low Countries in the early 17th century, is the subject of an article by Gerard Wiegers. The experiences of Egyptians who visited France in the 19th and early 20th centuries are discussed by Ed de Moor. Rotraud Wielandt explores the concept of the Enlightenment in the works of the 19th-century Syrian writer Marrash. Bassam Tibi analyzes the contemporary Muslim fundamentalist response to the challenge of modernity.
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