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The Resource After conversion : Iberia and the emergence of modernity, edited by Mercedes García-Arenal, (electronic resource)

After conversion : Iberia and the emergence of modernity, edited by Mercedes García-Arenal, (electronic resource)

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After conversion : Iberia and the emergence of modernity
Title
After conversion
Title remainder
Iberia and the emergence of modernity
Statement of responsibility
edited by Mercedes García-Arenal
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Language
eng
Summary
  • "This book examines the religious and ideological consequences of mass conversion in Iberia, where Jews and Muslims were forcibly converted or expelled at the end of the XVth century and beginning of the XVIth, and in this way it explores the fraught relationship between origins and faith. It treats also of the consequences of coercion on intellectual debates and the production of knowledge, taking into account how integrating new converts from Judaism and Islam stimulated Christian scholars to confront the converts' sacred texts and created a distinctive peninsular hermeneutics. The book thus assesses the importance of the "Converso problem" in issues such as religious dissidence, dissimulation, and doubt and skepticism while establishing the process by which religious dissidence came to be categorized as heresy and was identified with converts from Judaism and Islam even when Lutheranism was often in the background."
  • "This book examines the religious and ideological consequences of mass conversion in Iberia, where Jews and Muslims were forcibly converted or expelled at the end of the XVth century and beginning of the XVIth, and in this way it explores the fraught relationship between origins and faith. It treats also of the consequences of coercion on intellectual debates and the production of knowledge, taking into account how integrating new converts from Judaism and Islam stimulated Christian scholars to confront the converts' sacred texts and created a distinctive peninsular hermeneutics. The book thus assesses the importance of the "Converso problem" in issues such as religious dissidence, dissimulation, and doubt and skepticism while establishing the process by which religious dissidence came to be categorized as heresy and was identified with converts from Judaism and Islam even when Lutheranism was often in the background."
  • "This book examines the religious and ideological consequences of mass conversion in Iberia, where Jews and Muslims were forcibly converted or expelled at the end of the XVth century and beginning of the XVIth, and in this way it explores the fraught relationship between origins and faith. It treats also of the consequences of coercion on intellectual debates and the production of knowledge, taking into account how integrating new converts from Judaism and Islam stimulated Christian scholars to confront the converts' sacred texts and created a distinctive peninsular hermeneutics. The book thus assesses the importance of the "Converso problem" in issues such as religious dissidence, dissimulation, and doubt and skepticism while establishing the process by which religious dissidence came to be categorized as heresy and was identified with converts from Judaism and Islam even when Lutheranism was often in the background."
  • "This book examines the religious and ideological consequences of mass conversion in Iberia, where Jews and Muslims were forcibly converted or expelled at the end of the XVth century and beginning of the XVIth, and in this way it explores the fraught relationship between origins and faith. It treats also of the consequences of coercion on intellectual debates and the production of knowledge, taking into account how integrating new converts from Judaism and Islam stimulated Christian scholars to confront the converts' sacred texts and created a distinctive peninsular hermeneutics. The book thus assesses the importance of the "Converso problem" in issues such as religious dissidence, dissimulation, and doubt and skepticism while establishing the process by which religious dissidence came to be categorized as heresy and was identified with converts from Judaism and Islam even when Lutheranism was often in the background."
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Dewey number
940.1
LC call number
BR1024
LC item number
.A38 2016
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García-Arenal, Mercedes
Series statement
Catholic Christendom, 1300-1700
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  • Jews
  • Christian converts from Islam
  • Jews
  • Muslims
  • Christian converts from Islam
  • Jews
  • Jews
  • Muslims
  • Spain
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After conversion : Iberia and the emergence of modernity, edited by Mercedes García-Arenal, (electronic resource)
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Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 395-450) and index
Contents
  • Language as archive: etymologies and the remote history of Spain
  • Valeria López Fadul
  • The search for evidence: the relics of martyred saints and their worship in Cordoba after the Council of Trent
  • Cécile Vincent-Cassy ;
  • PART 2.
  • Iberian Polemics, Readings fo the Qur'ān and the Rise of European Orientalism.
  • Textual Agnogenesis and the polysemy of the reader: early modern European readings of the Qur'ānic embryology
  • Pier Mattia Tommasino
  • A witness of their own nation: on the influence of Juan Andrés
  • Ryan Szpiech
  • Introduction
  • Authority, philology and conversion under the aegis of Martín García
  • Teresa Soto and
  • Katarzyna K. Starczewska
  • Polemical transfers: Iberian Muslim Polemics and their impact in northern Europe in the seventeenth century
  • Gerard A. Wiegers ;
  • PART 3.
  • Conversion and Perplexity.
  • Assembling Alumbradismo: the evolution of a heretical construct
  • Jessica J. Fowler
  • Doubt in fifteenth-century Iberia
  • Mercedes García-Arenal ;
  • Stefania Pastore
  • Mi padre moro, yo moro: the inheritance of belief in early modern Iberia
  • Mercedes García-Arenal
  • Tropes of expertise and converso unbelief: Huarte de San Juan's history of medicine
  • Seth Kimmel
  • True painting and the challenge of hypocrisy
  • Felipe Pereda
  • PART 1.
  • Biblical Culture, Jewish Antiquities and New Forms of Sacred History.
  • Nebuchadnezzar's Jewish legions: sephardic legends' journey from Biblical Polemic to humanist history
  • Adam G. Beaver
  • Biblical translations and literalness in early modern Spain
  • Fernando Rodríguez Mediano
  • Language as archive: etymologies and the remote history of Spain
  • Valeria López Fadul
  • The search for evidence: the relics of martyred saints and their worship in Cordoba after the Council of Trent
  • Cécile Vincent-Cassy ;
  • PART 2.
  • Iberian Polemics, Readings fo the Qur'ān and the Rise of European Orientalism.
  • Textual Agnogenesis and the polysemy of the reader: early modern European readings of the Qur'ānic embryology
  • Pier Mattia Tommasino
  • A witness of their own nation: on the influence of Juan Andrés
  • Ryan Szpiech
  • Introduction
  • Authority, philology and conversion under the aegis of Martín García
  • Teresa Soto and
  • Katarzyna K. Starczewska
  • Polemical transfers: Iberian Muslim Polemics and their impact in northern Europe in the seventeenth century
  • Gerard A. Wiegers ;
  • PART 3.
  • Conversion and Perplexity.
  • Assembling Alumbradismo: the evolution of a heretical construct
  • Jessica J. Fowler
  • Doubt in fifteenth-century Iberia
  • Mercedes García-Arenal ;
  • Stefania Pastore
  • Mi padre moro, yo moro: the inheritance of belief in early modern Iberia
  • Mercedes García-Arenal
  • Tropes of expertise and converso unbelief: Huarte de San Juan's history of medicine
  • Seth Kimmel
  • True painting and the challenge of hypocrisy
  • Felipe Pereda
  • PART 1.
  • Biblical Culture, Jewish Antiquities and New Forms of Sacred History.
  • Nebuchadnezzar's Jewish legions: sephardic legends' journey from Biblical Polemic to humanist history
  • Adam G. Beaver
  • Biblical translations and literalness in early modern Spain
  • Fernando Rodríguez Mediano
  • Language as archive: etymologies and the remote history of Spain
  • Valeria López Fadul
  • The search for evidence: the relics of martyred saints and their worship in Cordoba after the Council of Trent
  • Cécile Vincent-Cassy ;
  • PART 2.
  • Iberian Polemics, Readings fo the Qur'ān and the Rise of European Orientalism.
  • Textual Agnogenesis and the polysemy of the reader: early modern European readings of the Qur'ānic embryology
  • Pier Mattia Tommasino
  • A witness of their own nation: on the influence of Juan Andrés
  • Ryan Szpiech
  • Introduction
  • Authority, philology and conversion under the aegis of Martín García
  • Teresa Soto and
  • Katarzyna K. Starczewska
  • Polemical transfers: Iberian Muslim Polemics and their impact in northern Europe in the seventeenth century
  • Gerard A. Wiegers ;
  • PART 3.
  • Conversion and Perplexity.
  • Assembling Alumbradismo: the evolution of a heretical construct
  • Jessica J. Fowler
  • Doubt in fifteenth-century Iberia
  • Mercedes García-Arenal ;
  • Stefania Pastore
  • Mi padre moro, yo moro: the inheritance of belief in early modern Iberia
  • Mercedes García-Arenal
  • Tropes of expertise and converso unbelief: Huarte de San Juan's history of medicine
  • Seth Kimmel
  • True painting and the challenge of hypocrisy
  • Felipe Pereda
  • PART 1.
  • Biblical Culture, Jewish Antiquities and New Forms of Sacred History.
  • Nebuchadnezzar's Jewish legions: sephardic legends' journey from Biblical Polemic to humanist history
  • Adam G. Beaver
  • Biblical translations and literalness in early modern Spain
  • Fernando Rodríguez Mediano
  • Language as archive: etymologies and the remote history of Spain
  • Valeria López Fadul
  • The search for evidence: the relics of martyred saints and their worship in Cordoba after the Council of Trent
  • Cécile Vincent-Cassy ;
  • PART 2.
  • Iberian Polemics, Readings fo the Qur'ān and the Rise of European Orientalism.
  • Textual Agnogenesis and the polysemy of the reader: early modern European readings of the Qur'ānic embryology
  • Pier Mattia Tommasino
  • A witness of their own nation: on the influence of Juan Andrés
  • Ryan Szpiech
  • Introduction
  • Authority, philology and conversion under the aegis of Martín García
  • Teresa Soto and
  • Katarzyna K. Starczewska
  • Polemical transfers: Iberian Muslim Polemics and their impact in northern Europe in the seventeenth century
  • Gerard A. Wiegers ;
  • PART 3.
  • Conversion and Perplexity.
  • Assembling Alumbradismo: the evolution of a heretical construct
  • Jessica J. Fowler
  • Doubt in fifteenth-century Iberia
  • Mercedes García-Arenal ;
  • Stefania Pastore
  • Mi padre moro, yo moro: the inheritance of belief in early modern Iberia
  • Mercedes García-Arenal
  • Tropes of expertise and converso unbelief: Huarte de San Juan's history of medicine
  • Seth Kimmel
  • True painting and the challenge of hypocrisy
  • Felipe Pereda
  • PART 1.
  • Biblical Culture, Jewish Antiquities and New Forms of Sacred History.
  • Nebuchadnezzar's Jewish legions: sephardic legends' journey from Biblical Polemic to humanist history
  • Adam G. Beaver
  • Biblical translations and literalness in early modern Spain
  • Fernando Rodríguez Mediano
Control code
OCM1bookssj0001749518
Dimensions
25 cm.
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
xii, 463 pages
Governing access note
License restrictions may limit access
Isbn
9789004324312
Lccn
2016462020
Other physical details
color illustrations
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(WaSeSS)ssj0001749518
Terms governing use
Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 4.0 International. CC BY-NC-ND 4.0
Label
After conversion : Iberia and the emergence of modernity, edited by Mercedes García-Arenal, (electronic resource)
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 395-450) and index
Contents
  • Language as archive: etymologies and the remote history of Spain
  • Valeria López Fadul
  • The search for evidence: the relics of martyred saints and their worship in Cordoba after the Council of Trent
  • Cécile Vincent-Cassy ;
  • PART 2.
  • Iberian Polemics, Readings fo the Qur'ān and the Rise of European Orientalism.
  • Textual Agnogenesis and the polysemy of the reader: early modern European readings of the Qur'ānic embryology
  • Pier Mattia Tommasino
  • A witness of their own nation: on the influence of Juan Andrés
  • Ryan Szpiech
  • Introduction
  • Authority, philology and conversion under the aegis of Martín García
  • Teresa Soto and
  • Katarzyna K. Starczewska
  • Polemical transfers: Iberian Muslim Polemics and their impact in northern Europe in the seventeenth century
  • Gerard A. Wiegers ;
  • PART 3.
  • Conversion and Perplexity.
  • Assembling Alumbradismo: the evolution of a heretical construct
  • Jessica J. Fowler
  • Doubt in fifteenth-century Iberia
  • Mercedes García-Arenal ;
  • Stefania Pastore
  • Mi padre moro, yo moro: the inheritance of belief in early modern Iberia
  • Mercedes García-Arenal
  • Tropes of expertise and converso unbelief: Huarte de San Juan's history of medicine
  • Seth Kimmel
  • True painting and the challenge of hypocrisy
  • Felipe Pereda
  • PART 1.
  • Biblical Culture, Jewish Antiquities and New Forms of Sacred History.
  • Nebuchadnezzar's Jewish legions: sephardic legends' journey from Biblical Polemic to humanist history
  • Adam G. Beaver
  • Biblical translations and literalness in early modern Spain
  • Fernando Rodríguez Mediano
  • Language as archive: etymologies and the remote history of Spain
  • Valeria López Fadul
  • The search for evidence: the relics of martyred saints and their worship in Cordoba after the Council of Trent
  • Cécile Vincent-Cassy ;
  • PART 2.
  • Iberian Polemics, Readings fo the Qur'ān and the Rise of European Orientalism.
  • Textual Agnogenesis and the polysemy of the reader: early modern European readings of the Qur'ānic embryology
  • Pier Mattia Tommasino
  • A witness of their own nation: on the influence of Juan Andrés
  • Ryan Szpiech
  • Introduction
  • Authority, philology and conversion under the aegis of Martín García
  • Teresa Soto and
  • Katarzyna K. Starczewska
  • Polemical transfers: Iberian Muslim Polemics and their impact in northern Europe in the seventeenth century
  • Gerard A. Wiegers ;
  • PART 3.
  • Conversion and Perplexity.
  • Assembling Alumbradismo: the evolution of a heretical construct
  • Jessica J. Fowler
  • Doubt in fifteenth-century Iberia
  • Mercedes García-Arenal ;
  • Stefania Pastore
  • Mi padre moro, yo moro: the inheritance of belief in early modern Iberia
  • Mercedes García-Arenal
  • Tropes of expertise and converso unbelief: Huarte de San Juan's history of medicine
  • Seth Kimmel
  • True painting and the challenge of hypocrisy
  • Felipe Pereda
  • PART 1.
  • Biblical Culture, Jewish Antiquities and New Forms of Sacred History.
  • Nebuchadnezzar's Jewish legions: sephardic legends' journey from Biblical Polemic to humanist history
  • Adam G. Beaver
  • Biblical translations and literalness in early modern Spain
  • Fernando Rodríguez Mediano
  • Language as archive: etymologies and the remote history of Spain
  • Valeria López Fadul
  • The search for evidence: the relics of martyred saints and their worship in Cordoba after the Council of Trent
  • Cécile Vincent-Cassy ;
  • PART 2.
  • Iberian Polemics, Readings fo the Qur'ān and the Rise of European Orientalism.
  • Textual Agnogenesis and the polysemy of the reader: early modern European readings of the Qur'ānic embryology
  • Pier Mattia Tommasino
  • A witness of their own nation: on the influence of Juan Andrés
  • Ryan Szpiech
  • Introduction
  • Authority, philology and conversion under the aegis of Martín García
  • Teresa Soto and
  • Katarzyna K. Starczewska
  • Polemical transfers: Iberian Muslim Polemics and their impact in northern Europe in the seventeenth century
  • Gerard A. Wiegers ;
  • PART 3.
  • Conversion and Perplexity.
  • Assembling Alumbradismo: the evolution of a heretical construct
  • Jessica J. Fowler
  • Doubt in fifteenth-century Iberia
  • Mercedes García-Arenal ;
  • Stefania Pastore
  • Mi padre moro, yo moro: the inheritance of belief in early modern Iberia
  • Mercedes García-Arenal
  • Tropes of expertise and converso unbelief: Huarte de San Juan's history of medicine
  • Seth Kimmel
  • True painting and the challenge of hypocrisy
  • Felipe Pereda
  • PART 1.
  • Biblical Culture, Jewish Antiquities and New Forms of Sacred History.
  • Nebuchadnezzar's Jewish legions: sephardic legends' journey from Biblical Polemic to humanist history
  • Adam G. Beaver
  • Biblical translations and literalness in early modern Spain
  • Fernando Rodríguez Mediano
  • Language as archive: etymologies and the remote history of Spain
  • Valeria López Fadul
  • The search for evidence: the relics of martyred saints and their worship in Cordoba after the Council of Trent
  • Cécile Vincent-Cassy ;
  • PART 2.
  • Iberian Polemics, Readings fo the Qur'ān and the Rise of European Orientalism.
  • Textual Agnogenesis and the polysemy of the reader: early modern European readings of the Qur'ānic embryology
  • Pier Mattia Tommasino
  • A witness of their own nation: on the influence of Juan Andrés
  • Ryan Szpiech
  • Introduction
  • Authority, philology and conversion under the aegis of Martín García
  • Teresa Soto and
  • Katarzyna K. Starczewska
  • Polemical transfers: Iberian Muslim Polemics and their impact in northern Europe in the seventeenth century
  • Gerard A. Wiegers ;
  • PART 3.
  • Conversion and Perplexity.
  • Assembling Alumbradismo: the evolution of a heretical construct
  • Jessica J. Fowler
  • Doubt in fifteenth-century Iberia
  • Mercedes García-Arenal ;
  • Stefania Pastore
  • Mi padre moro, yo moro: the inheritance of belief in early modern Iberia
  • Mercedes García-Arenal
  • Tropes of expertise and converso unbelief: Huarte de San Juan's history of medicine
  • Seth Kimmel
  • True painting and the challenge of hypocrisy
  • Felipe Pereda
  • PART 1.
  • Biblical Culture, Jewish Antiquities and New Forms of Sacred History.
  • Nebuchadnezzar's Jewish legions: sephardic legends' journey from Biblical Polemic to humanist history
  • Adam G. Beaver
  • Biblical translations and literalness in early modern Spain
  • Fernando Rodríguez Mediano
Control code
OCM1bookssj0001749518
Dimensions
25 cm.
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
xii, 463 pages
Governing access note
License restrictions may limit access
Isbn
9789004324312
Lccn
2016462020
Other physical details
color illustrations
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(WaSeSS)ssj0001749518
Terms governing use
Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 4.0 International. CC BY-NC-ND 4.0

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