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Ethno-Religious Interaction in Premodern Iberia: Mechanisms and Trajectories

Oct 14, 2022 - Oct 15, 2022
UCLA, Royce Hall 314, (Conference Room), 340 Royce Drive
Los Angeles, 90095 United States
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This conference brings together a diverse group of scholars to evaluate the state of research regarding the evolving inter-relationships of Christians, Jews, and Muslims within premodern Iberia and explore the lasting influence of this paradigm shift. The intended emphasis is on the intersection of quotidian mechanisms and longer-term (statutory, theological, sociological) trajectories. By what means did ethno-religious groups coexist in either Christian or Muslim-ruled contexts, what factors caused those sustaining systems to break down, and how did subsequent generations process the history of pluralism? The conference thus addresses questions of diversity, inclusion, and exclusion that were central to the premodern Mediterranean as they are to our world today.

Complete details and registration at https://cmrs.ucla.edu/conference/ethno-religious-interaction-in-premodern-iberia/

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CMRS Center for Early Global Studies
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UCLA, Royce Hall 314, (Conference Room)
340 Royce Drive
Los Angeles, 90095 United States
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