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Said, E. Orientalism (London, 1978 - new editions available)
• Where does the term convivencia come from?
• What are its merits and limitations of the notion of convivencia for understanding Iberian society in our period?
• Where relationships between different faith groups characterised more by violence or peace?
- What is orientalism? What role has it played in Spanish history?
Historiographical theme: the politics of historiography
See also https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=REljGDVQJDs