Shu"Mubiyya in Al"Andalus: The Risala of Ibn Garcia and Five Refutations (University of California Studies in Near Eastern Studies : Vol 13)
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A notable example of Shu'ubi literature is the epistle of the Andalusian poet Ibn Gharsiya (Garcia). According to the Encyclopedia of Arabic Literature, however, this epistle was merely of minor importance, and its few exponents tended to repeat clichés adopted . Notes on the Risala of Ibn Fadlan. P Robert The Shu'ūbiyya in al-Andalus. The Risālah of Ibn García and Five Refutations this book can be considered one of the key documents. James T. Monroe’s The Shu ubiyya in al-Andalus: The Risala of Ibn Garcia and Five Refutations(Berkeley: University of California Press, ) Google Scholar Göran Larsson’s Ibn García’s Shu ‘ ubiyya Letter: Ethnic and Theological Tensions in Medieval al-Andalus . Sami al-Dahhan, Risala Ibn Fadlan fi wasf al-rihla ila bilad al-Turuk wa-al-Khazar wa-al-Rus wa-al-Saqaliba sana / (Damascus: al-Matba‘a al-Hashimiya, ). In the following, I refer to McKeithen’s text, as his scholarly apparatus is more useful to an academic audience. A translation by Frye, who in had translated parts of Ibn Fadlan’s text, in collaboration with Blake.

James t Monroe the Shuubiyya in Alandalus the Risala Fo Ibn Garcia and Five Refutations. English Literature. Baixe agora. Pular para a página. Você está na página 1 de Pesquisar no documento. 1/30/ ArtofEurope­Wikipedia. ArtofEurope. FromWikipedia,thefreeencyclopedia. "The Shucubiyya in Al-Andalus; the Risala of Ibn Garcia and Five Refutations, Introduction, Translation and Notes," (monograph) by James T. Monroe, EDP Study of six literary treatises from Arab Spain (llthth centuries), shedding light on the function of the Shucubiyya movement in the Al Andalus, its social and historical implications. Al-Andalus lasted for almost eight hundred years, from the year 92 AH to the year AH after the Prophet’s hijra to Madina, or in the Gregorian calendar from CE to January 2, CE, that is to say from the conquest of al-Andalus by Tariq ibn Ziyad to the capitulation of Granada, which was soon followed in August CE by the. This is a revisionary study of Muslims living under Christian rule during the Spanish 'reconquest'. It looks beyond the obvious religious distinctions and delves into the subtleties of identity in the thirteenth-century Crown of Aragon, uncovering a social dynamic in which sectarian differences comprise only one of the many factors in the causal complex of political, economic and cultural.