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Relations between East and West : various studies : medieval and contemporary ages / Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche, Academy of Scientific Research & Technology ; editors in chief Prof. Ali Ahmed El-Sayed, Dr. Luciano Gallinari, Dr. Abdallah Abdel-Ati Al-Naggar
HerausgeberEl-Sayed, Ali Ahmed ; Gallinari, Luciano ; Al-Naggar, Abdallah Abdel-Ati
KörperschaftInternational Conference Peacebuilding between East and West XI-XVI c. ; Consiglio nazionale delle ricerche
ErschienenCairo : Dar al-Kitab al-Gamey, 2017
1st edition
Umfang1 Online-Ressource (394 Seiten, 5 MB)
Beiträge teilweise italienisch, teilweise arabisch in arabischer Schrift
SpracheItalienisch ; Arabisch
SchlagwörterItalien / Außenpolitik
Relations between East and West [5 mb]
This volume contains the results of some studies presented by Egyptian and Italian scholars at the International Conference “Peacebuilding between East and West XI-XVI c.” organized in Cairo on October 27 2016 by the Egyptian Unity of research as part of the academic activities of the Bilateral Project “History of Peace-building: peaceful relations between East and West (11th - 15th century)” carried out jointly by the Institute of the Mediterranean EuropeHistory of the CNR (Italy) and the University of Damanhour. The project is totally funded by the Academy of Scientific Research and Technology (ASRT)(1) of the Arab Republic of Egypt and the Italian National Research Council (CNR)(2).The purpose of the Bilateral Project - and even of the aforementioned International Conference- is to carry out research in order to examine through the study of different types of documentary and narrative sources; the nature quantity and quality of peaceful relations between Christians and Muslims in a geographical area extending from the Iberian Peninsula to the Levantin a chronological interval between the eleventh and the fifteenth centuries. Needless to say that since it is an Italian-Egyptian project the researchers will devote particular attention in their studies to the relations between these two geographical areas.In this book we can find the first contributions of some scholars of the two Research Units on the important theme of the complex relationships between the Christian world and the Islamic one which characterized almost all the Middle Ages and much of the Modern Age in the area gravitating around the Mediterranean Sea.The researchers’ aim is to focus their studies on episodes geographical areas persons and moments which represent incidents and cases of peaceful coexistence and connection with fruitful exchanges of various kinds of knowledge even in a general context characterized by military religious and ideological-cultural conflict.
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