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Islam and the Arabs in Spanish Scholarship (16th Century to the Present)

Second Edition

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$19.95 • £17.95 • €18.95

ISBN 9780674251694

Publication Date: 10/19/2021

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328 pages

6 x 9 inches

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  • Preface to the Second Edition [James Monroe, 2020]
  • Preface to the First Edition [James T. Monroe, 1968]
  • Foreword: Fifty Years of Spanish Arabism [Michelle M. Hamilton and David A. Wacks]
  • Abbreviations
  • Introduction: Sixteenth century. The origin of modern Arabic studies in Spain: the Colegios trilingües.
  • I. The Study of Grammar and Lexicography
    • 1. Peculiar state of Arabic studies in the seventeenth century. Eighteenth-century Arabism: Bernardino González, Miguel Casiri, José de la Torre. Polemic on Arabic culture among the Jesuits exiled in Italy: Juan Andrés, Esteban de Arteaga, Javier Llampillas
  • II. The Study of Political History
    • 2. Early nineteenth-century Arabism. Afrancesados and Liberals; the Arabism of the Romantic Age: José Antonio Conde, Pascual de Gayangos
    • 3. Arabism in the second half of the nineteenth century. Krausists and anti-Krausists. Francisco Javier Simonet
    • 4. Krausists and anti-Krausists (cont.): Eduardo Saavedra, Francisco Fernández y González, Emilio Lafuente Alcántara, Leopoldo Eguilaz y Yanguas, José Moreno Nieto
    • 5. The precursor of contemporary Spanish Arabic studies: Francisco Codera y Zaidín
  • III. The Study of Cultural History
    • 6. The Arabism of the Generation of 1898. Julián Ribera y Tarragó, broadening of the horizon of Arabic studies in Spain
    • 7. The Arabism of the Generation of 1898 (cont.). Philosophy: Miguel Asín Palacios
    • 8. The school of Asín: his disciples, Emilio García Gómez and Ángel González Palencia
    • 9. Twentieth-century Arabic studies in Spain grouped around García Gómez. Maximiliano Alarcón, Jaime Oliver Asín, José Sánchez Pérez, Leopoldo Torres Balbás, Manuel Ocaña Jiménez, Manuel Alonso Alonso, Darío Cabanelas Rodríguez, Miguel Cruz Hernández, Elías Terés Sádaba, José López Ortiz, Melchor Antuña, Felix M. Pareja, Isidro de las Cagigas, José M. Millás Vallicrosa, Juan Vernet Ginés, Ambrosio Huici Miranda
    • 10. Attitudes of twentieth-century Spanish intellectuals towards the Arabs in Spain: Miguel de Unamuno, Ángel Ganivet, José Ortega y Gasset, Ramón Menéndez Pidal, Claudio Sánchez Albornoz, Américo Castro
  • Conclusion
  • Bibliography
  • Index of Authors’ Names

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