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In the context of al-Andalus, intersexuality is a topic that has received limited exploration, despite its significance. Within this landscape, a narration discovered in al-Bakrī’s geographical treatise, which details a forced change of gender, prompts us to question the role of undetermined...
This article investigates the long history of language training and missionary preaching in the Order of Preachers (Dominicans) from the early training of Domingo de Caleruega, the Order’s founder, to the short-lived “language schools” in the mid-thirteenth century. It demonstrates that...
This essay deals with early Mālikī doctrine in Umayyad al-Andalus regarding the Christians. It focuses in particular on “mixed family” issues, that is, those arising from the marriage between a Muslim man and a Christian woman and their children, by analysing masāʾil (sing. masʾala, dialogues...
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