© Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, 2005 Medieval Encounters 11,1-2 Also available online – www.brill.nl * An earlier version of this paper was delivered at a conference at Saint Louis University, Madrid Campus: Los Conversos y la Historia de España de 1248 a 1700 , 21-22 Mayo, 2004. I would like to thank the organizers of and participants in that conference. I also record my gratitude to Nancy Farriss, Edward Peters, Antonio Feros, Paul Freedman, and Jonathan Steinberg, for reading and commenting on an earlier draft. BETWEEN TOLERANCE AND INTOLERANCE IN MEDIEVAL SPAIN: AN HISTORIOGRAPHIC ENIGMA* ALEX NOVIKOFF University of Pennsylvania ABSTRACT The nature of what has been termed “tolerance” and “intolerance” in the histori- ography of medieval Iberia has, while rarely de ﬁ ned, continued to provide much- employed organizing categories for the ﬁ eld. This paper reviews one focus of that historiography from the nineteenth into the twenty- ﬁ rst century: the relations among Muslims, Jews, and Christians, with respect to tolerance/intolerance and related categories (notably, convivencia ). It analyzes, among other factors, the impact on this historiography of the intellectual, cultural, and political movements which have a ﬀ ected historians of medieval Iberia. It makes a
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