Revisiting Convivencia in Medieval and Early Modern Iberia by Connie L. Scarborough.
Convivencia, literally translated as "cohabitation" or "living together," is often invoked in discussions of the centuries in the Iberian Peninsula when Christians, Muslims, and Jews lived in close proximity to one another. The term convivencia has been applied, both inside and outside academic circles, to imply a "golden age" of multi-religious, amicable harmony. - Scarborough, from the introduction.
Eighteen prominent Hispanists explore "convivencia" in this collection of articles edited by Connie L. Scarborough. The articles are divided into three categories: Historical Considerations, Literary Manifestations, and the Question of Language(s). This book is number 11 in the series: Estudios de literatura medieval "John E. Keller."
Series: Estudios de literatura medieval "John E. Keller," #11
ISBN 978-1-58871-242-4 (HB), $55