A Memorandum for the President of the Royal Audiencia and Chancery Court of the City and Kingdom of (BOK)
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Conquered in 1492 and colonized by invading Castilians, the city and kingdom of Granada faced radical changes imposed by its occupiers throughout the first half of the sixteenth century - including the forced conversion of its native Muslim population. Written by Francisco Nunez Muley, one of Granada's New Christians, this extraordinary letter lodges a clear-sighted, impassioned protest against the unreasonable and strongly assimilationist laws that required all Granadans to dress, speak, eat, marry, celebrate festivals, and bury their dead exactly as the Castilian settler population did. Rendered into faithful English prose by Vincent Barletta, Nunez Muley's account is an invaluable example of how Granada's former Muslims made active use of the written word to challenge and openly resist the progressively intolerant policies of the Spanish Crown. Timely and resonant - given current debates concerning Islam, minorities, and cultural and linguistic assimilation - this edition provides scholars in a range of fields with a vivid and early example of resistance in the face of oppression.
|Utgitt||2013||Forfatter||Francisco Nunez Muley|
University of Chicago Press
|Antall sider||128||Dimensjoner||14cm x 21,6cm x 1,5cm|
|Vekt||181 gram||Leverandør||Bertram Trading Ltd|
|Andre medvirkende||Vincent Barletta||Emner og form||European history, Early modern history: c 1450/1500 to c 1700, Political oppression & persecution, Islamic studies|