A Brief History of Islam in Europe
Titel
A Brief History of Islam in Europe
Subtitel
Thirteen Centuries of Creed, Conflict and Coexistence
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€ 40,50
ISBN
9789087281953
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Paperback
Aantal pagina's
354
Taal
Engels
Publicatiedatum
Afmetingen
15.6 x 23.4 cm
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Geschiedenis
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Contents
Foreword
Introduction
1. The Link to Today
2. ‘Islam’ and ‘Europe’
3. Europe’s Interaction with Islam
Chapter One. Uncivilized Europe (700–1000 ce)
Chapter Two. Crusading Europe (1000–1500 ce)
Chapter Three. Divided Europe (1500–1700 ce)
Chapter Four. Powerful Europe (1700–1950 ce)
Chapter Five. Struggling Europe (1950–)
Epilogue: Islamization of Europe or Europanization of Islam?
Notes
Bibliography
Index

Maurits Berger

A Brief History of Islam in Europe

Thirteen Centuries of Creed, Conflict and Coexistence

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A Brief History of Islam in Europe presents an overall presentation and discussion of developments ever since Islam appeared on the European stage thirteen centuries ago. The events and stories presented increase the understanding of present debates on, and notions of, Islam and Muslims in Europe. The leading questions in discussing the role of the Islam in Europe are: how and in what ways did Europeans and Muslims interact, and what is the role of religion therein? And for those Europeans who had never met a Muslim: what was their image of Islam, and how did they study the Muslim? This book shows that in the course of thirteen centuries the Muslim as well as Islam have undergone many metamorphoses. The Muslim has entered the European stage as a conqueror, antichrist, scholar, benign ruler, corsair, tradesman and fellow citizen. The image of Islam has meandered accordingly, as a religion that was feared as an enemy or embraced as a partner against heretical Christians, despised as an abomination or admired as a civilization, and studied for missionary, academic, colonial or security purpose.
Auteur

Maurits Berger

Maurits S. Berger is Professor of Islam and the West at Leiden University. He is also a Senior Research Associate at the Clingendael Institute for International Relations in The Hague, and a member of the Advisory Council for International Affairs at the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs. He often engages in European public debates and policies regarding the Muslim world and Muslims in the West.