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Religious minorities in Christian, Jewish and Muslim Law (5th to 15th centuries)

Le 26 Juin 2017

Axe 3 : DYNAMIQUE DES ALTERITES : REPRESENTATIONS ET GOUVERNEMENT DES GROUPES CULTURELS ET RELIGIEUX

John TOLAN, Professeur d'histoire médiévale au CRHIA (Université de Nantes) et co-responsable de l'IPRA, et Youna HAMEAU-MASSET, docteure en histoire médiévale et membre associée au CRHIA (Université de Nantes), viennent de publier un nouvel ouvrage avec Nora BEREND et Capucine NEMO-PEKELMAN :

Religious minorities in Christian, Jewish and Muslim Law

(5th to 15th centuries)

The fruit of a sustained and close collaboration between historians, linguists and jurists working on the Christian, Muslim and Jewish societies of the Middle Ages, this book explores the theme of religious coexistence (ant the problem it poses) form a resolutely comparative perspective The authors concentrate on a key aspect of this coexistence: the legal status attributed to Jews and Muslims in Christendom and to dhimmis in Islamic lands. What are the similarities and differences, from the point of view of the law, between the indigenous religious minority and the foreigner?  What specific treatments and procedures in the courtroom were reserved for plaintiffs, defendants or witnesses belonging to religious minorities? What role did the law play in the segregation of religious groups? ...Through these questions, and through the innovative comparative method applied to them, this book offers a fresh new synthesis to these questions and a spur to new research.

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Lieu : Turnhout
Partenaire : Editions Brepols, collection RELMIN
Contact : John Tolan : john.tolan@univ-nantes.fr