Europe and Islam
July 2001, ©2001, Wiley-Blackwell
1. A Prophet and Three Continents.
2. Between Two Millennia.
3. Europe's Response - The 'Reconquista' and Naval Exploits.
4. The Role of the Holy City.
5. Conflict and Encounters in the Twelfth and Thirteenth Centuries.
6. The Treasure of the Pharaoh.
7. The Lords of Fear.
8. 'Inimicus Crucis, Inimicus Europae'.
9. Renaissance Europe and the Turks.
10. Sultans, Pirates and Renegades.
11. The Age of Iron and the Enlightenment.
12. From the 'Sickness' of the Ottoman Empire to the Third Wave of Islam.
- Historical coverage of a topical which remains central to European politics and society today.
- Ranges across 1500 years of European history.
- Discusses the present situation and looks to the future.
"Europe and Islam is one of the titles in Blackwell's
fine series the Making of Europe ... this is one of the rare
treatments covering the expanse of 1,400 years of Islamic history
in a single volume ... a worthy introduction to the topic of
contacts between the Western world and Muslims." History:
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"Europe and Islam is an interesting, readable text. It is perfect for university seminars in that it provides an overview of the history of the Christian-Muslim encounters and is sure to generate discussion and debate. And specialists will want to have a copy on their bookshelves as a reference..." Islam and Christian-Muslim relations