Why Islamic Medieval Institutions became so different from Western Medieval Institutions?

 

PIMIC seminar

Eduardo Manzano Moreno, Profesor de Investigación, CCHS-CSIC

Why Islamic Medieval Institutions became so different from Western Medieval Institutions?

Seminar Room Manuel de Terán 3F

CCHS-CSIC

C/Albasanz 26 – 28

28037 Madrid (Spain)

More information: pimic@cchs.csic.es

John Hudson meets the Queen at the special reception to mark the 800th anniversary of the Magna Carta

British Ceremonial Arts Limited

 

 

John Hudson, Professor of Legal History at the University of St. Andrews, was one of three mediaeval historians to attend the event at Buckingham Palace in the presence of the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh, and the Princess Royal.

 

Sherry & the Mystery of Palo Cortado. 65th Edition Berlinale Film Fest

Sherry and The Mystery of Palo Cortado

 

 

 

Lopez- Li Films New Documentary in Berlin:

Sherry & the Mystery of Palo Cortado

65th Edition Berlinale Film Fest. Kulinarisches Film Section.

 

Art Meets the Camera: Shooting in Altamira

Rodaje en Altamira

Altamira on the news again. 135 years after the discovery of the famous bison by Marcelino Sanz de Sautuola and his daughter María,- amid  a heated debate (scientific and political) on whether or not to reopen the public access to the cave-, two cameras have entered it as part of an ambitious documentary film that aims to recreate the fabulous story of its discovery as well as to investigate the role of artistic creation since prehistoric times.

La estirpe de Leonor de Aquitania. Mujeres y poder en los siglos XII y XIII

La estirpe de Leonor de Aquitania. Mujeres y poder en los siglos XII y XIII

 

Contrary to what is commonly thought, women played an important role in medieval societies. Sometimes they were protagonist of the most relevant political events of a period characterized not only by  violence but also by personal and spiritual bonds. More often, they were at the center of complex social networks.  La Estirpe de Leonor is a rigorous and exciting inquiry into how these women that seemed confined to domestic spaces transited through a world dominated by a feudal relationships.

Ana Rodríguez (IH, CCHS-CSIC). La estirpe de Leonor de Aquitania. Mujeres y poder en los siglos XII y XIII. Colección Tiempo de Historia. Editorial Crítica. 2014. Barcelona

Diverging Paths? The Shape of Power and Institutions in Medieval Christendom and Islam

Artaiz, canecillo

 

Edited by John Hudson, University of St. Andrews and Ana Rodríguez, CCHS-CSIC

Diverging Paths? investigates an important question, to which the answers must be very complex: “why did certain sorts of institutionalisation and institutional continuity characterise government and society in Christendom by the later Middle Ages, but not the Islamic world, whereas the reverse end-point might have been predicted from the early medieval situation?”

Diverging Paths? The Shapes of Power and Institutions in Medieval Christendom and Islam. Edited by John Hudson and Ana Rodríguez. Leiden-Boston: Brill Publishers, 2014. Main Series: The Medieval Mediterranean, Vol. 101
ISBN: 978-90-04-27736-6
ISSN: 0928-5520

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