By Jutta Sperling,Shona Kelly Wray
Examining women's estate rights in numerous societies around the whole medieval and early smooth Mediterranean, this quantity introduces a distinct comparative point of view to the complexities of gender kin in Muslim, Jewish, and Christian groups. via person case reviews in response to city and rural, elite and non-elite, spiritual and secular groups, Across the spiritual Divide provides the one nuanced historical past of the area that includes peripheral components comparable to Portugal, the Aegean Islands, Dalmatia, and Albania into the valuable narrative.
By bridging the present-day notional and cultural divide among Muslim and Judeo-Christian worlds with geographical and thematic coherence, this choice of essays by way of most sensible overseas students specializes in girls in courts of legislation and assets reminiscent of notarial files, testaments, criminal commentaries, and administrative files to supply the main complex examine and remove darkness from genuine connections throughout limitations of gender, faith, and culture.
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Across the Religious Divide: Women, Property, and Law in the Wider Mediterranean (ca. 1300-1800) (Routledge Research in Gender and History) by Jutta Sperling,Shona Kelly Wray