Europe and the Islamic world : a history / John Tolan, Gilles Veinstein, and Henry Laurens; translated by Jane Marie Todd With a Foreword by John L. Esposito.

Tolan, John Victor, 1959-
Princeton, New Jersey ; Woodstock, Oxfordshire : Princeton University Press, 2013.
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Europe -- Relations -- Middle East.
Middle East -- Relations -- Europe.
Europe -- Relations -- Islamic countries.
Islamic countries -- Relations -- Europe.
Europe -- Civilization -- Islamic influences.
Islamic civilization -- Western influences.
Veinstein, Gilles.
Laurens, Henry, 1954-.
Todd, Jane Marie, 1957-.
Islamic Studies.
Middle Eastern 1 : -- General & Multiperiod.
European 1 : -- General & Multiperiod.
Saracens and Ifranj: Rivalries, Emulation, and Convergences
The Great Turk and Europe
Europe and the Muslim World in the Contemporary Period.
The Geographers' World: From Arabia Felix to the Balad al-Ifranj (Land of the Franks)
Conquest and Its Justifications: Jihad, Crusade, Reconquista
The Social Inferiority of Religious Minorities: Dhimmis and Mudejars
In Search of Egyptian Gold: Traders in the Mediterranean
On the Shoulders of Giants: Transmission and Exchange of Knowledge
The Ottoman Conquest in Europe
Ottoman Europe: An Ancient Fracture
Antagonistic Figures
The Islamic-Christian Border in Europe
Breaches in the Conflict
The Eighteenth Century as Turning Point
Civilization or Conquest?
The Age of Reform
The Age of Empire
The First Blows to European Domination
The Great War and the Beginning of Emancipation
Contemporary Issues.
Published by Princeton University Press.
Henry Laurens's name appears first on the original French edition.
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