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La Convivencia: Christian, Islamic and Jewish Cultures in Medieval Iberia: Internet Resources
Muslims, Christians, and Jews co-existed for over seven centuries in the geographic area known as Al-Andalus or Moorish Spain resulting in the interplay of cultural ideas between the 3 religious groups.
This site brings online several interrelated databases that will provide students in this field with essential tools for their researches: a) an exhaustive, critical bibliography of Pan-Hispanic Balladry, b) a large corpus of texts representative of
all ballads documented worldwide since the 15th century, c) cartographic display of the primary and secondary data, and d) digitized reproductions of original oral performances and their musical notation.