Below are books and articles associated with the topics to write on. Write about the author, talk about the context it was written and what the source is addressing which is the main issue the source or author is addressing. This shouldn’t be summary but rather an analysis. Expulsion David Nirenberg, “Was there race before modernity? The example of ‘Jewish’ blood in late medieval Spain,” in The Origins of Racism in the West, ed. Miriam Eliav-Feldon, Benjamin Isaac, Joseph Ziegler 232-264. Jews and Conversos in Iberia and the Mediterranean Jonathan Ray, “New Approaches to the Jewish Diaspora: The Sephardim as a Sub-Ethnic Group,” Jewish Social Studies , New Series 15/1 (Fall, 2008): 10-31. “El judío renegado: Luis de la Ysla,” in Vidas Infames.Herejes y criptojudíos ante la Inquisición, eds. Richard L. Kagan and Abigal Dyer, trans. Ricardo García Herrero (San Sebastián: Editorial Nerea, 2010): 35-48. “Damascene Jewry in 1522,” in Jews of Arab Lands, ed. Norman Stillman (Philadelphia, Jewish Publication Society of America, 1979): 289 Forced Conversion L.P. Harvey, “The Political, Social, and Cultural History of the Moriscos,” in The Legacy of Muslim Spain, ed. Salma Khadra Jayyusi (Leiden: Brill, 1992): 201-234. Captivity and Slavery Youval Rotman, “Forms of Slavery,” A Companion to Mediterranean History, ed. Peregrine Horden and Sharon Kinoshita (New Jersey, John Wiley and Sons, 2014):263-268. “’[P]ara que me saque cabesa por cabesa…’: Exchanging Muslim and Christian Slaves across the Mediterranean,”African Economic History,42 (2014):11-3 Letters of Radwan al-Janawy on Muslim Captives;” “Letters from Tunis by Osman/Tomas d’Arcos, A Convert to Islam” “Letter About Muslim Captives Converted to Christianity,” in Europe Through Arab Eyes,Nabil Matar(ed.)(New York: Columbia University Press,2008) Beyond the Mediterranean: Conquest Laura Lewis, “Between ‘Casta’ and ‘Raza’ The Example of Colonial Mexico,” in Race and Blood in the Iberian World , ed. Max S. Hering Torres et al. (Zurich: Lit Verlag GmbH & Co., 2012): 99-123. Andrew B. Fischer and Matthew D. O’Hara, “Introduction: Racial Identities and Their Interpreters in Colonial Latin America,”in Imperial Subjects. Race and Identity in Colonial Latin America, eds. Andrew B. Fischer and Matthew D. O’Hara (Durham and London: Duke University Press, 2009): 1-23 Felipe Guamán Poma de Ayala, The First New Chronicle and Good Government, Abridged, trans. David Frye (Indianapolis: Hackett Publishing Company, Inc., 2006) (selections) Africans in the Mediterranean Kate Lowe, “The Stereotyping of Black Africans in Renaissance Europe,” in Black Africans in Renaissance Europe, ed. T.F. Earle and K.J.P. Lowe (Cambridge, UK; New York: Cambridge University Press, 2005): 17-47 Baki Tezcan, “Dispelling the Darkness: The Politics of ‘Race’ in the Early Seventeenth-Century Ottoman Empire in the Light of the Life and Work of Mullah Ali,” Identity and Identity Formation in the Ottoman World: A Volume of Essays in Honor of Norman Itzkowitz, edited by Baki Tezcan and Karl K. Barbir (Madison: University of Wisconsin, Center for Turkish Studies, 2007): 73-95. John Barbot, “Prepossessed of the Opinion… That Europeans are Fond of their Flesh (1682),” in Excerpts from Slave Narratives , ed. Steven Mintz. Available online: http://www.vgskole.net/prosjekt/slavrute/1.htm
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