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Sites of Encounter in the Medieval World

Drawing on new historical scholarship about the Mediterranean world, maritime technology transfers, travel narratives and multicultural trade cities, students consider:  How did sites of encounter change the medieval world?

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Sites of Encounter in the Medieval World has been funded, in part, through the generous support of the Social Science Research Council and the British Council. 


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