📘 ❞ Intercultural Relations between East And West 11th-21th C ❝ كتاب اصدار 2020

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█ _ مجموعة من المؤلفين 2020 حصريا كتاب ❞ Intercultural Relations between East And West 11th 21th C ❝ عن جامعة سجد 2024 C: This conference proceeding is the published record of two conferences1 hosted by Supreme Council Culture (26th November 2019) and Egyptian Association Historical Studies (27th The events were organized within our international project entitled Influence West: to 20th Centuries, funded Academy Scientific Rese arch & Technology Arab Republic Egypt Italian National In conferences, internationally recognized distinguished researchers (from Germany, Italy, Hungary Egypt)2 have participated Project summary: influences witnessed during Medieval, Modern Contemporary times centuries till 21st apex relations through Crusades, commercial relations, political treaties as well in cultural sphere Such resulted mutual that manifested almost all aspects daily life Through narrative documentary sources – Western Muslim we propose analyse nature, quantity quality peaceful Westerners Muslims, Mediterranean centuries, since contact with Muslims often posed problems communication understanding, especially for diversity religious codes Problems exacerbated possibility suspicions accusations maurofilia Christians too close Secondly, lack systematic data created image a seemingly difficult integration increased some doubts about acculturation living lands or voluntarily them Nevertheless, many more than think lived Islamic chosen ambassadors Christian authorities, foster greater involvement predisposition demands show clearly familiarity this kind authorities Following results research congressional seminar activities first years, it was decided: 1) extend examined chronological span Age, allowing scholars expand their investigations over longue durée period 2) new lines be joined those already started 2016 2017, which will lead further deepening theme world one Italy thanks strong dynastic, political, economic lato sensu ties united Mediterranean’s northern southern shores, special attention, course, We continue attempts methods co existence at different levels It merchant environment present from century numerous funduqs Mediterranean, most suitable contacts Europeans Jewish cultures Numerous European testify merchants versed reality they lived, not only information could spread West, but also concerning traditions culture places residence Trade lasted until past fifteenth point out watermark differences "States" several countries communities internally housed great changes occurred these both on side analysis institutional “States” counterparts, particular attention devoted emperor Frederick II Hohenstaufen’s personality (1194 1250), his relationships and, especially, contemporaries Ayyubid sultans own interpretation crusade concept widening taken into account insertion Units allow devote themselves line Ottoman Empire 16th 19th including diplomatic, Italo influence various material immaterial regard, given impact community Alexandria formation city"s heritage Equal interest dedicated widespread presence cities museums collections antiquities reminds us "discovery" nineteenth twentieth attests Courts ancient states: court Savoy, Medici’s Florence, then De Lorraine one, Roman court, Habsburg Milan early Unitarian State consolidated adopting nationalisation policies antique artistic context creation nation"s It interesting ISEM CNR deepen moments imaginary: acquisition phase individual finds modern age subsequently, musealisation inclusion national museum network specifically Finally, second aim project, no less important research, aspire reflection exchanges academic environments outside them, dissemination schools civil society purposes: relativise deny stereotypes still prevalent Muslim relations; identify historical coexistence examples good practice think, light tends growing conflict relationship concealing positive acceptance تاريخ الحضارات القديم حوض البحر المتوسط وفي دول اسيا مجاناً PDF اونلاين كان الأبيض هو الطريق الرئيسي السريع للنقل والتجارة والتبادل الثقافي بين شعوب متنوعة تشمل ثلاث قارات: غرب آسيا وشمال أفريقيا وجنوب أوروبا إن الثقافات وشعوب مهم لفهم أصل وتطور حضارات بلاد ما النهرين ومصر القديمة والكنعانيون والفينيقية والعبرانية والقرطاجية واليوناني والأخمينية والتراقيون والإتروسكانية والإيبيرية والروماني والبيزنطي والبلغارية والعربية والعثماني والمسيحي والإسلامي

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Intercultural Relations between East And West 11th-21th C
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Intercultural Relations between East And West 11th-21th C

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Intercultural Relations between East And West 11th-21th C
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Intercultural Relations between East And West 11th-21th C

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عن كتاب Intercultural Relations between East And West 11th-21th C:
This conference proceeding is the published record of the two conferences1
hosted by the Supreme Council of Culture (26th November 2019) and the Egyptian Association of Historical Studies (27th November 2019). The two events were organized within our international project entitled Intercultural Influence between East and West: 11th to 20th Centuries, funded by the Academy of Scientific Rese-
arch & Technology of the Arab Republic of Egypt and the Italian National Rese-
arch Council. In our conferences, internationally recognized and distinguished researchers (from Germany, Italy, Hungary and Egypt)2 have participated. Project summary: Intercultural influences were witnessed between East and West during Medieval, Modern and Contemporary times. The centuries between the 11th till the 21st were the apex of relations between the East and West through the Crusades, commercial relations, and political treaties as well as in the cultural sphere. Such relations resulted in mutual cultural influences that were manifested in almost all aspects of the daily life. Through narrative and documentary sources – Western and Muslim – we propose to analyse the nature, quantity and quality of peaceful relations between Westerners and Muslims, in the Mediterranean between 11th and 21st centuries, since the contact with the Muslims often posed problems of communication and understanding, especially for the diversity of cultural and religious codes. Problems exacerbated by the possibility of suspicions and accusations of maurofilia for Christians too close to Muslims. Secondly, the lack of systematic data created the image of a seemingly difficult integration and increased some doubts about the acculturation of Westerners living in Muslim lands or voluntarily in contact with them. Nevertheless, many more Christians than we think lived in Islamic lands and were chosen as ambassadors to Christian authorities, to foster greater involvement and predisposition of the Westerners to the Muslim demands and to show clearly the familiarity of this kind of Christian with the Muslim authorities. Following the results of the research and the congressional and seminar activities of the first two years, it was decided: 1) to extend the examined chronological span to the Contemporary Age, allowing the scholars to expand their investigations over a longue durée period and 2) to propose new lines of research to be joined to those already started in 2016/2017, which will lead to a further deepening of the theme of peaceful relations between the Muslim world and the Western one – especially between Egypt and Italy – thanks to the strong dynastic, political, economic and cultural lato sensu ties that united the Mediterranean’s northern and southern shores, with a special attention, of course, for Egypt. We continue to analyse the attempts and methods of peaceful co-existence at different levels. It will be examined the Christian merchant environment present already from the 11th century in numerous funduqs of the Islamic Mediterranean, one of the most suitable for the contacts of Europeans with the Muslim and Jewish cultures. Numerous European sources testify that Christian merchants were well versed in the reality in which they lived, not only for commercial or political information they could spread in the West, but also for those concerning traditions and culture of the places of residence. Trade relations – but not only – which lasted centuries until well past the fifteenth century and that point out watermark differences in relations between the Christian and Muslims "States" – in several Islamic countries but also in the communities of Muslims internally housed – and the great political changes occurred in these centuries both on the European and the Islamic side of the Mediterranean. In the analysis of the institutional relations between the European “States” and their Muslim counterparts, a particular attention will be devoted to the different relations with Egypt and to the emperor Frederick II of Hohenstaufen’s personality (1194-1250), his relationships with the Muslim world and, especially, with the contemporaries Ayyubid sultans and his own interpretation of the crusade concept. The widening of the chronological span taken into account and the insertion of new researchers in the two Units will allow scholars to devote themselves to the research line on peaceful relations between the Ottoman Empire and Italy from the 16th to the 19th centuries, including the analysis of diplomatic, commercial relations and the mutual Italo-Egyptian influence in various aspects of material and immaterial culture. In this regard, special attention will be given to the impact of the Italian community in Alexandria on the formation of the city"s cultural heritage during the 19th and the 20th century. Equal interest will be dedicated to the widespread presence in the Italian cities of Egyptian museums and collections of antiquities that reminds us of the interest and "discovery" of Egypt in Italy in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, but also it attests to the interest of the Courts of some ancient Italian states: from the court of Savoy, to the Medici’s Florence, then De Lorraine one, to the Roman court, to the Habsburg Milan in the early nineteenth century. The Unitarian State consolidated this interest by adopting nationalisation policies for antique and artistic collections in the context of the creation of a nation"s cultural heritage.
It is interesting for ISEM-CNR to deepen these two moments of the presence of Egyptian antiquities in Italian culture and imaginary: the acquisition phase of individual finds in the modern age and, subsequently, the phase of musealisation and inclusion of this heritage in the national culture with the creation of a museum network specifically dedicated to Egyptian collections. Finally, a second aim of the project, no less important than the first devoted to the research, aspire to the reflection on the theme of peaceful exchanges between Westerners and Muslims, not only in academic environments but also outside them, through dissemination activities at schools and civil society with two purposes: to relativise and deny many stereotypes still prevalent on Westerners-
Muslim relations; identify the historical moments of peaceful coexistence as examples of good practice to think, in light of the reality that tends to propose a growing conflict in the relationship between Westerners and Muslims, concealing almost the positive examples of coexistence and acceptance.
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