Toward a Medieval Corpus: Theoretical and Methodological issues

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In post-colonial, when most of nationalist historiographies began a bickering process of “sharing” the spoils / as it were, of the colonial historiography, subaltern historiographies found themselves excluded or silenced. This applies to one of the most politically and theologically charged and over-studied area, namely “Palestine” in for instance Arab-Islamic and Jewish (zionist) historiographies.
This paper will present and discuss as a case-model of the subaltern historiography, the Karaite’s historicising theology of “Jerusalem” and “Zion”, which has been nationalised as politically Jewish in Zionist theology.
Original languageEnglish
Publication date11 Apr 2016
Publication statusIn preparation - 11 Apr 2016
EventInternational Conference/workshop at the University of Copenhagen, - UNIIVERSITY OF COPENHAGEN, COPENHAGEN, Denmark
Duration: 11 Apr 201613 Apr 2016


ConferenceInternational Conference/workshop at the University of Copenhagen,

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