The Mediterranean Seminar Review is Live - Five Book Reviews

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November 29, 2020
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Subject Fields: 
Early Modern History and Period Studies, Islamic History / Studies, Jewish History / Studies, Maritime History / Studies, Medieval and Byzantine History / Studies

The Mediterranean Seminar Review is now live. See our first five reviews on the TMSR page.

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Thanks to our Book Review Editor, Andrew Devereux (History, University of California San Diego), and our Editorial Assistant, Aaron Stamper (History, Princeton University).

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New Reviews

Barker, Hannah. That Most Precious Merchandise: The Mediterranean Trade in Black Sea Slaves, 1260-1500. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2019. Reviewed by: Steven A. Epstein. Date posted: 29 November 2020\

Folin, Marco and Antonio Musarra, eds. Cultures and Practices of Coexistence from the Thirteenth Through the Seventeenth Centuries: Multi-Ethnic Cities in the Mediterranean World, Volume 1. New York: Routledge, 2020. Reviewed by: Brian Catlos. Date posted: 29 November 2020.

Hershenzon, Daniel. The Captive Sea: Slavery, Communication, and Commerce in Early Modern Spain and the Mediterranean. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2018. Reviewed by: James W. Brodman. Date posted: 29 November 2020

Lower, Michael. The Tunis Crusade of 1270: A Mediterranean History. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2018. Reviewed by: Joel Pattison, Date posted: 29 November 2020

Renard, John. Crossing Confessional Boundaries: Exemplary Lives in Jewish, Christian, and Islamic Traditions. Oakland, CA: University of California Press, 2020. Reviewed by: Robert John Clines. Date posted: 29 November 2020

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