La predicación aljamiada: en torno a la religiosidad mudéjar y morisca

Abstract : In the research on Aljamiado, preaching has seldom been investigated. Yet liturgical and exhortatory preaching was one of the major processes of instructing and leading the flock, transmitting religious knowledge, values, references, and, thus, shaping communal identity. After a review of the studies on preaching in Aljamiado, a list of manuscripts of sermons will enable us to trace their categorization in relation to the Islamic genres in Arabic. The Mudejars and the Moriscos maintained the main genres of preaching, although some adaptations can also be noticed. This study con- cludes with some possible clues to the evolution of preaching among the Hispanic Muslim minorities. Preaching thus reveals itself to be of interest for the study of those communities and their religious and socio-cultural practices.
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Olivier Brisville-Fertin. La predicación aljamiada: en torno a la religiosidad mudéjar y morisca. Linda G. Jones; Adrienne Dupont-Hamy. Jewish, Christian, and Muslim Preaching in the Medieval Mediterranean and Europe, Brepols, 2019, SERMON. ⟨hal-01801523⟩



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