[Parution] Corisandre Fenwick, Early Islamic North Africa. A New Perspective, Bloomsbury, 2021

This volume proposes a new approach to the Arab conquests and the spread of Islam in North Africa. In recent years, those studying the Islamic world have shown that the coming of Islam was not marked by devastation or decline, but rather by considerable cultural and economic continuity. In North Africa, with continuity came significant change. Corisande Fenwick argues that the establishment of Muslim rule also coincided with a phase of intense urbanization, the appearance of new architectural forms (mosques, housing, hammams), the spread of Muslim social and cultural practices, the introduction of new crops and manufacturing techniques and the establishment of new trading links with sub-Saharan Africa, Europe and the Middle East.

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Laurent Gallet (5 juillet 2021). [Parution] Corisandre Fenwick, Early Islamic North Africa. A New Perspective, Bloomsbury, 2021. Les moissons d'hypothèses. Consulté le 20 juillet 2024 à l’adresse https://doi.org/10.58079/rl0i


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