Giuliano Mion (Hrsg.)

Mediterranean Contaminations

Middle East, North Africa, and Europe in Contact


The Medi­ter­ra­nean is a sea that has expe­ri­enced extra­or­di­nary contacts, conf­licts, enco­un­ters and exchanges through the centu­ries. This comple­xity is analysed in the present volume through the eyes of twelve scho­lars specia­lised in Middle Eastern and North African studies. Arabic and Semitic lingu­istics and dialec­to­logy, Arab lite­ra­ture and popular music and culture are some of the broad range of subjects included in this volume which engages diffe­rent geogra­phical areas of the so-called Mare Nostrum and various histo­rical periods, from the medieval to the contem­porary era.

Über die Autorin / über den Autor:

Giuliano Mion is Associate Professor of Arabic Language and Literature at the G. D'Annunzio University of Chieti-Pescara. His research focuses mainly on Arabic linguistics and dialectology, speaker recognition, Arab popular culture.

Mit Beiträgen von Philippe Cassuto, Luca d'Anna, Daniela Rodica Firanescu, Giuliano Mion, Gabriel M. Rosenbaum, Lucia Avallone, Bohdan Horvat, Paolo La Spisa, Emanuela de Blasio, Najla Kalach, Jihène Jerbi Mansour, Ahmed-Salem Ould Mohamed Baba

Preis: CHF 45.60
Sprache: Englisch, Französisch, Italienisch
Art: Broschiertes Buch
Erschienen: 2018
Verlag: Klaus Schwarz Verlag
ISBN: 978-3-87997-468-9
Masse: 290 S.