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Enemies in the Plaza traces the changing attitudes toward religious minorities as manifested in public spectacles ranging from knightly tournaments, to religious processions, to popular festivals. Drawing on contemporary chronicles and municipal records as well as literary and architectural evidence, Devaney explores how public pageantry originally served to dissipate the anxieties fostered by the give-and-take of frontier culture and how this tradition of pageantry ultimately contributed to the rejection of these compromises. Through vivid depictions of frontier personalities, cities, and performances, Enemies in the Plaza provides an account of how public spectacle served to negotiate and articulate the boundaries between communities as well as to help Castilian nobles transform the frontier's religious ambivalence into holy war.
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- Verlag: University of Pennsylvania Press, Inc.
- Seitenzahl: 256
- Erscheinungstermin: 03.04.2015
- ISBN-13: 9780812291346
- Artikelnr.: 57003350
and Onlookers Chapter 2. The Meanings of Civic Space PART II Chapter 3. Knights
and Muslims: Miguel Lucas de Iranzo and the People of Jaén Chapter 4. A "Chance Act": Córdoba in 1473 Chapter 5. Murcia and the Body of Christ Triumphant Conclusion Notes Glossary of Spanish Terms Bibliography Index Acknowledgments