Ethnographic attitudes in the crusader states: the Franks and the indigenous Orthodox people.

Jotischky, A. T. (2003) Ethnographic attitudes in the crusader states: the Franks and the indigenous Orthodox people. In: East and West in the Crusader States: Context, Contacts, Confrontations III. Orientalia Lovaniensia Analecta 125. Peeters, Louvain. ISBN 90-429-1287-1

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This essay proposes a new paradigm for examining Frankish attitudes to and treatment of the indigenous peoples of the Crusader States. Offering a critique of the existing model of 'segregation vs. assimilation', it contributes to the debate through establishing a taxonomy of 'otherness' based on three 12th-13th century western sources deriving from the Crusader States. RAE_import_type : Chapter in book RAE_uoa_type : History
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03 Mar 2008 11:30
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