Christian-Muslim Relations 1500 - 1900 Related publications

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General Editors: David Thomas and John Chesworth
Associate Editors: John Azumah, Clinton Bennett, Lejla Demiri, Martha Frederiks, Stanisław Grodź, Andrew Newman, Douglas Pratt

Christian-Muslim Relations, a Bibliographical History Online is a general history of relations between the two faiths as this is represented in works written by Christians and Muslims about the other and against the other. It covers all parts of the world in the period 1500-1914. Christian-Muslim Relations, a Bibliographical History Online comprises thousands of comprehensive entries on individual works and their authors, together with introductory essays to the periods and areas covered, making it the fullest available source in this field.

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Essays Volume 16 — North America, South-East Asia, China, Japan, and Australasia (1800-1914)

Volume 15 — Thematic Essays (600-1600)

Essays Volume 14 — Central and Eastern Europe (1700-1800)

Essays Volume 13 — Western Europe (1700-1800)

Essays Volume 12 — Asia, Africa and the Americas (1700-1800)

Essays Volume 11 — South and East Asia, Africa and the Americas (1600-1700)

Essays Volume 10 — Ottoman and Safavid Empires (1600-1700)

Essays Volume 9 — Western and Southern Europe (1600-1700)

Essays Volume 8 — Northern and Eastern Europe (1600-1700)

Essays Volume 7 — Central and Eastern Europe, Asia, Africa and South America (1500-1600)

Essays Volume 6 — Western Europe (1500-1600)