Journal of Medieval Iberian Studies articles

Volume 5 (1)

Rethinking Cluny in Spain
vol. 5 (1): 1-17
By hand and by voice: performance of royal charters in eleventh- and twelfth-century León
vol. 5 (1): 18-32
The distribution of tenancies in León, c. 1200–1250: charter evidence for a history of power
vol. 5 (1): 33-46
The bone of the contention: Cistercians, bishops and papal exemption. The case of the archdiocese of Santiago de Compostela (1150–1250)
vol. 5 (1): 47-68
Before the empire: Portugal and the Atlantic trade in the late Middle Ages
vol. 5 (1): 69-85
“The evangelical prophecies over Jerusalem have been fulfilled”: Joachim of Fiore, the Jews, Fray Diego de Landa and the Maya
vol. 5 (1): 86-103

Volume 4 (2)

Editorial Board
vol. 4 (2): 0-0
What's in a name or signature? The anthroponymy, autography, and communal identification of Christian communities in early Castilian Toledo and Norman Sicily
vol. 4 (2): 141-165
Vernacular anxiety and the Semitic imaginary: Shem Tov Isaac ibn Ardutiel de Carrión and his critics
vol. 4 (2): 167-184
Reason and cognition in the Auto de los Reyes Magos and Alfonsi's Dialogue Against the Jews
vol. 4 (2): 185-197
Servant of God and protector of the faithful: St. Nicholas as saint and redeemer in late medieval Burgos
vol. 4 (2): 199-232
Plunder of war or objects of trade? The reuse and reception of Andalusi objects in medieval Pisa
vol. 4 (2): 233-258
Identification of the sole extant original charter issued by Fernán González, Count of Castile (932–970)
vol. 4 (2): 259-288
Notes on contributors
vol. 4 (2): 289-290

Volume 4 (1)

On (de)commemoration: rethinking the battle of Las Navas de Tolosa
vol. 4 (1): 1-3
Was Las Navas a decisive battle?
vol. 4 (1): 5-9
Alfonso VIII and Las Navas de Tolosa
vol. 4 (1): 11-14
Forging collective memory: Las Navas and Bouvines
vol. 4 (1): 15-19
Historians, historiography and archaeologically imperceptible change
vol. 4 (1): 21-25
Las Navas de Tolosa, the urban transformation of the Maghrib, and the territorial decline of al-Andalus
vol. 4 (1): 27-32
Making ‘great battles’ great: Christian and Muslim views of Las Navas de Tolosa
vol. 4 (1): 33-38
Las Navas and the restoration of Spain
vol. 4 (1): 39-43
Las Navas de Tolosa: the beginning of the end of the “Reconquista”? The battle and its consequences according to the Christian sources of the thirteenth century
vol. 4 (1): 45-51
Las Navas de Tolosa and the culture of crusade in the Kingdom of Castile
vol. 4 (1): 53-57
Was the Christian conquest of al-Andalus irreversible?
vol. 4 (1): 59-65
The triumph of heavy military equipment in twelfth- and thirteenth-century Castile
vol. 4 (1): 67-70
Women and Las Navas de Tolosa
vol. 4 (1): 71-76
In the absence of men: representing Andalusi women's sexuality in the context of military conflict
vol. 4 (1): 77-81
Las Navas de Tolosa and the changing balance of power
vol. 4 (1): 83-87
Las Navas de Tolosa and Liber Alchorani: reflections on Iberian Christians and the Qur'an
vol. 4 (1): 89-93
From dialogue to disputation in the age of Archbishop Rodrigo Jiménez de Rada
vol. 4 (1): 95-100
Between the straits: the thirteenth century as a turning point for Iberian Jewry
vol. 4 (1): 101-105
Alexander and the Almohads: telling the stories of antiquity before and after Las Navas
vol. 4 (1): 107-111
Andalusi exceptionalism: the example of “Philosophical Sufism” and the significance of 1212
vol. 4 (1): 113-117
Deus ex machina? Economic and technological progress in Castile at the time of Rodrigo Jiménez de Rada
vol. 4 (1): 119-123
Castile and al-Andalus after 1212: assimilation and integration of Andalusi architecture
vol. 4 (1): 125-134
Notes on contributors
vol. 4 (1): 135-139

Volume 3 (2)

Editorial Board
vol. 3 (2): 0-0
Critical cluster: between gender and genre in later-medieval Sepharad: love, sex, and polemics in Hebrew writing from Christian Iberia
vol. 3 (2): 119-129
Medieval portrayals of the ideal woman
vol. 3 (2): 131-148