Fundamentally, I am concerned with human interrelations — especially during the Spanish Middle Ages — when Jews, Christians, and Muslims co-existed on the Iberian Peninsula and formed one of the most dynamic civilizations in world history. To investigate these issues, I blend the traditional approach of the historian with new digital technologies. Thus, as a digital humanist, my purpose is to share this intercultural history with others, via traditional and novel mediums (such as this one). With this short introduction in mind, I’d like to welcome you to my website. Read more here
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Hi MOOC Students! I hope you are enjoying the beginning of our spring 2016 course (Deciphering Secrets: Unlocking the Manuscripts of Medieval Spain) and that it meets your expectations. First, I wanted to thank each and every one of you for enrolling in the course and joining us in this journey of discovery! When I first developed…
Virtual Plasencia (Spain): Evaluating the Relationships of Jews, Christians, and Muslims Via an Interdisciplinary Geovisualization and Transcription Endeavor.