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Journal of Medieval Worlds (2020) 2 (3-4): 115–123.
Published: 01 December 2020
... with plague ecology could provide a fuller picture of how the outbreak in North Africa compared to those in Europe and the Middle East. Our eyewitness accounts claim that the Black Death was earth-shattering. Ibn Khaldun asserted that plague “devastated nations and caused populations to vanish,” 43...
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Journal of Medieval Worlds (2019) 1 (1): 55–78.
Published: 01 March 2019
... to analysis of whether the Islamic idea of holy war could be understood as a transcultural one or if, on the contrary, its sole conception was limited to those actions carried out by Muslims. To that end, Ibn Khaldūn’s (d. 1406) Kitāb al-‘Ibar will be used as a case study, in which his famous Muqaddima serves...