Les morisques, des étrangers sur leur propre sol

Jean-Pierre Dedieu 1
1 LARHRA APMU - Action publique et mondes urbains
LARHRA - LAboratoire de Recherche Historique Rhône-Alpes - UMR5190
Abstract : The conversion of the Spanish muslims to christianity at the beginning of the XVIth century meant the disappearance of the muslim kingdoms till then headed by the christian sovereign, which served as a framework for the integration of these non-christian populations into the Monarchy. The question for the moriscos was they had to adopt not only a new religious identity, but also a new political one. Recent researches on political identities in the Ancien Régime shed a new lighty on this relationship between politics and religion and, consequently, on the morisco problem.
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Jean-Pierre Dedieu. Les morisques, des étrangers sur leur propre sol. Mohamed Lazhar Gharbi. Etre étranger au Maghreb et ailleurs, Université de Tunis, pp.19-32, 2011. ⟨halshs-00004673⟩



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