Research group at the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, which focuses its study on Latin texts that allow us to analyse the perception of Islam and the relations maintained by medieval Christian Europe with Muslims, especially in the Iberian Peninsula.
The project offers systematic access to early Qur’anic manuscripts with images and transliterated text, and a catalogue of variant readings included in the works of the Islamic scholarly tradition is produced.
Research group in the area of Arabic and Islamic Studies whose aim is to study the linguistic, literary and textual relations, contacts and influences between the Arabic domain and Romance languages.
Project that presents translations of the Qur’ān in different European languages from the origins to the present day, parallel, comparative and contextualized translations.
Research net which provide the foundations of a new history of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam as co-produced communities, a history that makes clear the many different ideas and ideals that each of these communities has formed, and continues to form, by interacting with or imagining the others.
The Cultural Dynamics of Religious Encounters and Interactions in Historical Perspective.
This is a joint initiative between NYU Abu Dhabi, Australian Catholic University, and ‘The European Qur’an. Islamic Scripture in European Culture and Religion 1150-1850 (EuQu)’ (University of Copenhagen).