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James T. Monroe

James T. Monroe teaches in the departments of Comparative Literature and Near Eastern Studies at the University of California, Berkeley. He has written several books and even more articles on medieval Arabic literature, ranging from Pre-Islamic poetry to the maqāmāt, while specializing in the literature of Arab Spain, which he studies from a comparative perspective that takes into account the native Romance tradition.

Articles by James T. Monroe

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