First Published in 2000. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
"The Voyage of Saint Brendan is a book that will provide a very serviceable introduction." -- Catherine McKEnna, Queens College and the Graduate Center CUNY
Acknowledgments * Introduction * Al-Andalus/Iberia/Sepharad: Memory Among Modern Discourses, Stacy N. Beckwith * "We've always sung it that way": Re/Appropriation of Medieval Spanish Jewish Culture in a Galician Town, Judith R. Cohen * Crypto-Jewish Ballads and Prayers in the Portuguese Oral Tradition, Manuel da Costa Fontes * A Collusion of Gardens: Continuity of Memory in Medieval Sephardic Poetry, Libby Garshowitz and Stacy N. Beckwith * Al-Andalus and Memory: The Past and Being Present among Hispano-Moroccan Andalusians from Rabat, Beebe Bahrami * Voices from the Past: Judeo-Spanish (Ladino) Nicknames Among the Israeli Sephardic Jews from Salonika, Shmuel Refael Translated by Stacy N. Beckwith * Spanish Balconies in Morocco: A Window on Cultural Influence and Historical Persistence in the Mallah (Jewish) Community, Hsan Ilahiane * Memory: One Hundred Years of Solitude, Sultana Wahn-n Translated by Stacy N. Beckwith * Musical 'Membrances of Medieval Muslim Spain, Dwight Reynolds * "Al-Andalus Arising from Damascus": Al-Andalus in Modern Arabic Poetry, Reuven Snir * American Sephardim, Memory, and the Representation of European Life, Jack Glazier * Afterword, Louise Mirrer