By MarÃa BullÃ³n-FernÃ¡ndez
This groundbreaking interdisciplinary number of essays through American, British, and Iberian students examines the literary, historic, and creative exchanges among England and Iberia from the 12th to the 15th century. starting from analyses of royal marriages and political alliances to examinations of literary, creative, and non secular interactions, those essays exhibit the significance of Anglo-Iberian relationships either in and of themselves and within the higher context of advancements in Medieval Europe. in addition they recommend extra avenues for learn in a space of research that merits larger scholarly consciousness. students and scholars drawn to England and Iberia or in comparative experiences of Medieval Europe probably want to learn this booklet.