Did the Medieval West Receive a “Complete Model” of Education from Classical Islam? Reconsidering George Makdisi (1920–2002) and his Hypothesis

Geelhaar T (2011)
In: Cultural Transfers in Dispute Representations in Asia, Europe and the Arab World since the Middle Ages. Feuchter J, Hoffmann F, Yun B (Eds); Eigene und fremde Welten, 23. Frankfurt ; New York: Campus: 98-120.

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Feuchter, Jörg; Hoffmann, Friedhelm; Yun, Bee
Erscheinungsjahr
2011
Buchtitel
Cultural Transfers in Dispute Representations in Asia, Europe and the Arab World since the Middle Ages
Serientitel
Eigene und fremde Welten
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23
Seite(n)
98-120
ISBN
978-3-593-39404-6
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https://pub.uni-bielefeld.de/record/2955270

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Geelhaar T. Did the Medieval West Receive a “Complete Model” of Education from Classical Islam? Reconsidering George Makdisi (1920–2002) and his Hypothesis. In: Feuchter J, Hoffmann F, Yun B, eds. Cultural Transfers in Dispute Representations in Asia, Europe and the Arab World since the Middle Ages. Eigene und fremde Welten. Vol 23. Frankfurt ; New York: Campus; 2011: 98-120.
Geelhaar, T. (2011). Did the Medieval West Receive a “Complete Model” of Education from Classical Islam? Reconsidering George Makdisi (1920–2002) and his Hypothesis. In J. Feuchter, F. Hoffmann, & B. Yun (Eds.), Eigene und fremde Welten: Vol. 23. Cultural Transfers in Dispute Representations in Asia, Europe and the Arab World since the Middle Ages (pp. 98-120). Frankfurt ; New York: Campus.
Geelhaar, T. (2011). “Did the Medieval West Receive a “Complete Model” of Education from Classical Islam? Reconsidering George Makdisi (1920–2002) and his Hypothesis” in Cultural Transfers in Dispute Representations in Asia, Europe and the Arab World since the Middle Ages, Feuchter, J., Hoffmann, F., and Yun, B. eds. Eigene und fremde Welten, vol. 23, (Frankfurt ; New York: Campus), 98-120.
Geelhaar, T., 2011. Did the Medieval West Receive a “Complete Model” of Education from Classical Islam? Reconsidering George Makdisi (1920–2002) and his Hypothesis. In J. Feuchter, F. Hoffmann, & B. Yun, eds. Cultural Transfers in Dispute Representations in Asia, Europe and the Arab World since the Middle Ages. Eigene und fremde Welten. no.23 Frankfurt ; New York: Campus, pp. 98-120.
T. Geelhaar, “Did the Medieval West Receive a “Complete Model” of Education from Classical Islam? Reconsidering George Makdisi (1920–2002) and his Hypothesis”, Cultural Transfers in Dispute Representations in Asia, Europe and the Arab World since the Middle Ages, J. Feuchter, F. Hoffmann, and B. Yun, eds., Eigene und fremde Welten, vol. 23, Frankfurt ; New York: Campus, 2011, pp.98-120.
Geelhaar, T.: Did the Medieval West Receive a “Complete Model” of Education from Classical Islam? Reconsidering George Makdisi (1920–2002) and his Hypothesis. In: Feuchter, J., Hoffmann, F., and Yun, B. (eds.) Cultural Transfers in Dispute Representations in Asia, Europe and the Arab World since the Middle Ages. Eigene und fremde Welten. 23, p. 98-120. Campus, Frankfurt ; New York (2011).
Geelhaar, Tim. “Did the Medieval West Receive a “Complete Model” of Education from Classical Islam? Reconsidering George Makdisi (1920–2002) and his Hypothesis”. Cultural Transfers in Dispute Representations in Asia, Europe and the Arab World since the Middle Ages. Ed. Jörg Feuchter, Friedhelm Hoffmann, and Bee Yun. Frankfurt ; New York: Campus, 2011.Vol. 23. Eigene und fremde Welten. 98-120.

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