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25 Jan 18

Amy Remensnyder is a professor of history at Brown University. At the Academy, she will work on a microhistory of how in the medieval and early modern eras the tiny uninhabited Mediterranean island of Lampedusa became a place where multiple sorts of “betweenness”—geographic, religious, and political — overlapped to create a space of Muslim-Christian cooperation and trust. (Photo: Annette Hornischer)

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