Leadership and the Humanities Podcast
Episode 20: American Islamophobia—a History
The last European Crusade to the Near and Middle East took place in the fifteenth century, functionally culminating with the collapse of the Byzantine Empire and the fall of Constantinople in 1453. The legacy of the Crusades—military campaigns conducted by European nations under the banner of the Catholic Church which sought to “reclaim” the Holy Land for Christendom from 1095 until 1453…
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