Етнокултурното и езиково многообразие на ал-Андалус
– В: Годишник на департамент "Чужди езици и култури". Юбилейно издание в чест на 70-тата годишнина на проф. д.н. Мария Грозева. София: Нов български университет, 2018, 1, с. 430-449. Online ISSN 2603-4204
The aim of the study is to present the complex ethnic and linguistic situation that arose on the Iberian Peninsula after the Arab invasion at the beginning of the 8th century. The language strategies of different ethnic and religious communities are analyzed in the new political and cultural context in al-Andalus, where Islam became a state religion, and Arabic — an official language. Three languages came in contact: the Arabic language of the conquerors, the Berberian, whose bearers were the North African tribes who accompanied them, and the various forms of the New Latin language — romance, spoken by the natives of ancient Hispania. The subject of research is the process of linguistic and cultural arabization, which both the Berbers and the three local communities went through: the Christians known in the classical bibliography as mozarabs, the Jews and the Spaniards who had recently adopted Islam called muladi.
al-Andalus, Arabization, Arabs, Berbers, Mozarabs, Jews, Muladis, languages in contact
Language, Linguistics, Literature and Theory of Literature