To my horror, my students have often complained in my courses on the history of interactions between Eastern Christians and Muslims that “there’s too much history” in the books we read. That, however, is, I’m relieved to note, a complaint that usually comes about one-third, or no more than one-half, of the way through the semester. By the time we get to the end of the semester, they note, with a charming mixture of relief and chagrin, that the history has been well worth it to understand the whole picture we are looking at in 2018.I do not know what

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