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Abstract

Abstract

This article analyses the semiotic construction of the in the of three Medieval Arabic chronicles from al-Andalus (the Arabic name for the Iberian Peninsula governed by Muslims from 711 to 1492), published under the title by the outstanding Spanish Arabist Emilio García Gómez. Few studies have dealt, from a critical perspective, with the discourse (or discourses) concerning Arabic cultures and societies constructed by European academic Orientalism in general, or by the Spanish Arabism in particular. Assuming that translation, given its hybrid nature, plays a crucial role in the construction of discourses, this article attempts to analyse the and strategies used by García Gómez on the basis of a methodological approach that combines Genette’s notion of (1987), the notions of proposed by Widdowson (2004 and 2007) and the “Model of semiotic construction of the Other” developed by Carbonell (2003 and 2004), all within the general framework of Critical Discourse Analysis (CDA). The results of this analysis show a significant of Berber and/or African references. This is further reinforced by García Gómez’ with al-Andalus, which pivots between his own identification with the medieval authors of the three chronicles, and the parallels he establishes between medieval al-Andalus and the Spain of the first half of the 20th century.

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Keyword(s): al-Andalus , altéralité , discours , discourse , orientalism , orientalisme , other , semiotics , sémiotique , traduction and translation
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