Led by Francisco Peña Fernández, the multidisciplinary team team behind this project understand the interaction between different cultural and religious communities within Medieval Iberia. The Confluence of Religious Cultures in Medieval Historiography is generating contemporary intercultural, interreligious, and interdisciplinary conversation and collaboration through the study of the confluence of Jewish, Christian, and Muslim biblical interpretation in Medieval Spain. The interdisciplinary team of literary scholars, linguists, and digital media experts from Canada, the United States, and Spain are creating the first scholarly edition and study of one of the most important works of Spanish historiography: the General Estoria, a comprehensive world history, initiated and funded by patron of the arts and sciences, King Alfonso X of Castile (1221-1284). The project offers the chance to model historically specific understandings of Jewish, Christian, and Muslim identities.