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Flores, “On Fragments of Peninsular India in a Colonial Archive,” QS Aug 2021

Jorge Flores, “Marathi Voices, Portuguese Words, Brahaman’s Pen (and Thoughts). On Fragments of Peninsular India in a Colonial Archive,” Quaderni storici 167/2 (2021).
From: EM Spanish History Notes on 17 Jan 2022

Schwartz, “The Alternative System in Spanish Colonial America,” JIH Winter

Daniel Schwartz, “An Early Power-Sharing Regime: The Alternativa System in Spanish Colonial America,” The Journal of Interdisciplinary History 52/3 (2022).
From: EM Spanish History Notes on 10 Jan 2022

Special Issue: Mining & Minting in CLAR, Jan

Colonial Latin American Review 30/4 (2022), “A new mining and minting history for the Americas,” Tatiana Seijas and Dana Velasco Murillo, eds. Tatiana Seijas and Dana Velasco Murillo, “Introduction: a new mining and minting history for the Americas.”...
From: EM Spanish History Notes on 7 Jan 2022

Marino, “La Perfecta señora” JSCS 22/4, 2021

Giuseppe Marino, “La Perfecta señora (siglo XVII): un diálogo neoestoico y didáctico para las cortesanas,” Journal of Spanish Cultural Studies 22/4 (2021).
From: EM Spanish History Notes on 6 Jan 2022

Articles in the Winter 2021 RQ

Renaissance Quarterly 74/4 (2021): Hannah Joy Friedman, “Jusepe de Ribera’s Five Senses and the Practice of Prudence.” Nuno Castel-Branco, “Material Piety: Science and Religious Culture in Seventeenth-Century Portugal.”
From: EM Spanish History Notes on 4 Jan 2022

Histoire de l’art, 88 : Kshanti Gamage, « L’usage épiscopal des crosses serpentiformes en émail de l’œuvre de Limoges (XIIIe siècle). Performance et représentation »

Histoire de l’art, 88 : Limites : objets et matérialité, 2021/2 VARIA Kshanti Gamage L’usage épiscopal des crosses serpentiformes en émail de l’œuvre de Limoges (XIIIe siècle). Performance et représentation Une centaine de crosserons réalisés...
From: Le blog de l'APAHAU on 22 Dec 2021

Histoire de l’art, 88 : Bruno Montamat et Jean-Pierre Raffin, « Les Nozal, mécènes d’Hector Guimard »

Histoire de l’art, 88 : Limites : objets et matérialité, 2021/2 VARIA Bruno Montamat et Jean-Pierre Raffin Les Nozal, mécènes d’Hector Guimard Par l’ampleur et la diversité des œuvres commandées, les Nozal constituent les principaux clients...
From: Le blog de l'APAHAU on 22 Dec 2021

Laura Macaluso on Benedict Arnold’s House

We’re used to thinking about how the persistence of artifacts and architecture—especially elite forms of material culture—attest to the social and cultural status of individuals long after their deaths. With a growing scholarly appreciation for...
From: Enfilade on 22 Dec 2021

Holler, “Healing Exchanges among Women in Early New Spain” G&H, Oct 2021

Jacqueline Holler, “Mixing/Medicines: Healing Exchanges among Women in Early Colonial New Spain (1530-1650),” Gender and History 33/3 (2021).
From: EM Spanish History Notes on 16 Dec 2021

‘A Socialist Romance’: Edith Lanchester and the perils of over-education

By the autumn of 1895, Edith Lanchester was 24. Born into a prosperous middle-class family, she had studied at London University and Birkbeck and was earning her own living as a clerk at the Cardiff (New South Wales) Gold Mining Company. She was also...
From: Mathew Lyons on 16 Dec 2021

Journal18, Fall 2021 — The ‘Long’ 18th Century?

From J18: Journal18, Issue #12 (Fall 2021) — The ‘Long’ 18th Century? Edited by Sarah Betzer and Dipti Khera A R T I C L E S • Architectural ‘Worlding’: Fischer von Erlach and the Eighteenth-Century Fabrication of a History of Architecture...
From: Enfilade on 15 Dec 2021

Vega, “Perceptions of Gold, Whiteness, & Skin in Mexico’s Early Colonial Histories,” JEMCS Winter 2021

Martín Vega, “Colors of Conquest: Perceptions of Gold, Whiteness, and Skin in Mexico’s Early Colonial Histories,” The Journal of Early Modern Cultural Studies 21/1 (2021).
From: EM Spanish History Notes on 14 Dec 2021

British Art Studies, November 2021

The latest issue of BAS: British Art Studies 21 (November 2021) Redefining the British Decorative Arts, Guest Edited by Iris Moon Michelle Erickson, Cauldron, from the series Ply-MYTH, 2019, wheel thrown with lifecast shell and industrial artifacts, made...
From: Enfilade on 12 Dec 2021

West 86th, Spring–Summer 2021

From West 86th: West 86th: A Journal of Decorative Arts, Design History, and Material Culture 28.1 (Spring–Summer 2021) Aaron M. Hyman and Dana Leibsohn, “Lost and Found at Sea, or a Shipwreck’s Art History” Makers’ names no longer known, arrowheads,...
From: Enfilade on 12 Dec 2021

Figueroa, “Passing as Morisco,” JEMCS Fall

Melissa Figueroa, “Passing as Morisco: Concealment and Slander in Antonio Mira de Amescua’s El mártir de Madrid,” The Journal for Early Modern Cultural Studies 20/4 (2020).
From: EM Spanish History Notes on 9 Dec 2021

Vainio on Deification

Olli-Pekka Vainio continues the Finnish interest on Luther and deification. See his abstract above and the full article at https://doi.org/10.1111/ijst.12518 In the most general terms, deification means participation in the divine nature, which starts...
From: Finnish Luther studies on 9 Dec 2021

The tragedy at Mayerling

Around noon on 30 January 1889 Austria’s official newspaper Wiener Zeitung in Vienna reported that 30-year-old Crown Prince Rudolf, heir to the fraying and fractious Austro-Hungarian Empire, husband of Princess Stéphanie of Belgium, had died that morning...
From: Mathew Lyons on 9 Dec 2021

Ballesteros Danel, “Ideas about Trans-Pacific Origins & Voyages,” JILAR 27/1 (2021)

: Andrea Ballesteros Danel, “Ideas about Trans-Pacific Origins and Voyages in Early Spanish Chronicles from the Americas,” Journal of Iberian and Latin American Research 27/1 (2021)
From: EM Spanish History Notes on 8 Dec 2021

Daniel Shays’s Honorable Rebellion

BOOK REVIEW: Daniel Shays’s Honorable Rebellion: An American Story by Daniel Bullen (Yardley, PA: Westholme, 2021) There is truth to the adage that history is told... The post Daniel Shays’s Honorable Rebellion appeared first on Journal of the American...

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