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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...

Articles in the JMIS, 13/3 2021

Journal of Medieval Iberian Studies 13/3 (2021): Francois Soyer, “Jews and the child murder libel in the medieval Iberian Peninsula: European trends and Iberian peculiarities.” Tiago João Queimada e Silva, “Aristocratic neo-Gothicism in fourteenth-century...
From: EM Spanish History Notes on 7 Dec 2021

Art Bulletin of Nationalmuseum Stockholm 27.1

Published in November by the Nationalmuseum, with a selection of eighteenth-century topics listed below: The Art Bulletin of Nationalmuseum Stockholm is a journal devoted to art history. It is published in English twice a year with a content that ranges...
From: Enfilade on 6 Dec 2021

Havu & Rogers in Historical Journal, Dec 2021

The Historical Journal 64/5 (2021): Kaarlo Havu, “Erasmus and Juan Luis Vives on Rhetorical Decorum and Politics.” Claudia J. Rogers, “Malintzin as a Conquistadora and Warrior Woman in the Lienzo de Tlaxcala (c. 1552).”
From: EM Spanish History Notes on 1 Dec 2021

Caprioli, “Charles V, Barbarossa, & Habsburg Diplomatic Practice in the Muslim Mediterranean,” JEMH Oct 2021

Francesco Caprioli, “The ‘Sheep’ and the ‘Lion’: Charles V, Barbarossa, and Habsburg Diplomatic Practice in the Muslim Mediterranean (1534-1542),” Journal of Early Modern History, Oct 2021.
From: EM Spanish History Notes on 30 Nov 2021

Marino, “Una utopía hispano-nipona,” BSS July 2021

Giuseppe Marino, “‘Y si los españoles tuviesen en Japón algún pueblo … ’: una utopía hispano-nipona en las Crónicas del Lejano Oriente (1599),” Bulletin of Spanish Studies 98/7 (2021).
From: EM Spanish History Notes on 29 Nov 2021

Luigi Galvani, animal electricity and the creation of Frankenstein

Would Mary Shelley have conceived of Frankenstein without the work of Italian scientist Luigi Galvani? Looking back at its creation, she recalled long conversations with Lord Byron and her husband about Galvani’s ideas. “Perhaps a corpse would be...
From: Mathew Lyons on 25 Nov 2021

González Martínez, “Spanish American Mail, 1492-1620” in HAHR Nov 2021

Nelson Fernando González Martínez, “Communicating an Empire and Its Many Worlds: Spanish American Mail, Logistics, and Postal Agents, 1492-1620,” Hispanic American Historical Review 101/4 (2021).
From: EM Spanish History Notes on 19 Nov 2021

Life without parole: the strange case of Typhoid Mary

The way George Soper told it, it might have been a case for Sherlock Holmes. “The typhoid epidemic that broke out in the Summer home of Mr George Thompson at Oyster Bay was a puzzling affair,” he told the New York Times. It was 1906 and typhoid was...
From: Mathew Lyons on 18 Nov 2021

The Burlington Magazine, October 2021

The eighteenth century in October’s issue of The Burlington . . . I know that Rado’s article is not an eighteenth-century essay, but she is a HECAA member, and she briefly frames the material in terms of a longer history; the theme for the October...
From: Enfilade on 18 Nov 2021

Glesener, “Miguel Casiri et les arabisants du roi d’Espagne,” Annales, June 2021

Thomas Glesener, “Gouverner la langue arabe: Miguel Casiri et les arabisants du roi d’Espagne au siècle des Lumières,” Annales. Histoire, Sciences Sociales 76/2 (2021).
From: EM Spanish History Notes on 16 Nov 2021

Histoire de l’art, 87 : Claire Betelu, Dorothée Lanno et al., « Entre discours et matérialité : une étude des paysages de Jean-Baptiste Oudry à Versailles (1748-1752) »

Histoire de l’art, 87 : Humanités numériques : de nouveaux récits en histoire de l’art ?, 2021/1 VARIA Claire Betelu et Dorothée Lanno Avec Claire Gerin Pierre et Johanna Salvant Entre discours et matérialité : une étude des paysages de Jean-Baptiste...
From: Le blog de l'APAHAU on 15 Nov 2021

Histoire de l’art, 87 : Mathias Blanc, « Numériser les regards portés sur les œuvres. Un enjeu épistémologique pour l’histoire de l’art ? »

Histoire de l’art, 87 : Humanités numériques : de nouveaux récits en histoire de l’art ?, 2021/1 PERSPECTIVES Mathias Blanc Numériser les regards portés sur les œuvres. Un enjeu épistémologique pour l’histoire de l’art ? Numériser les...
From: Le blog de l'APAHAU on 15 Nov 2021

Ruiz Ibáñez & Sabatini, “La puissante faiblesse de la Monarchie hispanique,” Annales, Oct

José Javier Ruiz Ibáñez and Gaetano Sabatini, “Alliés, voisins et ennemis du roi d’Espagne: La puissante faiblesse de la Monarchie hispanique (1580-1620),” Annales, Histoire, Science Sociales 75/1 (2020).
From: EM Spanish History Notes on 15 Nov 2021

Hannibal’s triumph at Cannae

By 216BC, Hannibal’s Carthaginian army in the Second Punic War had already won victories against the Romans at Trebia and Lake Trasimene. But then came Cannae. According to Polybius, the Senate, terrified by Hannibal’s successes, sent eight legions...
From: Mathew Lyons on 4 Nov 2021

Hershenzon, “Objects captifs” in Annales, June 2021

Daniel Hershenzon, “Objets captifs: Les artefacts catholiques en Méditerranée au début de l’époque moderne,” Annales. Histoire, Sciences Sociales 76/2 (2021).
From: EM Spanish History Notes on 3 Nov 2021

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The search is at present quite basic and limited. I plan to add a number of more sophisticated features in the future including the ability to filter by blog tags and by dates. I may also introduce RSS feeds for search queries at some point.

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