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New Book: Soyer, “Antisemitic Conspiracy Theories in the EM Iberian World”

François Soyer, Antisemitic Conspiracy Theories in the Early Modern Iberian World: Narratives of Fear and Hatred (Brill, 2019).
From: EM Spanish History Notes on 10 Apr 2019

Soyer, “The Inquisition & the Repression of Erotic and Pornographic Imagery” in JHA, Jan 2018

François Soyer, “The Inquisition and the Repression of Erotic and Pornographic Imagery in Early Nineteenth-Century Madrid,” The Journal of the Historical Association 103/354 (2018).
From: EM Spanish History Notes on 4 Dec 2018

New Resource: Early Modern Inquisition Database

I recently learned about the Early Modern Inquisition Database from François Soyer’s twitter feed.  
From: EM Spanish History Notes on 13 Mar 2018

Soyer, “The Inquisition & the Repression of Erotic & Pornographic Imagery,” in HJHA, Jan 2018

History: The Journal of the Historical Association (2018): François Soyer, “The Inquisition and the Repression of Erotic and Pornographic Imagery in Early Nineteenth-Century Madrid.”
From: EM Spanish History Notes on 23 Jan 2018

Soyer Reviews Lee in the JIH, Spring 2017

Journal of Interdisciplinary History 47/4 (2017): François Soyer reviews Christina H. Lee, The Anxiety of Sameness in Early Modern Spain (Manchester University Press, 2016).
From: EM Spanish History Notes on 20 Dec 2017

Book Ch: Soyer on Prohibiting Cross-Religious Sex in 15th-Cent Portugal

François Soyer, “Prohibiting Sexual Relations across Religious Boundaries in Fifteenth-Century Portugal: Legal Severity and Practical Pragmatism” in Religious Minorities in Christian, Jewish, and Muslim Law (5th-15th Centuries), J....
From: EM Spanish History Notes on 5 Jun 2017

Zhiri, “Mapping the Frontier between Islam & Christiandom” & Reviews in the Fall ’16 RQ

Renaissance Quarterly 69/3 (2016): Oumelbanine Zhiri, “Mapping the Frontier between Islam and Christendom in a Diplomatic Age: al-Ghassânî in Spain.” Yuen-Gen Lang reviews Thomas Devaney, Enemies in the Plaza: Urban Spectacle and...
From: EM Spanish History Notes on 11 Oct 2016

New Book: “Iberian Books” Volumes II & III

Iberian Books Volumes II & III/Libros Ibéricos Volúmenes II y III (2 vols): Books published in Spain, Portugal and the New World or elsewhere in Spanish or Portuguese between 1601 and 1650/Libros publicados en  España, Portugal...
From: EM Spanish History Notes on 1 Dec 2015

Article & Reviews in SCJ, Spring 2015

The Sixteenth Century Journal 46/1 (2015): Magdalena S. Sánchez, “Where Palace and Convent Met: The Descalzas Reales in Madrid.” Grace E. Coolidge, Review Essay: The Renaissance of Empire in Early Modern Europe, Thomas James Dandelet...
From: EM Spanish History Notes on 10 Jul 2015

Soyer on The Global Reach of the Spanish and Portuguese Inquisitions – Article in “History”

François Soyer, “Enforcing Religious Repression in an Age of World Empires: Assessing the Global Reach of the Spanish and Portuguese Inquisitions,” History 100 (2015): 331-53.
From: EM Spanish History Notes on 26 Jun 2015

Soyer on Public Baptism of Muslims in Journal of Religious History

François Soyer, “The Public Baptism of Muslims in Early Modern Spain and Portugal: Forging Communal Identity through Collective Emotional Display,” Journal of Religious History 39/2 (2015).
From: EM Spanish History Notes on 5 Jun 2015

Soyer, “The Anti-Semitic Conspiracy Theory and the Origins of the Carta de los Judíos de Constantinopla”

François Soyer, “The Anti-Semitic Conspiracy Theory in Sixteenth-Century Spain and Portugal and the Origins of the Carta de los Judíos de Constantinopla: New Evidence,” Sefarad: Revista de estudios hebraicos y sefardies, 74 (2014): 369-88.
From: EM Spanish History Notes on 16 Mar 2015

Soyer, “Inquisitorial Trial of a Cross-Dressing Lesbian” in Journal of Homosexuality

François Soyer, “The Inquisitorial Trial of a Cross-Dressing Lesbian: Reactions and Responses to Female Homosexuality in 18th-Century Portugal,” Journal of Homosexuality 61/11 (2014): 1529-57.
From: EM Spanish History Notes on 12 Sep 2014

Articles & a Review in JEMH 2014 #4

The Journal of Early Modern History 18/4 (2014): Articles: François Soyer, “Manuel I of Portugal and the End of the Toleration of Islam in Castile: Marriage Diplomacy, Propaganda, and Portuguese Imperialism in Renaissance Europe, 1495-1505.” John...
From: EM Spanish History Notes on 12 Jun 2014

New Book: Soyer, “Popularizing Anti-Semitism”

François Soyer, Popularizing Anti-Semitism in Early Modern Spain and Its Empire: Francisco de Torrejoncillo and the Centinela contra Judíos (Brill, 2014).
From: EM Spanish History Notes on 3 Mar 2014

Berco Reviews Soyer, “Ambiguious Gender,” in JHMAS, Jan 2014

The Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences 69/1 (2014) features a review by Cristian Berco of François Soyer, Ambiguous Gender in Early Modern Spain and Portugal: Inquisitors, Doctors and the Transgression of Gender Norms (Brill, 2012).
From: EM Spanish History Notes on 20 Feb 2014

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