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New Book: “Palacios, plazas, patíbulos”

Palacios, plazas, patíbulos, James S. Amelang, Fernando Andrés Robres, Rafael Benítez Sánchez Blanco, Ricardo Franch Benavent, & Mirian Galante Becerril, eds (Tiranto lo Blanch, 2018).
From: EM Spanish History Notes on 5 Dec 2018

Cavanaugh, “Enslaved Morisco Children” + Reviews in RQ Winter, 2017

Renaissance Quarterly 70/4 (2017): Stephanie M. Cavanaugh, “Litigating for Liberty: Enslaved Morisco Children in Sixteenth-Century Valladolid.” James Amelang reviews Miguel Martínez, Front Lines: Soldiers’ Writing in the Early...
From: EM Spanish History Notes on 15 May 2018

Spanish History at the RSA, March 22-24, 2018, New Orleans

Here are some panels of interest to us at the Renaissance Society of America Conference in New Orleans, March 22-24, 2018. I am only including full panels devoted to Spanish history and allied fields, not single papers in a thematic panel. So, think of...
A. Katie Harris Aaron Stamper Adam G. Beaver Adam Jasienski Alejandra Giménez-Berger Amanda J. Wunder Amelia R Mañas Amy Williamsen Andrea Gehlert Andrew Keitt Anna More Anna-Lisa Halling Anne J. Cruz Antonio Bernat-Vistarini Artemis Preeshl Ascension Mazuela-Anguita Barbara A. Simerka Benito Navarrete Prieto Benjamin J. Nelson Borja Franco Bruno Pomara Saverino Cammy Brothers Carolyn Nadeau Carolyn Salomons Catherine Infante Catherine Rachel DiCesare Cathy Hall-van den Elsen Christopher B. Weimer Christopher D Johnson Christy Anderson Claudia Mesa Conferences/colloquia/seminars/lectures Cristina Muñoz-Delgado Daniel Hershenzon Daniel Strum David A. Boruchoff David Karmon David Kidger Davide Scotto Deborah R. Forteza Eli Cohen Elizabeth B. Davis Elizabeth C. Black Elizabeth Gansen Elizabeth R. Wright Elizabeth Rhodes Emil Volek Emily Colbert Cairns Emily Francomano Emily Monty Encarnación Juárez-Almendros Erin Kathleen Rowe Fabrizio D'Avenia Felipe Pereda Felipe Valencia Fernando Loffredo Francesc Esteve Mestre Francisco Bautista Perez Francisco Javier Escobar Borrego Freddy Dominguez Frederick A. de Armas Glen E Carman Heather Bamford Ilenia Colon Mendoza Immaculada Rodríguez Moya James S. Amelang James W. Nelson Novoa Jasmine R Cloud Javier Castro-Ibaseta Javier Irigoyen-Garcia Javier Jiménez Belmonte Jeanne Gillespie Jelena Sánchez Jennifer Saracino Jenny Marie Forsythe Jessica Weiss Jesus Cruz Jimena Gamba Joana Balsa de Pinho John T. Cull Jonathan Edward Greenwood Jorge Sebastián Lozano José Luis Gastañega Ponce de León José Riello Joseph Connors Juan Pablo Gil-Osle Juan Vitulli Julie D. Campbell Katarzyna K Starczewska Kathleen M Comerford Kelley Clark Magill Kelley Helmstutler-Di Dio Kelly Huff Kerry K Wilks Kimberly Borchard Kira von Ostenfeld Laura R. Bass Leah Middlebrook Lisl Schopflin Livia Stoenescu Lu Ann Homza Luis Javier Cuesta Hernández Marcy Norton Margaret A Morse Margaret R. Greer Margarita Restrepo Maria Cristina Quintero Marina S. Brownlee Marta Albalá Pelegrín Mary E. Barnard Mercedes Alcalá-Galan Mercedes García-Arenal Michael Armstrong-Roche Michael S Agnew Miguel Alejandro Valerio Miriam Bodian Nhora Lucia Serrano Nicolas Martin Vivalda Nicole D Legnani Nieves Romero-Díaz Noa Yaari Or Hasson Paul Carranza Paul Joseph Lennon Payton Philips Quintanilla Philippe Rabaté Rafael Zafra Renaissance Society of America Robert A. Maryks Robin Mary Bower Rodrigo Cacho Rosalie Hernández Sacramento Roselló-Martínez Samantha Jane Hughes-Johnson Scott K. Taylor Sophia Blea Nuñez Spencer Weinreich Stacey Parker Aronson Steve Vásquez Dolph Susan Byrne Suzanne Duff Tanya J. Tiffany Teresa J Clifton Timothy McCallister Vanessa Alvarez Portugal Victor Manuel Mínguez William N. Ambler Xavier Gil Pujol Yoel Castillo Botello Yonatan Glazer-Eytan Zahira Vélez Bomford
From: EM Spanish History Notes on 16 Mar 2018

Economic Recovery in Today’s Spain?

I hope that Peter S. Goodman is right in this NY Times piece, although unemployment is still very high. But Jim Amelang’s talk to us at ASPHS in Boston a few years ago remains seared into my brain.  
From: EM Spanish History Notes on 30 Jul 2017

New Book: The Early Modern Hispanic World: Festschrift for Richard Kagan

Kimberly Lynn and Erin Rowe, eds, The Early Modern Hispanic World: Transnational and Interdisciplinary Approaches (Cambridge, 2017). Introduction. Mapping the early modern Hispanic world Kimberly Lynn and Erin Rowe Part I. City and Society: 1. Towns and...
From: EM Spanish History Notes on 7 Mar 2017

Reviews in the June ’15 JMH

The Journal of Modern History 87/2 (2015): Thomas Dandelet reviews Pedro Cardim, Tamar Herzog, José Javier Ruiz Ibáñez, and Gaetano Sabatini, eds., Polycentric Monarchies: How Did Early Modern Spain and Portugal Achieve and Maintain...
From: EM Spanish History Notes on 16 May 2016

Reviews in the December 2014 AHR

American Historical Review 119/5 (2014): Featured review: Thomas D. Rogers reviews Daniel Strum, The Sugar Trade: Brazil, Portugal, and the Netherlands (1595-1630), trans. Colin Foulkes, Roopanjali Roy, and H. Sabrina Gledhill (Stanford University Press,...
From: EM Spanish History Notes on 9 Jan 2015

March Conference at UCLA: Cities and Empire in Early Modern Spanish World

Cities and Empire in the Early Modern Spanish Habsburg World A conference at the William Andrews Clark Memorial Library —organized by Peter Arnade (University of Hawai’i at Mānoa) and Margaret Jacob (UCLA) Friday, March 1 & Saturday,...
From: EM Spanish History Notes on 12 Feb 2013

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