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Reviews in the March 2019 RQ

Renaissance Quarterly 72/1 (2019): Javier Lorenzo reviews A Maturing Market: The Iberian Book World in the First Half of the Seventeenth Century, Alexander S. Wilkinson and Alejandra Ulla Lorenzo, eds, (Brill, 2017). Catherine Ballériaux reviews...
From: EM Spanish History Notes on 16 Apr 2019

Articles & Reviews in RQ Summer 2018

Renaissance Quarterly 71/2 (2018): Katherine Bond, “Mapping Culture in the Habsburg Empire: Fashioning a Costume Book in the Court of Charles V.” David J. Amelang, “Comparing the Commercial Theaters of Early Modern London and Madrid.”...
From: EM Spanish History Notes on 28 Jun 2018

Reviews in the Spring 2018 RQ

Renaissance Quarterly 71/1 (2018): Raffaela Bruzzone reviews Juan Pimentel, The Rhinoceros and the Megatherium: An Essay in Natural History (Harvard, 2017). Barbara Fuchs reviews The Early Modern Hispanic World: Transnational and Interdisciplinary Approaches,...
From: EM Spanish History Notes on 23 May 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

Tubau, “Hispanic Conciliarism” & Reviews in the RQ, Fall 2017

Renaissance Quarterly 70/3 (2017): Xavier Tubau, “Hispanic Conciliarism and the Imperial Politics of Reform on the Eve of the Council of Trent.” Reviews: Ida Mauro reviews M. Rosa Terés, ed., Catalunya i l’Europa septentrional...
From: EM Spanish History Notes on 22 Dec 2017

Reviews in the RQ, Spring ’17

Renaissance Quarterly 70/1 (2017): A. Katie Harris reviews Katrina Olds, Forging the Past: Invented Histories in Counter-Reformation Spain. Susan Kellogg reviews Barbara E. Mundy, The Death of Aztec Tenochitlan, the Life of Mexico City. Richard L. Kagan...
From: EM Spanish History Notes on 9 Dec 2017

Article & Reviews in the RQ, Winter ’16

Renaissance Quarterly 69/4 (2016): Hugo Ribeiro da Silva, “Projecting Power: Cathedral Chapters and Public Rituals in Portugal, 1560-1650.” Reviews: Enrique González González reviews Gilbert Tournoy, ed. La correspondence de...
From: EM Spanish History Notes on 6 Dec 2017

Reviews in the Summer ’16 RQ

Renaissance Quarterly, 69/2 (2016): Frederick A. de Armas reviews Susan Byrne, Ficino in Spain. John Slater reviews Bjørn Oklholm Skaarup, Anatomy and Anatomists in Early Modern Spain. A. Katie Harris reviews The Expulsion of the Moriscos from...
From: EM Spanish History Notes on 4 Dec 2017

Da Silva, “Cathedral Chapters & Public Rituals in Portugal, RQ Winter 2016

I’m not sure how I missed it but here it is now: Hugo Ribeiro da Silva, “Projecting Power: Cathedral Chapters and Public Rituals in Portaul, 1564-1650,” Renaissance Quarterly 69/4 (2016).
From: EM Spanish History Notes on 26 May 2017

Reviews in the Winter ’16 RQ

Renaissance Quarterly 69/4 (2016): Carmen Ripollés reviews Ilenia Colón Mendoza, The Cristos yacentes of Gregorio Fernández: Polychrome Sculptures of the Supine Christ in Seventeenth-Century Spain (Ashgate, 2015). Pablo...
From: EM Spanish History Notes on 13 Dec 2016

Reviews in the Summer ’16 RQ

Renaissance Quarterly 49/2 (2016): Frederick A. de Armas reviews Susan Byrne, Ficino in Spain (Toronto, 2015). John Slater reviews Bjørn Okholm Skaarup, Anatomy and Anatomists in Early Modern Spain (Ashgate, 2015). A. Katie Harris reviews Mercedes...
From: EM Spanish History Notes on 19 Sep 2016

Reviews in RQ, Winter, 2015

Renaissance Quarterly 68/4 (2015) has the following reviews for us: Kiril Petov reviews The Battle of Lepanto, Elizabeth R. Wright, Sarah Spence, and Andrew Lemons, eds (Harvard, 2014). Noble David Cook reviews The Transatlantic Hispanic Baroque: Complex...
From: EM Spanish History Notes on 25 Jan 2016

Reviews in the Fall 2014 RQ

Renaissance Quarterly 67/3 (2014): Rolf Strom-Olsøn reviews Maria Golubeva, Models of Political Competence: The Evolution of Political Norms in the Works of Burgundian and Habsburg Court Historians, c. 1470-1700 (Brill, 2013). Raúl Marrero-Fente reviews Bartolome...
From: EM Spanish History Notes on 4 Nov 2014

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