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Fletcher Reviews Eire, “St. Teresa” in the TLS, Nov 5, 2019

Stella Fletcher, “Saints,” a review of Carlos MN Eire, The Life of St. Teresa of Avila, in the Times Literary Supplement, Nov 5, 2019.
From: EM Spanish History Notes on 11 Nov 2019

New Book: Eire, “The Life of Saint Teresa of Avila: A Biography”

Carlos Eire, The Life of Saint Teresa of Avila: A Biography (Princeton, 2019).
From: EM Spanish History Notes on 31 May 2019

Reviews in the JWH, Dec 2017

Journal of World History 28/3-4 (2017): Heather R. Peterson reviews Nancy van Deusen, Global Indios: The Indigenous Struggle for Justice in Sixteenth-Century Spain (Duke, 2015). Susan Kellogg reviews Amber Brian, Alva Ixtlilxochitl’s Native...
From: EM Spanish History Notes on 16 Feb 2018

Reviews in the Winter 2016 SCJ

Sixteenth Century Journal 47/4 (2016): R. Po-Chia Hsia reviews Carlos M.N. Eire, Reformations: The Early Modern World, 1450-1650 (Yale, 2016). Linda K. Williams reviews Nancy E. van Deusen, Global Indios: The Indigenous Struggle for Justice in Sixteenth-Century...
From: EM Spanish History Notes on 10 Mar 2017

New Book: Eire, “Reformations”

Carlos M.N. Eire, Reformations: The Early Modern World, 1450-1650 (Yale, 2016).
From: EM Spanish History Notes on 6 Jul 2016

New Book: Lexikon of the Hispanic Baroque

The long-awaited. It was an honor to be included, and I fully intend to read this one cover-to-cover! Lexikon of the Hispanic Baroque: Transatlantic Exchange and Transformation, Evonne Levy and Kenneth Mills, eds (University of Texas Press, 2014). Introduction:...
From: EM Spanish History Notes on 7 Jan 2014

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