The new volume of the Journal of Military History has two items relating to Spanish history. Continue reading
The Winter 2009 issue of the Journal of Medieval and Early Modern Studies is a special issue, entitled, “Intricate Alliances: Early Modern Spain and England.” Many of the articles focus on literature, but there are some on history as well. Continue reading
There are four chapters dealing with religious women in Spain in a recent book, Female Monasticism in Early Modern Europe: An Interdiscplinary View, ed. Cordula van Whye (Ashgate, 2008). Continue reading
Also, Stanford University Press has just published Science in the Spanish and Portuguese Empires, 1500-1800, ed. Daniela Bleichmar, Paula De Vos, Kristin Huffine, and Kevin Sheehan.
Yet another recent publication on Iberian science! What an impressive, dynamic field, especially when combined with current research on medicine.
The latest Hispania is available, with article summaries online. There is one article and several reviews on the early modern period. For some reason, I am unable to access the book reviews online – I will post about them as soon as I can get in. Continue reading
Two reviews of books relating to early modern Spain in the winter issue of the Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies: Continue reading
Two new books out this past month:
and Rober Bartra’s Melancholy and Culture: Diseases of the Soul in Golden Age Spain, by the University of Wales Press.