In The Reach of the Republic of Letters: Literary and Learned Societies in Late Medieval and Early Modern Europe, ed. Arjan van Dixhoorn and Susie Speakman Sutch (Brill, 2008), Francisco J. Álvarez, Ignacio García Aguilar, and Inmaculada Osuna present “Seventeenth-Century Academies in the City of Granada: A Comparatist Approach.” Mostly descriptive – who attended, what types of poetry they produced, etc. – but still interesting.
There are 4 book reviews for us in the Spring 2009 Renaissance Quarterly.
The latest Renaissance Quarterly features an article that combines three papers given at the Renaissance Society’s 2008 Chicago meeting: “Spain and Spanish America in the Early Modern Atlantic World: Current Trends in Scholarship,” by Gauvin Alexander Bailey, Carla Rahn Phillips, and Lisa Voigt. Continue reading
Here are two very different books, one new and one newly in paperback, which deal with Spanish military history. Continue reading
Here’s a book from fall 2008 that I missed: Continue reading