SCJ Summer Reviews

No articles, but several reviews, in the Summer 2009 Sixteenth Century Journal.

Magda Teter reviews Juan Luis Vives, De Officio Mariti: Introduction, Critical Edition, Translation and Notes, ed. Charles Fantazzi.

R. Jovita Baber reviews Garcilaso de la Vega, Commentaries of the Incas and General History of Peru, trans. H. V. Livermore.

Michael J. Levin reviews Juan de Verzosa, Epistolas, vols. 1-3, ed. Eduardo del Pino González and Antonio Fontán.

Evelyn Franquiz-Trujillo reviews Antonio Muñoz Palomares, Teatro de Mira de Amescua.

Kathleen Ashley reviews England and Iberia in the Middle Ages, 12th-15th Century: Cultural, Literary, and Political Exchanges, ed. María Bullón-Fernández.

Julia L. Farmer reviews Pedro de Valencia, Sobre el pergamino y láminas de Granada.

Lidia Lanza reveiws J. A. Fernández-Santamaría, Natural Law, Constitutionalism, Reason of State, and War: Counter-Reformation Spanish Political Thought, vol 1.

Roger Louis Martínez reviews Francisco Nuñez Muley, A Memorandum for the President of the Royal Audiencia and Chancery Court of the City and Kingdom of Granada, ed. and trans. Vincent Barletta.

Deirdre Serjeantson reviews Richard Helgerson, A Sonnet from Carthage: Carcilaso de la Vega and the New Poetry of Sixteenth-Century Europe.

Robert Aleksander Maryks reviews Hillaire KallendorfConscience on Stage: The Comedia as Casuistry in Early Modern Spain.

Lastly, Sara Nair James reviews Tintoretto, ed. Miguel Falomir.


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Scott Taylor is an associate professor in the history department at the University of Kentucky.


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