Reviews

RQ Fall Reviews

There are no articles for us in the Fall 2009 Renaissance Quarterly, but several reviews.

Ariadna García-Bryce reviews Alban K. Forcione, Majesty and Humanity: Kings and their Doubles in the Political Drama of the Spanish Golden Age.

Barbara Fuchs reviews Laura R. Bass, The Drama of the Portrait: Theater and Visual Culture in Early Modern Spain.

Enriqueta Zafra reviews Enrique García Santo-Tómas, Modernidad bajo sospecha: Salas Barbadillo y la cultura material del siglo XVII.

Kelley Helmstutler-Di Dio reviews La imagen religiosa en la Monarquía hispánica: Usos y espacios, ed. Pierre Civil and Felipe Pereda.

Gauvin Alexander Bailey reviews Jaime Lara, Christian Texts for Aztecs: Art and Liturgy in Colonial Mexico.

Mark DeStephano, S.J., reviews Alan Durston, Pastoral Quechua: The History of Christian Translation in Colonial Peru, 1550-1650.

Anne J. Cruz reviews Elizabeth T. Howe, Education and Women in the Early Modern Hispanic World.

Charlie R. Steen reviews Jacqueline Kerkhoff, Maria von Hongarije en haar hof (1505-1558): Tot plichtsbetrachtin uitverkoren.

Aurelio Espinosa reviews Sean T. Perrone, Charles V and the Castilian Assembly of the Clergy: Negotiations for the Ecclesiastical Subsidy.

Sean T. Perrone reviews Aurelio Espinosa, The Empire of the Cities: Emperor Charles V, the Comunero Revolt, and the Transformation of the Spanish System.

Liesbeth Geevers reviews Peter Arnade, Beggars, Iconoclasts, and Civic Patriots: The Political Culture of the Dutch Revolt.

Jonathan Ray reviews Atlantic Diasporas: Jews, Conversos, and Crypto-Jews in the Age of Mercantilism, 1500-1800, ed. Richard L. Kagan and Philip D. Morgan.

Peter C. Mancall reviews Lisa B. Voigt, Writing Captivity  in the Early Modern Atlantic: Circulations of Knowledge and Authority in the Iberian and English Imperial Worlds.

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

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