Reviews

Reviews in the Fall ’10 SCJ

No articles, but several reviews in the Sixteenth Century Journal 43/3 (Fall 2010) (note: the linking function isn’t working on WordPress right now, so I can’t have the names or reviews link to the appropriate websites):

Frank A. Domínguez reviews Dana Bultman, Heretical Mixtures: Feminine and Poetic Opposition to Matter-Spirit Dualism in Spain, 1531-1631 (Valencia: Albotros, 2007).

Luis R. Corteguera reviews Lisa A. Banner, The Religious Patronage of the Duke of Lerma, 1598-1621 (Ashgate, 2009).

Heather Dalton reviews Portuguese Colonial Cities in the Early Modern World, ed. Liam Matthew Brockey (Ashgate, 2008).

Ruth MacKay reviewsJosé Ignacio Fortea Pérez, Las Cortes de Castilla y León Bajo los Austrias: Una Interpretación (Valladolid: Junta de Castilla y León, 2008); and Ciudades en Conflicto (Siglos XVI-XVII), ed. José Ignacio Fortea Pérez and Juan E. Gelabert (Valladolid: Junta de Castilla y León, 2008).

Abraham Gross reviews Atlantic Diasporas: Jews, Conversos, and Crypto-Jews in the Age of Mercantilism, 1500-1800, ed. Richard L. Kagan and Philip D. Morgan (Johns Hopkins, 2009).

Thomas M. Izbicki reviews Approaches to Teaching the Writings of Bartolomé de Las Casas, ed. Santa Arias and Eyda M. Merediz (New York: Modern Language Association, 2008).

Hillaire Kallendorf reviews Laura R. Bass, The Drama of the Portrait: Theater and Visual Culture in Early Modern Spain (Pennsylvania State University Press, 2008).

Paul Freedman reviews the Journal of Medieval Iberian Studies I, ed. Simon Doubleday, Julio Escalona, and Pablo Pastrana-Pérez.

Ronald H. Fritze reviews Bernal Díaz del Castillo, The History of the Conquest of New Spain, ed. David Carrasco (University of New Mexico Press, 2008).

Barbara Mujica reviews Barbara Fuchs, Exotic Nation: Maurophilia and the Construction of Early Modern Spain (Penn, 2009).

Allyson M. Poska reviews Theresa Earenfight, The King’s Other Body: María of Castille and the Crown of Aragon (Penn, 2009).

Alison Caplan reviews James Casey, Family and Community in Early Modern Spain: The Citizens of Granada, 1570-1739 (Cambridge University Press, 2008).

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

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