Panels at the ASPHS Conference in Lisbon, 2011

We here at EM Spanish History Notes browse the ASPHS schedule so you don’t have to:

Thursday, June 30, 3:15-4:45

Session 1    Anfiteatro
Being a clergymen: spaces, practices and models, 16th-18th centuries
Chair: Antonio Irigoyen López (Universidad de Murcia)

“Resistance, negotiation and adjustment: cathedral clergy and the Tridentine reform (Portugal and Spain)”
Hugo Ribeiro da Silva (Universidade Nova de Lisboa; Universidade de Coimbra)
“Internals of the male mendicant orders in Portugal during the 18th century,”
Maria Cristina Osswald (Universidade do Minho)
“Clergymen for new times. Treaties of priestly perfection in Eighteenth Century Spain,”
Antonio Irigoyen López (Universidad de Murcia)

Session 2    Polivalente Room
Music and Society
Chair: David Cranmer (Universidade Nova de Lisboa)

“Marcos Portugal, the Princesses Maria Isabel and Maria Francisca de Assis of Braganza, and the triangle: Lisbon – Rio de Janeiro – Madrid,”
David Cranmer (Universidade Nova de Lisboa)
“Choray Nobres, Choray Povo: A sonoridade ritual nas exéquias de D. João V (1750),”
Rodrigo Teodoro de Paula (Universidade Nova de Lisboa)
“Music for the exchange of the Princesses: celebrations for the marriage of the Infantas Carlota Joaquina of Spain and Mariana Vitória of Portugal,”
Alberto José Vieira Pacheco (Universidade Nova de Lisboa)
“Music and Expulsion in the Eighteenth Century: the Ex-Jesuit Antonio Eximeno and the Crisis of Baroque Consciousness,”
Rafael Lamas (Fordham University)

Session 3    Room 3
Ruling afar
Chair: Dan Crews (University of Central Missouri)

“O poder régio nas cartas de doação da capitania da Ilha de São Tomé e nas instruções de governo da Ilha Espanhola (1485-1493),”
Rodrigo Bonciani (Universidade de São Paulo)
“Presencia ibérica anterior a Jacques Cartier en la costa atlántica de Canadá y norte de Estados Unidos,”
Juan Francisco Maura (The University of Vermont)
“Who was Fernão de Magalhães?”
José Mattos e Silva / António Mattos e Silva (Independent Scholars)
“Mem de Sá, a singular journey in the Portuguese Empire of the Sixteen Century,”
Marisa Pires Marques (Universidade Nova de Lisboa)

Thursday, June 30, 5:00-6:30

Session 6    Anfiteatro
Restless wanderers on the earth. Dynamic geographies and conceptions of personhood in the Iberian World (15th- 18th centuries)
Chair / Discussant: Eva Botella-Ordinas (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid)

“Changing Identities: From Castilian Jews to Portuguese New-Christians. Integration and Conflict in Lisbon (1492-1536),”
Susana Bastos Mateus (Universidade de Lisboa)
“Itinerant aristocracies: the ‘naturaleza/ naturalidade’ in Portugal, Castile and the Iberian domains (late 15th century- beginning of the 16th century),”
Antonio Terrasa-Lozano (Universidade de Évora)
“’É vizinho e natural’: Honour, knowledge and reputation in the ‘Habilitações’ for the Order of Christ, 17th-18th centuries,”
José António Guillén Berrendero (Universidade de Évora)
“The impact of circulation in both sides of the world. The entourage of Alonso de Tenza Fajardo, govenor of Phillipines. a case study,”
Domingo Centenero de Arce (Independent Scholar)

Session 7    Polivalente Room Imperial politics in the Iberian Union
Chair: Mafalda Soares da Cunha (Universidade de Évora)

“The Iberian Union and its Empires, 1600-1625: The Portuguese Overseas Empire in the Universal Strategy of the Hispanic Monarchy,”
Graça Almeida Borges (European Universitary Institute; ISCTE – Instituto Universitário de Lisboa)
“¿A los márgenes del Imperio?: Canarias y Portugal en tiempos de la Unión Ibérica,”
Javier Luis Álvarez Santos (Universidad de La Laguna)
“On the edge of empire. Portuguese and Spanish encounter across the North Maluku Islands (1582-1607)” Manuel Lobato (Instituto de Investigação Científica Tropical)
“D. António, Prior do Crato e o antonismo na conformação e consolidação da União Ibérica (1580-1595)”
Jacqueline Hermann (Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro)
“Ideias de Império, Monarquia e Senhorio nos projetos proféticos de Quinta Monarquia durante a União Ibérica,”
Luís Filipe Silvério Lima (Universidade Federal de São Paulo)

Friday, July 1, 8:45-10:15

Session 14    Room 2
Converso Identity Issues
Chair: Filomena Barros (Universidade de Évora) Discussant: José Alberto Tavim (Instituto de Investigação Científica e Tropical)

“Spain’s New Solomon: Philip II’s Jewish Conversion and its Implications for Post-Tridentine Spanish Culture,”
Kevin Ingram (Saint Louis University)
“Two Faces of Ibero-Catholic Piety in an era of Philosemitism: Conversion to and from Judaism in the 1600s” David Graizbord (University of Arizona)
“Constructing Portuguese Converso Narratives: Between Apologetics and Iberian Humanistic Historiography,”
Claude B. Stuczynski (University of Pennsylvania; Bar-Ilan University)

Friday, July 1, 10:30-12:00

Session 18    Room 2 African Genres: Imagining Africa in Early Modern Spanish Texts
Chair: Barbara Fuchs (University of California – Los Angeles) Discussant: Yuen-Gen Liang (Wheaton College)

“’The Spell of National Identity’: War and Soldiering on the North African Frontier (1550-1554),”
Miguel Martínez (Williams College)
“Deflecting Moorishness: Spanish Fictions of Africa,”
Javier Irigoyen-García (University of Illinois)
“Intimate Strangers: Cervantes’s Graciosos and the Representation of Difference in North African Captivity Plays,”
Barbara Fuchs (University of California – Los Angeles)

Session 19    Room 1
Early Modern domestic discipline
Chair: Valentina Tikoff (DePaul University)

“O Duque e os seus filhos: estratégias de perpetuação da linhagem de D. Fernando, o 2o duque de Bragança” Maria Barreto Dávila (Universidade Nova de Lisboa; Universidade dos Açores)
“Domestic Violence and Discipline in the Marital Advice Literature of Early Modern Spain,”
Edward Behrend-Martínez (Appalachian State University)
“Making Sex in Eighteenth-Century Spain,”
Marta Vicente (University of Kansas)
“Bastards, second sons and oligarchs: the origins and rise of the house of Espinardo,”
Raimundo A. Rodríguez Pérez (Universidad de Murcia)
“What’s in a name? Charity Children and Institutions in Eighteenth-Century Spain,”
Valentina Tikoff (DePaul University)

Friday, July 1, 1:30-3:00

Session 24    Polivalente Room Religious vocations and the written word in the Early Modern Spanish world
Chair / Discussant: Alison Weber (University of Virginia)

“The Intersection of Notarial and Mystical Discourse in the Life of María de Ajofrín,”
Ronald E. Surtz (Princeton University)
“Sin Rastro: How to Write Franciscan Religious Biography Without Archives,”
Jessica A. Boon (Southern Methodist University)
“John of the Cross in His Earliest Biographies,”
Jodi Bilinkoff (University of North Carolina-Greensboro)
“Seeing through Notaries: The ‘Indian Beatas’ of Colonial Cuzco, Peru,”
Kathryn Burns (University of North Carolina)

Session 25    Room 1 Fashioning a New Spain: Nation and Political Culture during the Age of Revolutions
Chair / Discussant: Scott Eastman (Creighton University)

“Ornaments of the Nation: Numismatics, History, and Identity in Eighteenth-Century Spain,”
Jeremy René Bassetti (Florida State University)
“‘Como si fuera Infante de España’: Pomp and Mythmaking in Sevilla during the War of Independence” Charles Nicholas Saenz (University of California – San Diego)
“Early 19th Century Spanish Liberalism in Comparative Perspective,”
Alberto Sahagun (Bucknell University)

Friday, July 1, 3:15-3:45

Session 28    Room 2 North Africa in the early modern Spanish imperial world
Chair / Discussant: Barbara Fuchs (University of California – Los Angeles)

“King of Justice or Crusading King? The Role of North African Crusade in Competing Visions of Monarchy in Sixteenth-Century Spain,”
Andrew Devereux (The Johns Hopkins University)
“From Pharaohs to Moros: Egypt in Renaissance Spain, ca. 1250–1517,”
Adam G. Beaver (Princeton University)
“Spanish North Africa: An Arena of Aristocratic Action,”
Yuen-Gen Liang (Wheaton College)

Session 29    Anfiteatro Commerce and communication in the Early Modern Portuguese Empire: remembering AJR Russell-Wood
Chair: Kittiya Lee (California State University, Los Angeles), Discussant: Ângela Domingues (Instituto de Investigação Científica Tropical)

“Legal communication and political actions in the Atlantic Portuguese empire,”
Carmen Alveal (Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Norte)
“Re-reading the Chronicles: Commerce and Politics in the reign of D. Manuel (1495- 1521),”
Susannah Ferreira (University of Guelph)
“Language and Conquest: Tupi-Guarani Expansion in the European Colonization of Brazil and Amazonia,” Kittiya Lee (California State University, Los Angeles)
“Illegal communications. A diamond and gold smuggling network in colonial Brazil,”
Ernst Pijning (Minot State University)

Session 30    Room 3 Merchants and trade in the early modern world
Chair: William McCarthy (University of North Carolina)

“Smuggling in the Carreira da India,”
William McCarthy (University of North Carolina)
“The role of gossip: the importance of information in the co-evolution of cooperation in merchants’ networks in the First Global Age. The case study of Simon Ruiz (1553- 1606),”
Ana Sofia Ribeiro (Universidade do Porto)
“O Estabelecimento da Companhia das Índias Inglesa e as Relações Anglo-Portuguesas no Japão (1613-1623),” Rogério Miguel Puga (Universidade Nova de Lisboa)
“Origens de uma instituição do capitalismo moderno a sociedade de capitais: uma abordagem metodológica e comparativa,”
Marc Jacquinet (Universidade do Algarve; Universidade Aberta)
“‘Stuck a Feather in his Hat and Called it Macaroni’: ‘Petimetres’, ‘Majos’ and ‘Macaronis’. Global Models of Consumer Societies in the Pre-Modern Era,”
Manuel Perez Garcia (European University Institute)

Friday, July 1, 5:00-6:30

Session 33    Polivalente Room Habsburg Sicily: politics, art, and architecture between Italy and Spain (1519-1700)
Chairs: Luís Ribot (Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia) / Sabina de Cavi (Independent Scholar)

“The Palatine Chapel of the Palazzo dei Normanni in Palermo: Religion, Ritual and Habsburg Civic Ceremonial (XVI-XVII centuries),”
Maria Giulia Aurigemma (University G. D’Annunzio)
“Power and Devotion in Seventeenth-Century Sicily. Spanish Gifts Commissioned by the viceroys for the Sicilian Sanctuaries,”
Maria Concetta di Natale (Università di Palermo)
“Three engravers at the service of a Sicilian Cardinal: de Noort, Villafranca, Clouwet and the Creation of an Unforgettable Political Portrait (1644-1668),”
Rafaella Pilo (Università degli studi di Sassari)
“The Role of Spanish Patronage in the Architectural Debate of the 17th Century,”
Stefano Piazza (Università degli Studi di Palermo)
“The Pictorial Image of Sicily from Seventeenth-Century Manuscript Atlas (XVI-XVIII centuries),”
Valeria Manfré (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid)

Session 34    Room 3
Economy and war
Chair / Discussant: Pedro Cardim (Universidade Nova de Lisboa)

“A economia lisboeta durante a Guerra da Restauração: preços e níveis de vida (1635- 1661),”
Carlos Manuel Faísca (Universidade Nova de Lisboa)
“International politics and the War of Portuguese Independence (1640-1668): The Home Front and the Portuguese offensives of the 1640s,”
Lorraine White (Independent Scholar)
“Protestant State, Jewish Merchants and Inquisitors: resolution of commercial conflicts in the ‘Portuguese World’ (1580-1640),”
Cátia Antunes (Leiden University)
“International politics and the War of Portuguese Independence (1630-1650): The Far Eastern Theatre,” Teddy Sim (Nanyang Technological University)

Saturday, July 2, 8:15-9:45

Session 37    Anfiteatro Early modern Iberian diplomacy in an European context
Chair / Discussant: Maria del Pilar Ryan (United States Military Academy – West Point)

“Charles V’s Imperial Propaganda and Conciliar Diplomacy, 1541-1554,”
Dan Crews (University of Central Missouri)
“De la Restauración portuguesa a la Sucesión española: tres décadas en la historia de las relaciones hispanolusas (1668-1700),”
David Martín Marcos (Universidade Nova de Lisboa)
“‘Entre os Senhores da casa e os familiares…’: secretários, criados e servidores das embaixadas portuguesas em Londres e em Paris (1640-1815),”
Ana Luiza de Castro Pereira (Universidade Nova de Lisboa; Universidade dos Açores)
“La imagen grabada de María Teresa de Austria: de infanta de España a reina de Francia,”
Margarita de Alfonso Caffarena (Universidad de Granada)

Session 38    Polivalente Room Ambiguous identities. The religious minorities in early modern times
Chair: Sara T. Nalle (William Paterson University)

“Crossing the divide: Converso Families between Spain and Portugal, 1492-1530,”
Sara T. Nalle (William Paterson University)
“Passing Stained Subjects in Early Modern Spain,”
Christina H. Lee (Princeton University)
“Los moriscos que no lo eran: pleitos de cristiano viejo en el Archivo General de Simancas,”
William Childers (Brooklyn College)
“The Esperança de Israel: a mission to Cromwell,”
Maria Ana T. Valdez (Yale University; Universidade de Lisboa)

Session 39    Room 3
Urban rituals and politics
Chair: Mark Molesky (Seton Hall University)

“Mapping Faith at the University of Salamanca: The 1618 celebrations in honor of the Immaculate Conception of Mary,”
Mirzam Cristina Pérez (Grinnell College)
“Philip III of Spain’s State Visit to Portugal as Political Seduction,”
Mark Evan Davis (Michigan State University)
“Celebración tipográfica y rituales urbanos en la configuración de un género historiográfico: el caso de Valencia y Marco Antonio Ortí,”
Carmen Peraita (Villanova University)
“Braga or Bust!: José Francisco de Isla’s Plan for Abandoning Lisbon after the Earthquake,”
Mark Molesky (Seton Hall University)

Saturday, July 2, 10:30-12:00

Session 45    Room 3
Noble culture
Chair: Marco Cavina (Università di Bologna)

“The rhetoric of courtly ethos in the 18th century: the Habit à la Français. Appearance and social representation in the village of Madrid,”
Arianna Giorgi (Universid de Murcia)
“Theatricality and the modern subject: revisiting early modern Spanish military manuals,”
Luna Najera (University of Illinois, Chicago)
“Hijos de Marte. Cultura nobiliaria y ciencia del honor en la España moderna,”
Marco Cavina (Università di Bologna)
“Monastic memory and politics in seventeenth and eighteenth-century Portugal,”
Lígia Bellini (Universidade Federal da Baía; University of London)

Session 46    Polivalente Room
Writing the Empire
Chair: Margaret R. Greer (Duke University)

“1529: a Spanish humanist debate on war and imperialism,”
Natalio Ohanna (Western Michigan University)
“Los imperios ibéricos y las pasiones que consumen: Escarmientos para el cuerdo,”
Margaret R. Greer (Duke University)
“La situación de Cuba a través de la carta de Ana Mozo de la Torre (1815),”
Yamile Silva (Universty of Scranton)
“¿Qué sería hoy América si el plan del Virrey Antonio de Mendoza hubiera tenido éxito? Francisco de Mendoza y la independencia de México en el siglo XVI (1549-1550),”
Francisco Javier Escudero Buendía (Universidad Complutense de Madrid)

Saturday, July 2, 1:30-3:00

Session 49    Room 1 Transferência, substituição e criação de modelos: particularidades
da arte colonial no território latino e luso-brasileiro
Chair / Discussant: James Nelson Nóvoa (Universidade de Lisboa)

“El Vía Crucis en la Nueva España de los siglos XVII y XVIII: Entre espectáculo y actuación,”
Alena Robin (The University of Western Ontario)
“La mesa colonial. Frutos regionales en la pintura colonial andina,”
Sebastián Ferrero (Université de Montréal)
“Luzes e Barroco: problemas da pintura luso-brasileira do século XVIII,”
Anne-Louise Fonseca (Université de Montréal)
“’Os milagres de Santo António na azulejaria portuguesa da primeira metade do século XVIII – os painéis de azulejos do convento de Santo António do Recife (Brasil) e da igreja de Santo António do Estoril (Portugal),” Joaquim Eusébio (Université de Montréal)

Session 50    Room 2
Empire and Administration II
Chair / Discussant: Nuno Gonçalo Monteiro (Universidade de Lisboa)

“Religious Tensions and Jurisdictional Conflicts in Early Modern Portuguese India,”
Nandini Chaturvedula (Universidade Nova de Lisboa; Columbia University)
“Administrating the Portuguese South Atlantic (beyond the Conselho Ultramarino): The Marquis of Fronteira and the Defense of Brazil – 1710-1727,”
Miguel Dantas da Cruz (ISCTE – Instituto Universitário de Lisboa)
“‘The Council must have been confused’: court politics and the second creation of the viceroyalty of New Granada, 1734-1739,”
Francisco Eissa-Barroso (University of Warwick)
“A administração colonial: dois percursos de mobilidade política e geográfica,”
Maria Bastião (Universidade Nova de Lisboa; Universidade dos Açores)

Session 51    Room 5th floor Early Modern Medicine, Health, and the Body
Chair: Scott K. Taylor (Siena College)

“Tobacco and Early Modern Bodies and Minds,”
Scott K. Taylor (Siena College)
“Syphilis, Sexuality, and Spirituality: Treating Body and Soul in Early Modern Toledo,”
Cristian Berco (Bishop’s University)
“The Care of the Body at the Spanish Hospitals (ca. 1300-1600): an overview,”
Teresa Huguet-Termes (Universidad de Barcelona)
“A Botica do Hospital Real de Moçambique na primeira metade de oitocentos,”
Miguel Brito (Instituto de Investigação Científica Tropical)

Saturday, July 2, 3:15-4:45

Session 55    Room 1 The greatness of Spanish Hapsburg cities: architecture, urban plan-
ning and ceremony.
Chair / Discussant: Kirsten Schultz (Seton Hall University)

“Through the eyes of a Humanist: Damião de Góis and his Urbis Olisiponis Descriptio (1554),”
Ana Isabel Buescu (Universidade Nova de Lisboa)
“Lisbon Triumphant: festas nos tempos dos Filipes (1581-1619),”
Laura Fernandez Gonzales (University of Edinburgh)
“Urban Planning and Royal Patronage in Habsburg Palermo: City Gates and Epigraphs between 1556 and 1700 according to an unpublished booklet of architectural drawings,”
Sabina de Cavi (Independent Scholar)
“The greatness of cities: Lisbon in the Spanish Hapsburg urban geography of power,”
Alejandra Osorio (Wellesley College)

Session 56    Room 2 Networks of finance, Networks of trade. Foreign economic operators
in Portugal, 16th-18th centuries

“De Génova a Lisboa: redes comerciais da família Ghersi (1640-1700),”
Nunziatella Alessandrini (Red Columnaria)
“A finança portuguesa nas Feiras de Piacenza: a rede dos intermediários nas trocas das feiras entre Lisboa e Milão (1590-1595),”
Benedetta Crivelli (Università degli Studi di Verona)
“Lucas Rem e Sebald Kneussel: dois feitores alemães em Lisboa no início do século XVI,”
Jürgen Pohle (Universidade Nova de Lisboa)
“Cooperation of agent based self-organizing networks as the focus of an alternate historiography,”
Amélia Polónia (Universidade do Porto)
“Os negócios ‘ibéricos’ dos florentinos: os Ginori entre Lisboa e Cádis no final do século XVII,”
Antonella Viola (Universidade Nova de Lisboa; Universidade dos Açores)

Session 57    Room 3
Iberian travel literature in the 18th century
Chair / Discussant: Maria del Pilar Ryan (United States Military Academy – West Point)

“‘Travelling’ in the monastery: the collection of travel books at the ancient library of the Mosteiro de S. Vicente de Fora (Lisbon),”
Fernanda Guedes de Campos (Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal)
“A journey between Lisbon and Rome: reading and interpretation of an eighteenth century manuscript,” Maria Luísa Cabral (Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal)

Saturday, July 2, 5:00-6:30

“‘Needs, Reams, Deeds’: The Personality and Motivations of Henry the Navigator,”
Ivana Elbl (Trent University)
“The Recollection of Castilian History in Garcia de Resende’s Miscelânea,”
Nancy F. Marino (Michigan State University)
“Archives at the Service of Power, Archives at the Service of their owners. The case of the Town Hall Archive of Madrid in the Early Modern Age,”
Leonor Zozaya (Universidad Complutense de Madrid)
“That is History, or the Story of the Arch that Never Was,” José Miguel Martínez Torrejón (Queens College)
“Seizing Sovereignty on a Heritage Battlefield: Villalar de los Comuneros, 1521 and 2010,”
Thomas Abercrombie / Sarah Elizabeth Penry (New York University / Fordham University)

Session 63    Anfiteatro
Cultural issues and identities
Chair: Jesus Cruz (University of Delaware)
“Between France and North Africa: War, Culture, and Identity in Spain at the End of the Eighteenth Century,” Julianne Gilland (University of California – Berkeley)
“Enduring Tensions: Aragonese Civil Law and the Resilience of Regional Difference in Eighteenth-Century Spain,”
Phillip Fox (University of Kansas)
“Tourists of Modernity: The Grand Tour of Southern Europeans in the Nineteenth Century,”
Jesus Cruz (University of Delaware)

Sunday, July 3, 9:30-11:00

Session 67    Room 1 Missions and Inquisition in the Iberian Empires
Chair: Liam Brockey (Michigan State University)

“A missionação espanhola nos Rios de Guiné e Serra Leoa de 1652 a 1688,”
Maria João Soares (Instituto de Investigação Científica Tropical)
“La Inquisición en la periferia del Imperio español. La institucionalización del nuevo tribunal en Sicilia, Nápoles y México (siglos XV-XVI),”
Fernando Ciaramitaro (Universidad Autónoma de la Ciudad de México)
“The network of the comissários of the Portuguese Inquisition in Madeira (17-18th centuries),”
Fernanda Olival (Universidade de Évora)

Session 68    Room 2 The Eucharist in Portugal and in portuguese India during the early modern age
Chair: Ângela Barreto Xavier (ICS – Universidade de Lisboa) Discussant: Paolo Aranha (European University Institute)

“‘Indigno por não poder tomar o Santíssimo Sacramento’: a eucaristia como instrumento punitivo inquisitorial,”
Bruno Feitler (Universidade Federal de São Paulo)
“A comunhão dos neófitos em Goa: registros nas cartas jesuíticas da segunda metade do século XVI,”
Célia Cristina da Silva Tavares (Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro)
“Thomas Stephens’ Kṛisʈāpurāṇa as a source for Indo-Portuguese history,”
Ananya Chakravarti (University of Chicago)
“A Catholic darśana: Eucharistic adorations and processions in early modern Portuguese India,”
Paolo Aranha (European University Institute)

Sunday, July 3, 11:15-12:45

Session 73    Polivalente Room
Images and discourses of power
Chair: Ilenia Colón Mendoza (University of Central Florida)

“Relatos de sucessos: discursos sobre êxitos e infortúnios como elementos da cultura da vitória durante a União Ibérica,”
Andréa Doré (Universidade Federal do Paraná)
“Historia y política en la Edad Moderna: discursos y sentencias,”
Victoria Pineda (Universidad de Extremadura)
“Imágenes para un monarca. Problemática iconográfica en torno a D. João IV de Portugal,”
Pablo Jerez Sabater (Universidad de La Laguna)
“A Lusitania Liberata ou A Restauração portuguesa em imagens. Análise do conjunto das gravuras da obra de António de Sousa de Macedo sobre a Restauração em Portugal,”
Lilian Pestre de Almeida (Universidade Federal Fluminense)
“El Cristo yacente. Devotional sculpture and Andachtsbild,”
Ilenia Colón Mendoza (University of Central Florida)

Session 74    Anfiteatro
Gender and religious experience
Chair / Discussant: Luis R. Corteguera (University of Kansas)

“The Gender of Mystical Experience in Sixteenth Century Spain,”
Luis R. Corteguera (University of Kansas)
“Singularidades de uma observância capucha: regra, arte e percurso histórico,”
Maria Luísa Jacquinet (Universidade de Coimbra)
“Music and Female Religious Identity: Entrance and Profession Ceremonies in Convents in 17th and 18th century Barcelona,”
Janet Hathaway (Northern Illinois University)
“El erotizado misticismo de los recogimientos de mujeres en el México Colonial,”
Alessandra Luiselli (Texas A&M University)


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