The Bulletin of Spanish Studies, 88, nos. 7-8, 2011, is a special issue devoted to C. Alex Longhurst. One of the essays is pertinent to us.
Thanks to Adam G. Beaver for the tip.
Second, Brown will lead the Cátedra del Museo del Prado in 2012.
European History Quarterly 41 (Oct. 2011) features an article by Michael Crawford, “Noble Status and Royal Duplicity in the Crown of Castile, 1454-1504.”
Also two reviews for us:
(EHQ doesn’t let us know who wrote the reviews in their previews!)
The Los Angeles County Museum of Art and UCLA are hosting a symposium entitled, “Contested Visions in the Spanish Colonial World,” this upcoming month: Friday, December 2, 2011 to Sunday, December 4, 2011.
The November 2011 Revista de Libros features a review by Luis Miguel García Mora on Felipe Fernández-Armesto, 1492. El Nacimiento de la Modernidad, trans. Ricardo García Pérez (Debate: Barcelona, 2011).
The Departament d’Història Medieval at the Universitat de Valencia is hosting a conference entitled,”En el primer siglo de la inquisición española: Fuentes documentales, procedimientos de análisis y experiencias de investigación.” The program is available here: 2011-noviembre-valencia.
Thanks to Sally Nalle for the tip.
Congratulations to James H. Sweet for winning the American Historical Association’s 2011 James A. Rawley Prize in Atlantic History, for Domingos Álvares, African Healing, and the Intellectual History of the Atlantic World (UNC Press, 2011).
James H. Sweet, Domingos Álvares, African Healing, and the Intellectual History of the Atlantic World (UNC Press, 2011). (I added this one after I read that it won the AHA Rawley Prize, and realized it was more closely related to peninsular history, and not just Africa and the Americas, than I had thought.)
Les musulmans dans l’histoire de l’Europe, Tome 1 : une intégration invisible, ed. Jocelyne Dakhlia and Bernard Vincent (Albin Michel, 2011).