Michelle L. Clouse, Medicine, Government and Public Health in Philip II’s Spain: Shared Interests, Competing Authorities (Ashgate, 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.)
Charles C. Mann, 1493: Uncovering the New World Columbus Created (Knopf Doubleday, 2011).
Carina Johnson, Cultural Hierarchy in Sixteenth-Century Europe: The Ottomans and Mexicans (Cambridge, 2011).
Yuen-Gian Liang, Family and Empire: The Fernández de Córdoba and the Spanish Realm (Penn, 2011).
Scott Eastman, Preaching Spanish Nationalism across the Hispanic Atlantic, 1759-1823 (LSU Press, 2011).
Les musulmans dans l’histoire de l’Europe, Tome 1 : une intégration invisible, ed. Jocelyne Dakhlia and Bernard Vincent (Albin Michel, 2011).