Note: It’s been a long time – months – since I’ve posted anything about essays that appear in books (I’ve been busy!). But now it’s time to try to catch up, and start working through the backlog. And please, if you’ve published anything or know of anything I should post about, tell me.
Contested Spaces of Nobility in Early Modern Europe, ed. Mathew P. Romaniello and Charles Lipp (Ashgate, 2011) features 3 essays of note:
Grace E. Coolidge, “Contested Masculinity: Noblemen and their Mistresses in Early Modern Spain,” p. 61-83.
Susannah Humble Ferreira, “Inventing the Courtier in Early Sixteenth-Century Portugal,” p. 85-101.
Ryan Gaston, “All the King’s Men: Educational Reform and Nobility in Early Seventeenth-Century Spain,” p. 167-188.