Articles, Reviews

Bulletin for Spanish and Portuguese Historical Studies 37.1 (2012)

The new issue is out, and here are the relevant articles & reviews:

Aurelia Martín Casares and Luis Méndez Rodríguez, “Negroafricanos, marginación y violencia en el mundo hispano en la Edad Moderna.”

Michele Clouse reviews Erin Kathleen Rowe, Saint and Nation: Santiago, Teresa of Avila, and Plural Identities in Early Modern Spain.

Kris Lane reviews Fabio López Lázaro, The Misfortunes of Alonso Ramírez: The True Adventures of a Spanish American with 17th-Century Pirates.

Eva Mehl reviews Regina Grafe, Distant Tyranny. Markets, Power, and Backwardness in Spain, 1650-1800.

Jack Norton reviews Marie A. Kelleher, The Measure of Woman: Law and Female Identity in the Crown of Aragon.

Allyson Poska reviews François Soyer, Ambiguous Gender in Early Modern Spain and Portugal: Inquisitors, Doctors and the Transgression of Gender Norms.

Sara Granda reviews Richard L. Kagan, Clio & the Crown. The Politics of History in Medieval and Early Modern Spain.

Teofilo Ruiz reviews John H. Elliott, History in the Making.

Scott K. Taylor reviews María M. Carrión, Subject Stages: Marriage, Theatre, and the Law in Early Modern Spain.

James B. Tueller reviews Carlos Gómez-Centurión Jiménez, Alhajas Para Soberanos: Los animales reales en el siglo XVIII: De las leoneras a las mascotas de cámara.

Amanda Wunder reviews Teofilo F. Ruiz, A King Travels: Festive Traditions in Late Medieval and Early Modern Spain.

David Ortiz reviews Scott Eastman, Preaching Spanish Nationalism Across the Hispanic Atlantic, 1759-1823.

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

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