Reviews

Reviews in the Spring ’13 RQ

Renaissance Quarterly 66/1 (Spring, 2013) features several reviews for us:

Jason Busic reviews Rodrigo Sánchez de Arévalo, Tratado sobre la división del reino y cuándo es lícita la primogenitura, ed. Jesús Ángel Solórzano Telechea (Logroño: Instituto de Estudios Riojanos, 2011).

Catherine Mary Curtis reviews Juan Luis Vives, Declamationes Sullanae II: Introductory Material, Declamations III, IV, and V, ed. and trans. Edward V. George (Leiden: Brill, 2012).

José Miguel Martínez Torrejón reviews Juan Ginés de Sepúlveda, Obras completas XV: Sobre el destino y el libre Albedrío, Demócrates, Teófilo, eds. J. J. Sánchez Gázquez, J. Solana Pujalte, J. M. Núñez González, and S. Rus Rufino. Trans. J. J. Sánchez Gázquez, I. J. García Pinilla, and J. M. Núñez González (Pozoblanco: Excmo. Ayuntamiento de Pozoblanco, 2010).

Nicholas Jones reviews Pedro Paez, Pedro Páez’s History of Ethiopia, 1622. 2 vols., eds. Isabel Boavida, Hervé Pennec, and Manuel João Ramos. Trans. Christopher J. Tribe (Farnham: Published by Ashgate for the Hakluyt Society, 2011).

Ronnie Mulryne reviews Stijn Bussels, Spectacle, Rhetoric and Power: The Triumphal Entry of Prince Philip of Spain into Antwerp (Amsterdam: Rodopi, 2012).

Leesbeth Geevers reviews Luc Duerloo, Dynasty and Piety: Archduke Albert (1598–1621) and Habsburg Political Culture in an Age of Religious Wars (Ashgate, 2012).

Anne J. Cruz reviews Cordula van Wyhe, ed., Isabel Clara Eugenia: Female Sovereignty in the Courts of Madrid and Brussels. (Madrid: Centro de Estudios Europa Hispánica; London: Paul Holberton Publishing, 2011).

Helen Graham-Matheson reviews Harry Kelsey, Philip of Spain, King of England: The Forgotten Sovereign (London: I. B. Tauris, 2012).

David Tavárez reviews Martin Austin Nesvig, ed., Forgotten Franciscans: Works from an Inquisitional Theorist, a Heretic, and an Inquisitional Deputy (Pennsylvania State University Press, 2011).

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

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