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Bulletin for Spanish and Portuguese Historical Studies: Special Issue for Cadiz Bicentennial

Most of you will know this already, but for the record:

The Bulletin for Spanish and Portuguese Historical Studies announces the publication of a special issue to mark the 2012 Bicentennial of the Constitution of Cadiz, issue 37:2, guest edited by Christopher Schmidt-Nowara of Tufts University.

The issue includes the following articles:

Christopher Schmidt-Nowara, Tufts University, “Introduction: Global Horizons and Local Interests in the Era of the Constitution of Cadiz”

Rafael Marquese and Tâmis Parron, Universidade de São Paulo, “Constitucionalismo atlântico e ideologia da escravidão: a experiência de Cádis em perspectiva comparada”

Joselyn M. Almeida, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, “Joseph (José) Blanco White’s Bosquexo del comercio en esclavos: British Abolition, Translation, and the Cosmopolitan Imagination”

Charles Nicholas Saenz, Adams State University, “Slaves to Tyrants: Social Ordering, Nationhood, and the Spanish Constitution of 1812”

Claudia Guarisco, El Colegio Mexiquense A. C., “The 1812 Constitution and the Indians of Nueva España and Perú”

Gabriel Paquette, Johns Hopkins University, “In the Shadow of Cadiz? Exogenous and Endogenous Factors in the Development of Portuguese Constitutionalism, c. 1780-1825”

John Davis, University of Connecticut, “The Spanish Constitution of 1812 and the Mediterranean Revolutions (1820-5)”

The issue can be found at: http://digitalcommons.asphs.net/bsphs/vol37/iss2/

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

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