Book chapters

Print Culture and Peripheries in Early Modern Europe

There are several chapters in Print Culture and Peripheries in Early Modern Europe, ed. Benito Rial Costas (Brill, 2012) that focus on Spain.

Chapter 1: Pablo Sánchez León
European Provincial Towns: Demographic and Institutional Trends in Regional Networks, 1400–1600

Chapter 11: Natalia Maillard Álvarez and Rafael M. Pérez García
Printing Presses in Antequera in the Sixteenth Century

Chapter 12: Jaime Moll
The Liturgical Books Published by Pedro de Castro, Bishop of Cuenca (1554–1561)

Chapter 13: José Manuel Pedraza Gracia
Minor Printing Offices in Fifteenth and Sixteenth-Century Aragon: Híjar, Huesca and Épila

Chapter 14: Manuel Peña Díaz
Barcelona: Printers, Booksellers and Local Markets in the Sixteenth Century

Chapter 15: Fermín de los Reyes and Marta M. Nadales
The Book in Segovia in the Fifteenth and Sixteenth Centuries: Accident, Chance, Necessity?

Chapter 16: Benito Rial Costas
Santiago de Compostela: A Case Study of Bookselling in Peripheries

Chapter 17: Anastasio Rojo Vega
From Europe to Finisterre: A Caravan of Books to Galicia (1595)

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

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