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New Book: Lexikon of the Hispanic Baroque

The long-awaited. It was an honor to be included, and I fully intend to read this one cover-to-cover!

Lexikon of the Hispanic Baroque: Transatlantic Exchange and Transformation, Evonne Levy and Kenneth Mills, eds (University of Texas Press, 2014).

Introduction: Technologies of Transatlantic Exchange and Transformation—Evonne Levy and Kenneth Mills

Afterlife (Spain)—Carlos M. N. Eire

Afterlife (Spanish America)—Ramón Mujica Pinilla

Animal (Spain)—Marcy Norton

Animal (Spanish America)—Marcy Norton

Cartography (Spain)—Ricardo Padrón

Cartography (Spanish America)—Alessandra Russo

Center (Spain)—Carlos M. N. Eire

Center (Spanish America)—Stephanie Merrim

Church: Interior (Spain)—Evonne Levy

Church: Interior (Spanish America)—Jaime Lara

Church: Place (Spain)—Jesús Escobar

Church: Place (Spanish America)—Michael Schreffler

City (Spain)—Jesús Escobar

City (Spanish America)—Richard L. Kagan

Clergy (Spain)—Gretchen Starr-LeBeau

Clergy (Spanish America)—Karen Melvin

Comedy (Spain)—Juan Luis Suárez

Comedy (Spanish America)—Frederick Luciani

Confession (Spain)—Sara T. Nalle

Confession (Spanish America)—Bruce Mannheim

Convent (Spain)—Elizabeth Lehfeldt

Convent (Spanish America)—Asunción Lavrin

Dream (Spain)—Enrique Fernández-Rivera

Dream (Spanish America)—Beatriz de Alba-Koch

Dress (Spain)—Amanda J. Wunder

Dress (Spanish America)—Gridley McKim-Smith

Engraving (Spain)—Ralph Dekoninck

Engraving (Spanish America)—Clara Bargellini

Epic (Spain)—Elizabeth B. Davis

Epic (Spanish America)—Paul Firbas

Food (Spain)—James Amelang

Food (Spanish America)—Felipe Fernández-Armesto

Governance (Spain)—Antonio Feros

Governance (Spanish America)—Alejandro Cañeque

History (Spain)—Richard L. Kagan

History (Spanish America)—Kathleen Myers and Pablo García Loaeza

Honor (Spain)—Scott K. Taylor

Honor (Spanish America)—Peter Gose

Inquisition (Spain)—Stefania Pastore

Inquisition (Spanish America)—Martin Nesvig

Knowledge (Spain)—Fernando Bouza

Knowledge (Spanish America)—Martin Oliver Carrión

Labor (Spain)—Ruth MacKay

Labor (Spanish America)—Kris E. Lane

Language (Spain)—Manuel Peña Díaz

Language (Spanish America)—Alan Durston

Library (Spain)—Jonathan E. Carlyon

Library (Spanish America)—Pedro Guibovich Pérez

Living Image (Spain)—Victor I. Stoichita

Living Image (Spanish America)—Thomas B. F. Cummins

Love (Spain)—Stephen Rupp

Love (Spanish America)—Sarah H. Beckjord

Miscegenation (Spain)—Cristian Berco

Miscegenation (Spanish America)—Ilona Katzew

Mission (Spain)—Benjamin Ehlers

Mission (Spanish America)—Kenneth Mills

Music: Cathedrals (Spain)—Greta Olson

Music: Cathedrals (Spanish America)—Bernardo Illari

Music: Convents (Spain)—Colleen R. Baade

Music: Convents (Spanish America)—Aurelio Tello

Music: Missions (Spain)—Francisco Luis Rico Callado

Music: Missions (Spanish America)—Piotr Nawrot

Opera (Spain)—Louise K. Stein

Opera (Spanish America)—José A. Rodríguez Garrido

Prayer (Spain)—Carlos M. N. Eire

Prayer (Spanish America)—Sabine MacCormack

Prophecy (Spain)—Felipe Pereda

Prophecy (Spanish America)—Ramón Mujica Pinilla

Rebellion (Spain)—Sir John H. Elliott

Rebellion (Spanish America)—R. Douglas Cope

Religious Drama (Spain)—Elizabeth Wright

Religious Drama (Spanish America)—Louise M. Burkhart

Saint (Spain)—Jodi Bilinkoff

Saint (Spanish America)—William B. Taylor

Science (Spain)—Thomas F. Glick

Science (Spanish America)—Daniela Bleichmar

Self-Fashioning (Spain)—Laura R. Bass

Self-Fashioning (Spanish America)—Jorge Cañizares-Esguerra

Ship (Spain)—Carla Rahn Phillips

Ship (Spanish America)—Frederick Luciani

Sin (Spain)—Allyson Poska

Sin (Spanish America)—Stuart B. Schwartz

Sodomy (Spain)—Cristian Berco

Sodomy (Spanish America)—Pete Sigal

Supernatural (Spain)—Andrew Keitt

Supernatural (Spanish America)—Fernando Cervantes

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About emspanishhistorynotes

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

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