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Special Issue of Journal of Spanish Cultural Studies: Women’s Footwear in Early Modern Hispanic World

The Journal of Spanish Cultural Studies 14/2 (2013): “Touching the Ground: Women’s Footwear in the Early Modern Hispanic World.”

Noelia S. Cirnigliaro, “Touching the ground: women’s footwear in the early modern Hispanic world. An introduction.”

Elizabeth Semmelhack, “Above the rest: chopines as trans-Mediterranean fashion.”

María M. Carrión, “The balcony of the chapín, or the vain architecture of shoes in early modern Spain.”

Sara Vicuña Guengerich, “Unfitting shoes: footwear fashions and social mobility in colonial Peru.”

Harry Vélez Quiñones, Lición de llevar chapines: drag, footwear, and gender performance in Guillén de Castro’s La fuerza de la costumbre.”

John Beusterion, “When the shoe is not an object: the chinela as thing in Lope de Vega’s El caballero de Olmedo.”

Javier Irigoyen-García reviews Elizabeth Semmelhack, On a Pedestal: From Renaissance Chopines to Baroque Heels (Bata Shoe Museum, 2009).

About emspanishhistorynotes

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

Discussion

One thought on “Special Issue of Journal of Spanish Cultural Studies: Women’s Footwear in Early Modern Hispanic World

  1. A thoroughly researched and interdisciplinary issue on the Trans-Pacific cultural practices of this period indeed.

    Posted by Luisa Terrazas | March 8, 2014, 3:03 pm

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