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).