Articles, Reviews

Altman on Migration in the Hispanic World, and Reviews in RQ Summer 2014

Renaissance Quarterly 67/2 (2014):

Review Essay:

Ida Altman, “Migration and Mobility in the Sixteenth-Century Hispanic World.”


Karina Galperin reviews Francisco J. Escobar Borrego, Samuel Díez Reboso, and Luis Rivero García, eds, La Metamorfosis de un Inquisidor: El Humanista Diego López de Cortegana (1455–1524) (Huelva: Universidad de Huelva, 2013).

Christopher B. Weimer reviews Jason McCloskey and Ignacio López Alemany, eds, Signs of Power in Habsburg Spain and the New World (Lewisburg: Bucknell University Press, 2013).

Sydney Penner reviews Oliver Bach, Norbert Brieskorn, and Gideon Stiening, eds, “Auctoritas omnium legume”: Francisco Suárez’ De legibus zwischen Theologie, Philosophie und Jurisprudenz (Stuttgart-Bad Cannstatt: Frommann-Holzboog, 2013).

Laura R. Bass reviews María Cristina Quintero, Gendering the Crown in the Spanish Baroque Comedia  (Ashgate, 2012).

E. Michael Gerli reviews Barbara Simerka, Knowing Subjects: Cognitive Cultural Studies and Early Modern Spanish Literature (Purdue University Press, 2013).

Regina Harrison reviews Mónica P. Morales, Reading Inebriation in Early Colonial Peru. New Hispanisms: Cultural and Literary Studies (Ashgate, 2012).

Claire Jowitt reviews Barbara Fuchs, The Poetics of Piracy: Emulating Spain in English Literature (University of Pennsylvania Press, 2013).

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


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