The University of Southern California has an obituary on its website for María Elena Martínez.
The Society for the Study of Early Modern Women singled out Early Modern Habsburg Women: Transnational Contexts, Dynastic Continuities, Cultural Politics, Anne J. Cruz and María Galli Stampino, eds (Ashgate, 2013) for Honorary Mention for the 2013 Best Collaborative Project.
Daniel Hershenzon, “Traveling Libraries: The Arabic Manuscripts of Muley Zidan and the Escorial LIbrary,” Journal of Early Modern History 18/6 (2014): 535-58.
I regret to report that María Elena Martínez has died, according to the USC-Huntington Early Modern Studies Institute.
The Journal of Early Modern History 18/5 (2014) is a special issue devoted to “War, Conscience, and Counsel in Early Modern Catholic Europe.”
Nicole Reinhardt, “Introduction: War, Conscience, and Counsel in Early Modern Catholic Europe.”
Vincenzo Lavenia, “Conscience and Catholic Discipline of War: Sins and Crimes.”
Giuseppe Marcocci, “Conscience and Empire: Politics and Moral Theology in the Early Modern Portuguese World.”
Nicole Reinhardt, “Just War, Royal Conscience and the Crisis of Theological Counsel in the Early Seventeenth Century.”
J.H. Elliott, “Reform and Revolution in the Early Modern Mezzogiorno,” Past and Present 224/1 (2014): 283-96.
J.H. Elliott, age 84, is publishing review articles for Past & Present while here you are surfing the internet…
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Congratulations to Carmen Sanz Ayán, who has won the Premio Nacional de Historia for Los banqueros y la crisis de la monarquía hispànica de 1640 (Marcial Pons, 2013).