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Panels at the AHA, Jan 2015, New York

We read the American Historical Association Annual Meeting (New York, Jan 2-5, 2015) program so you don’t have to. As always with the AHA, I am not including panels on colonial Latin America since the Conference on Latin American History is an affiliated conference with the AHA.
“Inquisition: A Legal and Intellectual Network that Defined Religious Practice”
Association for Spanish and Portuguese Historical Studies 2
Friday, January 2, 2015: 3:30 PM-5:30 PM
Conference Room I (Sheraton New York, Lower Level)
Chair & Comment: Katrina B. Olds, University of San Francisco
Papers:
De Erroribus Sarracenorum: Islam through Inquisitorial Lenses
Robin JE Vose, St. Thomas University
Anti-Christian Blasphemy among Jews and Conversos in the Records of the Medieval Inquisition
Paola Tartakoff, Rutgers University–New Brunswick
Alumbradismo across the Atlantic
Jessica J. Fowler, University of California, Davis
“Gender and Crime in Medieval and Early Modern Europe, Part 2”
Society for Medieval Feminist Scholarship 2
Friday, January 2, 2015: 6:30 PM-8:00 PM
Park Suite 2 (Sheraton New York, Fifth Floor)
Chair: Sara Ritchey, University of Louisiana at Lafayette
Papers:
“Vile Sluts” versus “Gassy Procuress”: Prostitutes and Deununciations in Late Medieval Marseille
Susan Alice McDonough, University of Maryland Baltimore County
Paying Damages: Financial Settlement for Rape in Catalonia
Sarah Ifft Decker, Yale University
On Re-institutionalizing Women’s Rights of Succeeding and Inheriting Family Property in Pre-Modern Korea
SeoKyung Han, Binghamton University (State University of New York)
“Circulation of People and Ideas in the Iberian Atlantic in the Age of Independence, Part 1: Key Historical Agents Operating in the Iberian Atlantic in the Age of Independence”
Association for Spanish and Portuguese Historical Studies 3
Saturday, January 3, 2015: 10:30 AM-12:00 PM
Conference Room I (Sheraton New York, Lower Level)
Chair: Karen Racine, University of Guelph
Papers:
An Itinerant Liberal: Almeida Garrett’s Exilic Itineraries and the Evolution of His Political Thought
Gabriel Paquette, Johns Hopkins University
Transnational Influences and Cultural Transfers in the Formation of Spanish Anti-Slavery Discourses, 1802–34: The Anglophilia of Agustín De Argüelles
Jesus Sanjurjo, University of Leeds
The Transatlantic Life and Times of Manuel de la Bárcena
Scott Eastman, Creighton University
America and the Making of Baldomero Espartero
Adrian Shubert Sr., York University
Comment: Natalia Sobrevilla, University of Kent
“Circulation of People and Ideas in the Iberian Atlantic in the Age of Independence, Part 3: Cultural Transfers across Time and the Iberian Atlantic”
Association for Spanish and Portuguese Historical Studies 5
Saturday, January 3, 2015: 6:00 PM-8:00 PM
Conference Room I (Sheraton New York, Lower Level)
Chair: Gregorio Alonso, University of Leeds
Papers:
Bible and Empire: The Old Testament in the Spanish American Wars of Independence
Jorge Cañizares-Esguerra, University of Texas at Austin
Conservative, Traditionalists, and Reactionaries: The Mexican Reception of European Anti-liberal Thought, 1821–67
Javier López-Alós, University of Leeds
The Roman Classics and the Independence Discourse
Susana Gazmurri, Universidad Adolfo Ibáñez
The Emancipatory Ideal in Spanish American Independence
Karen Racine, University of Guelph
Comment: Scott Eastman, Creighton University
“Authority and Spectacle in Medieval and Early Modern Iberia, Part 1: In Honor of Teofilo F. Ruiz: Authority in Medieval and Early Modern Iberia”
AHA Session 180
Association for Spanish and Portuguese Historical Studies 6
Sunday, January 4, 2015: 9:00 AM-11:00 AM
Mercury Ballroom (New York Hilton, Third Floor)
Chair: Yuen-Gen Liang, Wheaton College (Massachusetts)
Papers:
A Border Policy? Louis IX and the Spanish Connection
William Chester Jordan, Princeton University
The King, the Coin, and the Word: Imagining and Enacting Castilian Frontiers in the Early Modern Mediterranean
Claire Gilbert, University of California, Los Angeles
“All Things to All Men”: Political Messianism in Late-Medieval and Early Modern Spain
Bryan Givens, Pepperdine University
Early Modern Social Networks: The Vallgornera Family across the Mediterranean Sea
Carrie Sanders, University of California, Los Angeles
An End to Conquests: Military Debates and Political Culture in Fifteenth- and Sixteenth-Century Spain
Xavier Gil, Universitat de Barcelona
“Authority and Spectacle in Medieval and Early Modern Iberia, Part 2: In Honor of Teofilo F. Ruiz: Spectacle in Medieval Iberia and Beyond”
AHA Session 211
American Academy of Research Historians of Medieval Spain 1
Sunday, January 4, 2015: 11:30 AM-1:30 PM
Mercury Ballroom (New York Hilton, Third Floor)
Chair: Jarbel Rodriguez, San Francisco State University
Papers:
The Saint at the Gate: Giving Relics a “Royal Entry” in Eleventh- to Twelfth-Century France
Kate Craig, University of California, Los Angeles
Seasonal Dining in the Middle Ages
Paul Freedman, Yale University
Poetry’s Struggle with “Judaism” in Thirteenth-Century Castile
David Nirenberg, University of Chicago
Poverty and Authority in Late Medieval Castile
Francisco García-Serrano Nebras, Saint Louis University, Madrid Campus
Transmitting Urgency in the Romance: An Example of Strategic Codeswitching in the Crown of Aragon’s Thirteenth-Century Chancery
Antonio M. Zaldivar, University of California, Los Angeles
“Authority and Spectacle in Medieval and Early Modern Iberia, Part 3: In Honor of Teofilo F. Ruiz: Spectacle in Early Modern Iberia and Beyond”
AHA Session 239
American Academy of Research Historians of Medieval Spain 2
Sunday, January 4, 2015: 2:30 PM-4:30 PM
Mercury Ballroom (New York Hilton, Third Floor)
Chair: Anthony Grafton, Princeton University
Papers:
Poor Colors, Rich Colors: Spanish Clothing in the Early Sixteenth Century
Hilario Casado Alonso, Universidad de Valladolid
From New Rome to Old: Andrew’s Head and the Circulation of Sanctity
Maya Maskarinec, University of California, Los Angeles
“Muy Grandes Hombres de Acaballo”: New World Influences on Spanish Horsemanship in the Sixteenth Century
Kathryn Renton, University of California, Los Angeles
“Nuestros Españoles”: Hispanic Identity in the Habsburg Historical Imagination
Katherine Elliot van Liere, Calvin College
Comment: Teofilo F. Ruiz, University of California, Los Angeles

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

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