The Spanish Presence in Sixteenth-Century Italy: Images of Iberia, Piers Baker-Bates and Miles Pattenden, eds (Ashgate, 2015).
Introduction, Simon Ditchfield.
Part I The Spanish Presence in Italian Politics, Society and Culture:
Mere emulators of Italy: the Spanish in Italian diplomatic discourse, 1492-1550, Catherine Fletcher;
Hispanophobia in the Venetian Republic, Nicholas Davidson;
Encountering Spain in early modern Naples: language, customs and sociability, Stephen Cummins.
Part II Spanish Religiosity and Roman Religion:
Rome as a ‘Spanish Avignon’? The Spanish faction and the monarchy of Philip II, Miles Pattenden;
Rome and the ‘Spanish theology’: Spanish monarchy, doctrinal controversies and the defence of papal prerogatives from Clement VIII to Urban VIII, Paolo Broggio;
Spanish saints in Counter-Reformation Italy, Clare Copeland.
Part III Spanish Vision and the Visual Arts in Italy: ‘Graecia capta ferum victorem coepit’: Spanish patrons and Italian artists, Piers Baker-Bates;
The stranded tomb: cultural allusions in the funeral monument of Don Pedro de Toledo, San Giacomo degli Spagnoli, Naples, Robert W. Gaston and Andrea M. Gáldy;
Inventive translation, portraiture and Spanish Habsburg taste in the 16th century, Elena Calvillo;
The politics of art or the art of politics? The Marquis del Carpio in Rome and Naples (1677-1687), Jorge Fernández-Santos Ortiz-Iribas.