Articles, Reviews

Articles by Ball & Nájera + Reviews in the Fall 2015 SJC

The Sixteenth Century Journal 46/3 (2015):

Rachael Ball, “‘Beautiful Serpents’ and Cathedras of Pestilence’: Traditions, Gendered Decline, and Political Crisis in Early Modern Spain and England.”

Luna Nájera, “The Deployment of the Classics in Early Modern Spanish Military Manuals.”

Núria Silleras-Fernández reviews The Life and Writings of Luisa de Carvajal y Mendoza, Anne J. Cruz, ed. and trans. (Toronto, 2014).

Allyson M. Poska reviews Tamar Herzog, Frontiers of Possession: Spain and Portugal in Europe and the Americas (Harvard, 2015).

Georg Modestin reviews James S. Amelang, Parallel Histories: Muslims and Jews in Inquisitorial Spain (LSU, 2013).

Ronald H. Fritze reviews Robin Varnum, Álvar Núñez Cabeza de Vaca: American Trailblazer (University of Oklahoma Press, 2014).

Valentina Caldari reviews Rebecca Ard Boone, Mercurino di Gattinara and the Creation of the Spanish Empire (Pickering and Chatto, 2014).

Lisette Balabarca-Fataccioli reviews Anne Marie Wolf, Juan de Segovia and the Fight for Peace: Christians and Muslims in the Fifteenth Century (Notre Dame, 2014).

Jilian Williams reviews Barry L. Stiefel, Jewish Sanctuary in the Atlantic World: A Social and Architectural History (University of South Carolina Press, 2014).

Kris Lane reviews Regina Harrison, Sin and Confession in Colonial Peru: Spanish-Quechua Penitential Texts, 1560-1650 (Texas, 2014).

Freddy C. Domínguez reviews Geoffrey Parker, Imprudent King: A New Life of Philip II (Yale, 2014).

Stephan Sander-Faes reviews The Battle of Lepanto, Elizabeth R. Wright, Sarah Spence, and Andrew Lemons, eds and trans. (Harvard, 2014).

About emspanishhistorynotes

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

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