Sussex Academic Press announces a new book series:
The Portuguese-Speaking World
Its History, Politics and Culture
The Series Editors
This new series will publish high-quality scholarly books on the entire spectrum of the Portuguese-speaking world, with particular emphasis on the modern history, culture, and politics of Portugal, Brazil, and Africa. The series, which will be open to a variety of approaches, will offer fresh insights into a wide range of topics covering diverse historical and geographical contexts. Particular preferences will be given to books that reflect interdisciplinarity and innovative methodologies.
The editors encourage the submission of proposals for single author as well as collective volumes. A proposal from can be downloaded from the Press website at http://www.sussex-academic.com/, and following the link to “Publishing your book with SAP”
American Historical Review 121/2 (2016):
Lecturer in Spanish and / or Latin American History required
Department of Spanish, Portuguese and Latin American Studies, University College London
Salary £37,524 to £40, 716 per annum (Grade 7) and £41,844 to £49,362 per annum (Grade 8)
UCL invites applications for a Lectureship in Spanish and / or Latin American History. The successful candidate will be expected to take up the position on 1 September, 2016, or as soon as possible thereafter. The postholder will be expected to contribute to the Department’s and Faculty’s teaching at undergraduate and postgraduate levels, and to contribute to the running of the Department, the School and the University generally. The postholder will be encouraged to develop their individual research interests and to lead or participate in collaborative research projects. Applicants who have recently completed their PhDs as well as established scholars are equally welcome to apply.
Closing date: 13 May 2016
Azucena Hernández-Ramírez, “Barroco, monstruosidad y mercancía en Historia general y natural de las Indias, de Gonzalo Fernández de Oviedo,” Hispanic Review 84/1 (Winter 2016).
Hispanic Studies 82/4 (Fall 2014):
Cristian Berco, “Perception and the Mulatto Body in Inquisitorial Spain: A Neurohistory,” Past and Present 230/2 (2016).
Early Modern Dynastic Marriages and Cultural Transfer, Joan-LluÍs Palos and Magdalena S. Sánchez, eds (Routledge, 2015).
The Journal of Early Modern History 20/2 (2016):
Journal of Early Modern History 19/6 (2015):