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New Book: “Conversos & Moriscos,” Vol 3

Introduction to this Volume
Kevin Ingram
Chapter One A Forgotten Campaign against the Conversos of Sigüenza: Pedro Cortés and the Inquisition of Cuenca
Sara T Nalle 

Chapter Two Iberians before the Venetian Inquisition
Gretchen Starr-Le Beau

Chapter Three The Psalms of David by Daniel Israel López Laguna, a Wandering Jew
Ruth Fine

Chapter Four Anti-Rabbinic Texts and Converso Identities: Ferna͂o Ximenes de Araga͂os Catholic Doctrine
Claude B Stuczynski

Chapter Five Injurious Lexicons: Inquisitorial Testimonies regarding New Christians in Macacu, Manila and Nagasaki in the Late Sixteenth Century
Miguel Rodrigues Lourenço

Chapter Six Converso Complicities in an Atlantic Monarchy: Political and Social Conflicts behind Inquisitorial Persecution
Ignacio Pulido Serrano

Chapter Seven Philip II as the New Solomon: The Covert Promotion of Religious Toleration and Synergism in Post-Tridentine Spain
Kevin Ingram

Chapter Eight The Granada Lead Books Translator Miguel de Luna as a Model for both the Toledan Morisco Translator and the Arab Historian Cidi Hamete Benengeli in Cervantes’ Don Quijote
Gerard Wiegers
Chapter Nine An Attempted Morisco Settlement in Early Seventeenth Century Tuscany
Asher Salah
Chapter Ten From Mooresses to Odalisques: Representations of the Mooress in the Discourse of the Expulsion Apologists
Mercedes Alcalá-Galan
Chapter Eleven This Thing Will Preserve their Nation Forever: Circumcision and Conversion in the EarlyModern Western Sephardic Communities
Yosef Kaplan

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

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