Articles, Reviews

Articles & Reviews in the Winter ’18 RQ

Renaissance Quarterly 71/4 (2018):

Lauren Beck, “Race and Labor in Sixteenth-Century Seville through the Prism of Accounting Books (Hijuelas) from the Reales Alcázares.”

Steven Thiry, “Rites of Reversion: Ceremonial Memory and Community in the Funereal Services for Philip II in the Netherlands (1598).”

Nicola Jennings reviews Rogier van der Weyden y España, Lorne Campbell and José Pérez Preciado, eds (Madrid: Museo Nacional del Prado, 2016).

Carmen Ripollés reviews Jusepe Martínez, Practical Discourses on the Most Noble Art of Painting, trans. David McGrath and Zahira Velíz (Los Angeles: Getty Research Institute, 2017).

Rámon Mujica Pinilla reviews Emblems in Colonial Ibero-America: To the New World on the Ship of Theseus, ed. Pedro Germano Leal ( Droz, 2017).

Christina H. Lee reviews Javier Irigoyen-García, “Moors Dressed as Moors”: Clothing, Social Distinction, and Ethnicity in Early Modern Iberia (Toronto, 2017).

Clifford J. Rogers reviews L.J. Andrew Villalon and Donald J. Kagay, To Win and Lose a Medieval Battle: Nájera (April 3, 1367), a Pyrrhic Victory for the Black Prince (Brill, 2017).

Jaclyn Cohen-Steinberg reviews The Routledge Research Companion to Early Modern Spanish Women Writers, Nieves Baranda and Anne J. Cruz, eds (Routledge, 2018).

Pablo González Tornel reviews Lucas A. Marchante Aragón, Performing the King Divine: The Early Modern Spanish Aulic Festival (Kassel: Edition Reichenberger, 2017).

Nicolás Vivalda reviews Francisco Santos, Día y Noche de Madrid, ed. Enrique García Santo-Thomás (Madrid: Cátedra, 2017).


About emspanishhistorynotes

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


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