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New Book: “Women & Community in Medieval and Early Modern Iberia”

Women and Community in Medieval and Early Modern Iberia, Michelle Armstrong-Partida, Alexandra Guerson, and Dana Wessell Lightfoot, eds (Nebraska, 2020).

Introduction: Contextualizing Women, Agency, and Communities in Premodern Iberia, Michelle Armstrong-Partida, Alexandra Guerson, and Dana Wessell Lightfoot

1. Credit and Connections: Jewish Women between Communities in Vic, 1250–1350,
Sarah Ifft Decker

2. Challenges Facing Mallorcan Conversas after 1391,
Natalie Oeltjen

3. Death and Gender in Late Sixteenth-Century Toledo,
Grace E. Coolidge

4. Women, Injurious Words, and Clerical Violence in Fourteenth-Century Catalunya,
Michelle Armstrong-Partida

5. Women, Violence, and Community in Late Medieval Valencia,
Mark Meyerson

6. Mixed Marriages and Community Identity in Fifteenth-Century Girona,
Alexandra Guerson and Dana Wessell Lightfoot,

7. In Defense of Community: Morisca Women in Sixteenth-Century Valladolid,
Stephanie M. Cavanaugh

8. Looking for a Way to Survive: Community and Institutional Assistance to Widows in Medieval Barcelona,
Mireia Comas-Via

9. Founders, Sisters, and Neighbors in the Thirteenth Century: Women and Community at Santa Maria de Celas, Coimbra,
Miriam Shadis

10. Scandal and the Social Networks of Religious Women,
Michelle M. Herder

11. Minerva of Her Time: Luisa Sigea and Humanist Networking,
Rachel F. Stapleton

12. So That They Will Remember Me: Seroras and Their Testaments in the Early Modern Basque Country,
Amanda L. Scott

Conclusion: Iberian Women and Communities across Time,
Allyson M. Poska

About emspanishhistorynotes

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

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