El Greco: Ambition and Defiance, Rebecca J Long, ed., with Keith Christiansen, Richard L. Kagan, Guillaume Kientz, Rebecca J. Long, Felipe Pereda, Jose Riello, and Leticia Ruiz Gomez, and contributions by Jena K. Carvana (Yale, 2020).
Xavier Tubau has edited a special edition of Renaissance and Reformation 42/3 (2019) on conciliarism in Spain.
Xavier Tubau, “Introduction.”
Darcy Kern “Beyond Borders: Jean Gerson’s Conciliarism in Late Medieval Spain.”
Jesse D. Mann, “Alfonso de Madrigal and Juan de Segovia: Some Conciliar Common (and Contested) Places.”
Emily O’Brien, “Letters of Alliance and an Alliance of Letters: Aeneas Silvius Piccolomini, Juan de Carvajal, and the Conciliar Crisis.”
Xavier Tubau, “Between Ecclesiology and Diplomacy: Francisco de Vargas and the Council of Trent.”
Thomas Izbicki, “The Fifteenth-Century Councils: Francisco de Vitoria, Melchor Cano, and Bartolomé Carranza.”
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,
3. Death and Gender in Late Sixteenth-Century Toledo,
Grace E. Coolidge
4. Women, Injurious Words, and Clerical Violence in Fourteenth-Century Catalunya,
5. Women, Violence, and Community in Late Medieval Valencia,
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,
9. Founders, Sisters, and Neighbors in the Thirteenth Century: Women and Community at Santa Maria de Celas, Coimbra,
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
Elizabeth A. Lehfeldt, “Early Modern Italy and Spain” in The Oxford Handbook of Christian Monasticism, ed. Bernice M. Kazcynski (OUP, 2020).
Congratulaitons to Darlene Abreu-Ferreira for winning ASPHS’s 2019 A.H. de Oliveira-Marques Prize for “Women and the Acquisition, Transmission, and Execution of Public Offices in Early Modern Portugal,” Gender and History 31/2 (2019): 383-402.
The Science of Demons: Early Modern Authors Facing Witchcraft and the Devil, Jan Machielsen, ed. (Routledge, 2020).
1. The Inquisitor’s Demons: Nicolau Eymeric’s Directorium Inquisitorum
Pau Castell Granados
11. Demonology as Textual Scholarship: Martin Delrio’s Disquisitiones magicae
13. A Spanish Demonologist During the French Wars of Religion: Juan de Maldonado’s Traicté des anges et demons
Fabián Alejandro Campagne
19. An Expert Lawyer and Reluctant Demonologist: Alonso de Salazar Frías, Spanish Inquisitor
Lu Ann Homza