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Special Issue of R&R: Conciliarism in Spain

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.”

Abreu-Ferreira Wins the Oliveira Marques Prize

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.

Special Issue of Hispanic Issues: “Confined Women”

“Confined Women: The Walls of Female Space in Early Modern Spain,” Brian M. Phillips and Emily Colbert Cairns, eds, Hispanic Issues 25 (2020):

Introduction
Spaces of Confinement
Brian M. Phillips and Emily Colbert Cairns

1. The Devotional Space of Performance in Counter-Reformation Spain
Joan F. Cammarata

2. The Prayer of the Walled-Up Woman: Devotion and Superstition in Spain (1450–1550)
Gregroria Cavero Domínguez

3. Confined Conversion: Critiquing Institutional Care for Women in Seventeenth-Century Madrid
Margaret E. Boyle

4. Disciplining Sinful Women: Magdalena de San Jerónimo’s All-Work, No-Play Model of Punishment and Rehabilitation
Stacey Schlau

5. Giving Birth to Science: Oliva Sabuco and Her Intrusions into the Male Episteme
Silvia Arroyo

6. Upon Being “Badly Married”: The Figure of the malcasada in Cervantes’s Novella El celoso extremeño
Emily Colbert Cairns

7. Confining the Pícara: Ethnic Violence and Heterotopic Spaces in La Hija de Celestina
Electra Gamón Fielding

8. The Enemy Outside the Gates: Isabel the Catholic Queen and the Extramural mujer varonil in Tirso de Molina’s Antona García
Christopher C. Oechler

9. Passing through Walls, Transgressing Social Norms: Superstitions about Ghosts and Women in Calderón de la Barca’s La dama duende
Fernando Gómez

10. Early Modern #MeToo: María de Zayas’s Response to Women’s Confined Lives
Ana M. Rodríguez-Rodríguez

11. Docile Bodies and the Walls of Female Confinement Past and Present: A Biopolitical Look at Orange is the New Black and Chicaba
Brian M. Phillips

12. NorthworldPeregrinajes, Prisons, and the (In)escapable Loops of the Open Road
Stephen Hessel

Afterword
Women’s Confinement in Early Modern Spain
Anne J. Cruz

2 Articles in the JECS, March 2020

Journal for Eighteenth-Century Studies 43/1 (2020):

Alberto del Campo Tejedor, “The Barber of Enlightened Spain: On the Politics and Practice of Grooming a Modern Nation.”

Ana Sáez-Hidalgo, “Anglo-Spanish Enlightenment: Joseph Shepherd, an Englishl ‘ilustrado’ in Valladolid.”

Bleichmar, “Painting the Aztec Past” in RQ, Jan 2020

Renaissance Quarterly 72/4 (2020):

Daniela Bleichmar, “Painting the Aztec Past in Early Colonial Mexico: Translation and Knowledge Production in the Codex Mendoza.”

Articles in the BSPHS, 44/1, 2019

The Bulletin of Spanish and Portuguese Historical Studies 44/1 (2019):

María Asenjo-González, Davis Alonso García, and Sean Perrone, “Town and Country: Connecting Late Medieval Castilian Urban Experience with Sixteenth-Century Colonization of the Americas.”

Julia McClure, “Worlds Within Worlds: The Institutional Locations of Global Connections in Early Modern Seville.”

Scott Eastman, “The Ruin of a State is Freedom of Conscience: Religion, (In)Tolerance, and Independence in the Spanish Monarchy.”

“Moving Beyond the Military Revolution” by Scott K Taylor (me) in the BSPHS, 2019

Scott K Taylor, “Moving Beyond the Military Revolution,” review article in the Bulletin for Spanish and Portuguese Historical Studies 44/1 (2019): 163-70.

Zhiri, “Mapping the Frontier” in RQ, Fall ’19

Oumelbanine Zhiri, “Mapping the Frontier between Islam and Christendom in a Diplomatic Age: al-Ghassânî in Spain,” Renaissance Quarterly 69/3 (2019).

Grant, “Francisco de Vitoria & Alberico Gentili on the Status of Native American Polities” in RQ Fall 2019

Daragh Grant, “Francisco de Vitoria and Alberico Gentili on the Juridical Status of Native American Polities,” Renaissance Quarterly 72/3 (2019): 910-52.

Special Issue: Visual & Spatial Hybridity in the Early Modern Iberian World, Renaissance Studies Journal, Sept 2019 [Updated]

‘Visual and Spatial Hybridity in the Early Modern Iberian World’ Special Issue in Renaissance Studies Journal (co-edited with Marjorie Trusted), Sept 2019

Marjorie Trusted, “Transatlantic Works of Art: The Hybrid Qualities of Two Kinds of Baroque.”

Céline Ventura Teixeira, “A Palimpsest of Ornaments: The Art of Azulejo as a Hybrid Language.”

Clement Onn, “Circulating Art and Visual Hybridity: Cross-Cultural Exchanges between Portugal, Japan, and Spain.”

Escardiel González Estévez, “Indigenous Angels: Hybridity and Troubled Identities in the Iberian Network.”

Elsje van Kessel, “The Making of a Hybrid Body: Corpus Christi in Lisbon, 1582.”

Laura Fernández González, “Architectural Hybrids? Building, Law, and Architectural Design in the Early Modern Iberian World.”

Alejandra B. Osorio, “The Copy as Original: The Presence of the Absent Spanish Habsburg Kind and Colonial Hybridity.”

Jeremy Roe, “The Identificaiton and Ennoblement of ‘Hybridity’ during the Iberian Union, 1580-1640.”