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.”
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.
“Confined Women: The Walls of Female Space in Early Modern Spain,” Brian M. Phillips and Emily Colbert Cairns, eds, Hispanic Issues 25 (2020):
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
7. Confining the Pícara: Ethnic Violence and Heterotopic Spaces in La Hija de Celestina
Electra Gamón Fielding
10. Early Modern #MeToo: María de Zayas’s Response to Women’s Confined Lives
Ana M. Rodríguez-Rodríguez
Women’s Confinement in Early Modern Spain
Anne J. Cruz
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.”
Renaissance Quarterly 72/4 (2020):
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.”
Scott K Taylor, “Moving Beyond the Military Revolution,” review article in the Bulletin for Spanish and Portuguese Historical Studies 44/1 (2019): 163-70.
Oumelbanine Zhiri, “Mapping the Frontier between Islam and Christendom in a Diplomatic Age: al-Ghassânî in Spain,” Renaissance Quarterly 69/3 (2019).
Daragh Grant, “Francisco de Vitoria and Alberico Gentili on the Juridical Status of Native American Polities,” Renaissance Quarterly 72/3 (2019): 910-52.
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.”