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Article & Reviews in the Hispanic Review, Spring 2017

Hispanic Review 85/2 (2017):

Or Hasson, “Between Clinical Writing and Storytelling: Alfonso de Santa Cruz and the Peculiar Case of the Man Who Thought He was Made of Glass.”

Claire Gilbert reviews Seth Kimmel, Parables of Coercion: Conversion and Knowledge at the End of Islamic Spain (Chicago, 2015).

Hilaire Kallendorf reviews Elizabeth Teresa Howe, Autobiographical Writing by Early Modern Hispanic Women (Routledge, 2015).


2 Articles, Nauta & Westler, in JHI, July 2017

Journal of the History of Ideas 76/3 (2015).

Lodi Nauta, “The Order of Knowing: Juan Luis Vives on Language, Thought, and the Topics.”

Brandon Westler, “Between Tradition and Revolution: The Curious Case of Francisco Martínez Marina, the Cádiz Constitution, and Spanish Liberalism.”

Cassen, “Philip II & His Italian Jewish Spy” in JEMH 22/4 (2017)

Flora Classen, “Philip II and His Italian Jewish Spy,” The Journal of Early Modern History 22/4 (2017).

Leitão & Sánchez, “Zilsel’s Thesis, Maritime Culture, & Iberian Science” in JHI April 2017

Henrique Leitão and Antonio Sánchez, “Zilsel’s Thesis, Maritime Culture, & Iberian Science in Early Modern Europe,” Journal of the History of Ideas 78/2 (2017).

Martínez, “Dressed Like a Man?” in the JHS, May 2017

Juliana Martínez, “Dressed Like a Man? Of Language, Bodies, and Monsters in the Trial of Enrique/Enriqueta Favez and Its Contemporary Accounts,” Journal of the History of Sexuality 26/2 (2017).

Nieto Sánchez & Zofío Llorente, “Return of the Guilds” in JSH, Winter 2016

José Antolín Nieto Sánchez and Juan Carlos Zofío Llorente, “Return of the Guilds: A View from Early Modern Madrid,” Journal of Social History 50/2 (2016).

Articles in the BSS 94/3, 2017

Bulletin of Spanish Studies 94/3 (2017):

Óscar Sendón, “Marcas y convenciones genéricas en el Discurso de mi vida (1630) de Alonso de Contreras y otras vidas de soldados de la Primera Modernidad.”

Simon Lee, “Succour for the Faithful and Defeat for the Moor: Divine Intervention in José Luzón’s Paintings for the Chapel of Nuestra Señora de Zaragoza la Vieja, San Miguel de los Navarros, Zaragoza.”

Article & Review in ECS, Winter ’16

Eighteenth Century Studies 49/2 (2016):

Cindy Ermus, “The Spanish Plague that Never Was: Crisis and Exploitation in Cádiz during the Peste of Provence.”

Nancy Vogeley reviews Barbara H. Stein and Stanley J. Stein, Crisis in an Atlantic Empire: Spain and New Spain, 1808-1810 (JHUP, 2014).

JEMH 2017, Special Issue: Missionary Encounters in the Atlantic World

The Journal of Early Modern History 21/1-2 (2017): Special Issue: Missionary Encounters in the Atlantic World

Brandon Bayne, “Willy-Nilly Baptisms and Chichimeca Freedoms: Missionary Disputes, Indigenous Desires, and the 1695 O’odham Revolt.”

M. Kittiya Lee, “Cannibal Theologies in Colonial America (1549-1759): Translating the Chritian Eucharist as the Tupinambá Pledge of Vengeance.”

Yaakov Ariel, “A New Model of Christian Interaction with the Jews: The Institutum Judaicum and Missions to Jews in the Atlantic World.”

Pim de Zwart reviews Arturo Giraldez, The Age of Trade: The Manilla Galleons and the Dawn of the Global Economy (Rowman & Littlefield, 2015).

Ann Twinam reviews Jane E. Mangan, Transatlantic Obligations: Creating the Bonds of Family in Conquest-Era Spain and Portugal (OUP, 2015).

BSPHS 2016: Articles & Reviews

Bulletin for Spanish and Portuguese Historical Studies 41/1 (2016):