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Cavanaugh, “Enslaved Morisco Children” + Reviews in RQ Winter, 2017

Renaissance Quarterly 70/4 (2017):

Stephanie M. Cavanaugh, “Litigating for Liberty: Enslaved Morisco Children in Sixteenth-Century Valladolid.”

James Amelang reviews Miguel Martínez, Front Lines: Soldiers’ Writing in the Early Modern Hispanic World (Penn, 2016).

Elizabeth R. Wright reviews Julia L. Farmer, Imperial Tapestries: Narrative Form and the Question of Spanish Habsburg Power (Bucknell, 2016).

Oriol Miró Martí reviews Jesús Botello López-Canti, Cervantes, Felipe II, y la España del Siglo del Oro (Iberoamericana, 2016).

Rina Walthaus reviews Beyond Spain’s Borders: Women Players in Early Modern National Theaters, Anne J. Cruz and María Cristina Quintero, eds (Routledge, 2017).


Nutting & Beck in JWH, Spring 2018

The Journal of Women’s History 30/1 (2018):

Elizabeth Nutting, “Making a Living in Silk: Women’s Work in Islamic and Christian Granada, 1400-1571.”

Lauren Beck, “Women’s Power and Material Exchange in Transatlantic Spain, 1550s-1650s.”

Symposium on the Bicentennial of the Latin American Revolutions in the JHI, Jan 2018

Journal of the History of Ideas, 79/1 (2018):

Elías PaltiRevising History: Introduction to the Symposium on the Bicentennial of the Latin American Revolutions of Independence

Jeremy AdelmanEmpires, Nations, and Revolutions

Francisco A. OrtegaThe Conceptual History of Independence and the Colonial Question in Spanish America

Gabriel EntinCatholic Republicanism: The Creation of the Spanish American Republics during Revolution

Elías PaltiBeyond the “History of Ideas”: The Issue of the “Ideological Origins of the Revolutions of Independence” Revisited

Federica Morelli, Race, Wars, and Citizenship: Free People of Color in the Spanish American Independence

João Paulo PimentaHistory of Concepts and the Historiography of the Independence of Brazil: A Preliminary Diagnosis

Evangelisti Article & Reviews in JEMH 22/1-2

Journal of Early Modern History 22/1-2 (2018):

Sylvia Evangelisti, “Religious Women, Mystic Journeys and Agency in Early Modern Spain.”

David Do Paço reviews Noel Malcolm, Agents of Empire: Knights, Corsairs, Jesuits and Spies in the Sixteenth-Century Mediterranean World (Oxford, 2017).

Nicola Di Cosmo reviews Tonio Andrade, The Gunpowder Age: China, Military Innovation, and the Rise of the West in World History (Princeton, 201).


Ball, “Public Theater and Health Care” on Nursing Clio

Ray Ball, “Public Theater and Health Care in the Early Modern Spanish World,” Nursing Clio, April 19, 2018.

Santaliestra Laura, “Gender, Work & Diplomacy in Baroque Spain,” Gender & History, July 2017

Oliván Santaliestra Laura, “Gender, Work, and Diplomacy in Baroque Spain: The Ambassadorial Couples of the Holy Roman Empire as Arbeitspaare,” Gender and History 29/2 (2017.

Gebhardt, “Microhistory & Microcosm,” JMEMS, January 2017

Jonathan Gebhardt, “Microhistory and Microcosm: Chinese Migrants, Spanish Empire, and Globalization in Early Modern Manila,” Journal of Medieval and Early Modern Studies 47/1 (2017).

Carvalhal & dos Guimarães Sá, “Knightly Masculinity” in Gender & History, July 2016

Hélder Carvalhal and Isabel dos Gusmarães Sá, “Knightly Masculinity, Court Games and Material Culture in Late-medieval Portugal: The Case of Constable Afonso (c.  1480-1504)” in Gender & History 28/2 (2016).

Burke, Clossey, & Fernández-Armesto, “The Global Renaissance” in JWH, March 2017

Journal of World History 28/1 (2017):

Peter Burke, Luke Clossey, & Felipe Fernández-Armesto, “The Global Renaissance.”

Herzog in an “AHR Conversation: Walls, Borders, & Boundaries” in the AHR, Dec 2017

American Historical Review 122/5 (2017):

AHR Conversation: Walls, Borders, & Boundaries in World History: Suzanne Conklin Akbari, Tamar Herzog, Daniel Jütte, Carl Nightingale, William Rankin, Karen Weitzberg.