Exhibition: “Bartolomé Bermejo: Master of the Spanish Renaissance,” The National Gallery, 12 June-29 Septbmer 2019.
Exhibition catalog: Letizia Treves; with contributions by Paul Ackroyd, Rachel Billinge, Lorne Campbell, Tobias Capwell, Gabriele Finaldi, Akemi Luisa Herráez Vossbrink, Gabriiella Macaro, Joan Molina Figueras, David Peggie, and Marika Spring, Bartolomé Bermejo: Master of the Spanish Renaissance (Yale, 2019).
Renaissance Quarterly 72/2 (2019):
David Souto Alcalde reviews La invención de las noticias: Las relaciones de sucesos entre la literatura y la información (siglos XVI-XVIII), Giovanni Ciapelli and Valentina Nider, eds (Università degli studi di Trento, 2017).
Suzanne Sutherland reviews Idan Sherer, Warriors for a Living: The Experience of the Spanish Infantry in the Italian Wars, 1494-1559 (Brill, 2017).
Fabian Persson reviews Alistair Malcolm, Royal Favouritism and the Governing Elite of the Spanish Monarchy, 1640-1665 (OUP, 2017).
Mónica Morales reviews José Carlos de la Puente Luna, Andean Cosmopolitans: Seeking Justice and Reward at the Spanish Royal Court (University of Texas Press, 2018).
Christopher B. Weimer reviews Enrique García Santo-Tomás, The Refracted Muse: Literature and Optics in Early Modern Spain, trans. Vincent Barletta (University of Chicago Press, 2017).
The American Historical Review 124/2 (2019):
Jacqueline Holler reviews Sarah E. Owens, Nuns Navigating the Spanish Empire (University of New Mexico, 2017).
Sean F. McEnroe reviews David Rex Galindo, To Sin No More: Franciscans and Conversion in the Hispanic World, 1683-1830 (Stanford, 2017).
Louise M. Burkhart reviews Nancy Farriss, Tongues of Fire: Language and Evangelization in Colonial Mexico (Oxford, 2018).
John Tolan reviews Olivia Remie Constable, To Live Like a Moor: Christian Perceptions of Muslim Identity in Medieval and Early Modern Spain (Penn, 2018).
The American Historical Review, 124/1 (2019):
Bianca Premo and Yanna Yannakakis, “A Court of Sticks and Branches: Indian Jurisdiction in Colonial Mexico and Beyond.”
Ana E. Schaposchnik reviews Karoline P. Cook, Forbidden Passages: Muslims and Moriscos in Colonial Spanish America (Penn, 2016).
The American Historical Review 123/5 (2018):
Natalia Sobrevilla Perea reviews Antonio Feros, Speaking of Spain: The Evolution of RAce and Nation in the Hispanic World (Harvard, 2017).
Paul Niell reviews Antonio Urquízar-Herrera, Admiration and Awe: Morisco Buildings and Identity Negotiations in Early Modern Spanish Historiography (Oxford, 2017).
Antonio Berrera reviews John T. Wing, Roots of Empire: Forests and State Power in Early Modern Spain, c. 1500-1750 (Brill, 2015).
Felipe Fernández-Armesto reviews Jodi Campbell, At the First Table: Food and Social Identity in Early Modern Spain (Nebraska, 2017).
The Journal of Modern History 91/2 (2019):
Werner Thomas reviews Judging Faith, Punishing Sin: Inquisitions and Consistories in the Early Modern World, Charles H. Parker and Gretchen Starr-LeBeau, eds.
Damian Howard, “Islam’s lost paradise: Tolerance and conflict in early modern Spain” reviews Brian A. Catlos, Kingdoms of Faith: A New History of Islamic Spain (2018) in the Times Literary Supplement, May 19, 2019.
The Journal of Early Modern History 23/1 (2019):
Joaquim Alves Gaspar and Henrique Leitão, “Early Modern Nautical Charts and Maps: Working through Different Cartographic Paradigms.”
Scott K. Taylor reviews Olivia Remie Constable, To Live Like a Moor: Christian Perceptions of Muslim Identity in Medieval and Early Modern Spain.
Two years late but still worth knowing about:
David Gelber, “The light and shade of Carlos III of Spain,” Apollo, January 18, 2017
The New York Review of Books, May 9, 2019:
J.H. Elliott, “Spain’s America,” a review of Robert Goodwin, América: The Epic Story of Spanish North America, 1493-1898 (Bloomsbury, 2019) and Carrie Gibson, El Norte: The Epic and Forgotten Story of Hispanic North America (Atlantic Monthly Press, 2019).