The Victors and the Vanquished: Christians
and Muslims of Catalonia and Aragon, 1050-1300. Catlos, Brian
The Story of Wamba: Julian of
Toledo's Historia Wambae regis.
Early Modern Spain
Spain in the Age of Exploration,
1492-1819. Edited by Chiyo Ishikawa.
Juana the Mad: Sovereignty and Dynasty
in Renaissance Europe. Aram, Bethany.
Sex Crimes, Honour, and the Law in
Early Modern Spain: Vizcaya, 1528-1735. Barahona, Renato.
The Handless Maiden: Moriscos
and the Politics of Religion in Early Modern Spain. Jews, Christians,
and Muslims from the Ancient to the Modern World. Perry, Mary
The Inquisition of Francisca. A
Sixteenth-Century Visionary on Trial. Apóstoles, Francisca
Religious Women in Golden Age Spain:
The Permeable Cloister. Lehfeldt, Elizabeth A.
The Prince and the Infanta. The
Cultural Politics of the Spanish Match. Redworth, Glyn.
Modern and Contemporary Spain
Historia de Moreda (1879-2004) y Rivière
(1854-2004): Un siglo y medio de trefilería en España.
Paloma Fernández Pérez.
Fighting for Franco: International
Volunteers in Nationalist Spain during the Spanish Civil War,
1936-1939. Keene, Judith.
Memory and Amnesia. The Role of
the Spanish Civil War in the Transition to Democracy. Aguilar,
Républicains espagnols en
Midi-Pyrénées: Exil, Histoire et Memoire.
Interpreting Spanish Colonialism.
Empires, Nations and Legends. Schmidt-Nowara, Christopher, and
John Nieto-Phillips, eds.
Cervantes's Novel of Modern Times:
A New Reading of 'Don Quijote.' Quint, David.
Spain and the United States
Spain and the Independence of the United
States: An Intrinsic Gift. Thomas E. Chávez.
Don Alvaro, or the Force of Fate.
Saavedra, Ángel de, Duke of Rivas.
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