OUGL RESERVE

unless otherwise specified, the articles listed below are on ereserve (available online). On regular OUGL reserve you will find also a photocopy of each article and in all but 2 cases, the book itself from which it is taken. Connect to 462 online reserve. Para leer los artículos (ficheros "pdf"), hace falta Acrobat reader.

Tema Autor / Call No. Título (Libro y Artículo en Colección)

Sociedad/Mujer (XIII) (Aragón)

 

James A. Brundage DP99.06 1998

"Force and Fear: A Marriage Case from Eleventh-Century Aragon" in On the Social Origins of Medieval Institutions. Essays in Honor of Joseph F. O'Callaghan. Ed. Donald J. Kagay et al, 1998, 11-19.

Sociedad (XIV)

 

William D Phillips, Jr. DP99.06 1998

"Peste Negra: The Fourteenth-Century Plague Epidemics in Iberia" in On the Social Origins of Medieval Institutions. Essays in Honor of Joseph F. O'Callaghan. Ed. Donald J. Kagay et al, 1998, 47-62. (?)

Mapas/Cronología/ España Romana. (V-XIth); España Visigoda

 

Roger Collins, 2nd ed. 1995

"Intro. The Roman Achievement" in Early Medieval Spain. Unity in Diversity, 400-1000. 2nd ed., 1-10; "The Emergence of a New Order", cpt. 1 (11-31); The imposition of Unity", cpt. 2 (32-57).

Mujer

 

Angel Galán Sánchez & Ma Teresa López Beltrán HQ1147 S7 J67 1983

"El «status» teórico de las prostitutas del reino de Granada en la primera mitad del siglo XVI (Las ordenanzas de 1538" in Actas de las III Jornadas de investigación interdisciplinaria. Las mujeres en las ciudades medievales, 1983, 161-169.

Mujer / prostitución: the issue of gender in 16-17th c Spain

 

Mary Elizabeth Perry**

HQ1695 S48 P47 1990

"Prostitutes, Penitents and Brothel Padres" in Gender and Disorder in Early Modern Seville (cpt. 7), New Jersey: Princeton University Press, 1990, pp. 137-152.

Mujer / Viuda

 

María Isabel Pérez de Tudela y Velasco HQ1147 S7 J67 1983

"La condición de la viuda en el medievo castellano-leonés"in Actas de las III Jornadas de investigación interdisciplinaria. Las mujeres en las ciudades medievales, 1983, 87-101.

Mujer / Legal status (XI-XIII)

 

José Manuel Nieto Soria HQ1147 S7 J67 1983

"Mujer en el Libro de los fueros de Castiella (Aproximaciones a la condición sociojurídica de la mujer en Castilla en los siglos XI al XIII)" in Actas de las III Jornadas de investigación interdisciplinaria. Las mujeres en las ciudades medievales, 1983, 75-86.

Mujer / Misoginia

 

MaJesús Lacarra

"Algunos datos para la historia de la misoginia en la Edad Media" in Studia in honorem prof. M. de Riquer, 1986, 339-361.

 

Mujer (condición de) / Inquisición

 

Javier Pérez Escohotado

"Brujerío: sexo y cuestion femenina" in Sexo e Inquisición en España, 1992, 115-140 (pt. 2, cpt. 1) (condición de la mujer; miedo a la mujer; mundo femenil: encantamientos, hechizos, filtros amorosos; el mito del macho cabrío, beatas histéricas)

Mujer / Inqusición

 

Deborah S. Ellis

PN682.V55V55 1998

"Domesticating the Spanish Inquisition" in Violence against Women in Medieval Texts. Anna Roberts, ed. Univ. Press of Florida

Mujer

 

Dayle Seidenspinner-Núñez BX2186.T47213 1998

"Interpretaive Essay" (following edition), in The Writings of Teresa de Cartagena, pp 113-138.

Mujer

 

Mª Eugenia Lacarra

"Representaciones de mujeres en la literatura española de la Edad Media (escrita en castellano) in Breve historia feminista de la literatura española (en lengua castellana) II. La mujer en la literatura Española. Modos de representación desde la Edad Media hasta el siglo XVII, Iris M. Zavala, coord., 21-68.

Mujer

 

Ronald E. Surtz BX1584.S87 1995

"Introduction" in Writing Women in Late medieval and Early Modern Spain, Philadelphia, Univ. of Penn. Press, 1995, 1-20

Mujer

 

Gillian T.W. Ahlgren

BX4700.T4A45 1996

"Conclusion", in Teresa of Avila and the Politics of Sanctity, 167-171.

Mujer / LBA placer/erotismo

 

María Cruz Muriel Tapia PQ6048 W6 M87 1991

Antifeminismo y subestimación de la mujer en la literatura medieval castellanai, pp. 17-51 (Primera parte: los rasgos de un concepto, includes eval. of Juan Ruiz, LBA "dueñas chicas"/ "Serranas")

Mujer

 

Carolyne Larrington

PN 682 W6 L39 1995

"Beguines", "Heretic women", "Saints and mystics" "Secular women" and "Education and Knowledge " in Women and Writing in Medieval Europe. London/NY: Routledge, 1995, pp. 121-125 (from cpt. 4) and 185-191 (from cpt. 6).

Mujer / Monja

 

Mariló Vigil

"La Monja" in La vida de las mujeres en los siglos XVI y XVII,208-261 (cpt. 6).

Mujer / Viuda

 

Mariló Vigil

"La viuda" in La vida de las mujeres en los siglos XVI y XVII, 195-207 (= cpt. 5). (?)

Historia/ Sociedad/ Religión /Mapas/ VIII-XV

 

Stanley G. Payne

"El catolicismo en la Hispania medieval" en La España medieval, 1985, 147-157. (En Suzzalo, la versión inglesa; la biblioteca no tiene la versión española.)

Historia (XVI-XVII)

 

J. H. Elliott

"Monarquía e imperio (1474-1700) in Introducción a la cultura hispánica, ed. Peter E. Russell, 1982, pp. 131-174 (=cpt. 4).

History/ New World / Conquest / México/Peru/Indies

 

John Lynch

DP172.L9 1992

"Spain and America" from From Nation State to World Empire, 211-249 (cpt. 5)

Historia / Sociedad (VIII-XV)

 

R. B. Tate

"Los reinos medievales de la Península Ibérica (hasta 1474)" in Introducción a la cultura hispánica, ed. Peter E. Russell, 1982, pp. 83-130 (=cpt. 3).

 

 

Historia/Sociedad / Musulmanes

 

Richard Hitchcock

"Muslim Spain" in Spain. A Companion to Spanish Studies, ed. R. E. Russell, 1973, 41-63 (overview of its principal epoques).

Sociedad / Monjes/ Musulmanes

 

Vicente Cantarino

"Los mozárabes" and "Monjes" (on the impact of the French religious Order of Cluny) from Entre monjes y musulmanes. El conflicto que fue España, 2nd ed., 1986, 96-117 and 148-65.

Culture (XVI, XVII)

 

Richard L. Kagan

"Las universidades en Castilla, 1500-1700" in Poder y sociedad en la España de los Austrias, J. H. Elliott, ed., 1982, 57-89.

Historia/ Cultura / Países Bajos (XVII)

 

Jonathan I. Israel

Un conflicto entre imperios: España y los Países Bajos, 1618-1648"in in Poder y sociedad en la España de los Austrias, J. H. Elliott, ed., 1982, 145-197.

Culture/ Sociedad

 

Lore Terracini

"Nebrija y Valdés críticos literarios" in Gramática y humanismo. Perspectivas del Renacimiento español, ed. Pedro Ruiz Pérez, 1993 145-162 and a few pages of "La pervivencia de modelos retóricos. Juan de Mena y la evolución poética en el Siglo de Oro" de Juan Matas Caballero (163-169) in which he speaks briefly of Nebrija and Valdés, among others.

Sociedad / Cultura / Minorías (XV)

 

Agustín Redondo

"Aspectos socio-culturales de España a fines del siglo XV (integraciones y exclusiones" in Gramática y humanismo. Perspectivas del Renacimiento español, ed. Pedro Ruíz Pérez, 1993, 27-56.

Inquisición

 

Adrián Blázquez Garbajosa

"Estructura y funcionamiento de la Inquisición" in VII Cursos de Verano en San Sebastián. La Inquisición, dir. By Antonio Bombín Pérez, 1989, 21-32.

Inquisición

 

Ricardo García Cárcel

"Orígenes de la Inquisición" in VII Cursos de Verano en San Sebastián. La Inquisición, dir. By Antonio Bombín Pérez, 1989, 65-71.

Inquisición

 

Jaime Contreras

(Regular OUGL reserve only)

"Sociología de los procesados en Galicia", in VII Cursos de Verano en San Sebastián. La Inquisición, dir. By Antonio Bombín Pérez, 1989, 103-111.

Inquisición

 

Sanford Shepard

Three definitions from Lost Lexicon. Secret meanings in the Vocabulary of Spanish Literature during the Inquisition, 1982 (table of contents and the terms "Dio", "Gato", "Limpio, limpieza", "Manta", and "Marrano", pp. 40-41, 58-9, 66-9, 76-77).

Inquisición / Nuevo mundo / Indios

 

Roberto Moreno de los Arcos BX1735.C84 1991

"New Spain's Inquisition for Indians from the Sixteenth to the Nineteenth Century" in Cultural Encounters. The Impact of the Inquisition in Spain and the New World, M.E. Perry and A. J. Cruz eds, Berkeley: University of California Press, pp 23-36.

Inquisición / (XVI) Alumbrados/ Heresy/ Mysticism

 

Alastair Hamilton BX1735.H35 1992

"Fear of Novelty"in Heresy and Mysticism in Sixteenth-Century Spain, 1992, 91-107 (not all the chapter included).

 

Judío/Converso / Inquisición / Lazarrillo/ El Abencerraje

 

Colbert I. Nepaulsingh PQ6066 N46 1995

(cpt. 6 reg. OUGL reserve only)

"The Texts and Their Inquisitors" in Apples of Gold in Filigreees of Silver. Jewish Writing in the Eye of the Spanish Inquisition, 15-26 (cpt. 2); "Pre-reading Lazarillo" 35-65 ( cpt. 4); "Lazarillo as a Confesso Text", 67-82 (cpt. 5); "El Abencerraje as a Converso Text", 83-101 (cpt. 6 - only on regular OUGL reserv).

Historia/ Cultura /Sociedad/ Política (XVI)

 

Henry Kamen

"Los moriscos en el siglo XVI" from Una sociedad conflictiva: España, 1469-1714, 278-87 and "Olivares", 336-42.

Cultura/ Sociedad / Literatura/ Comedia (XVI-XVII)

 

Anthony J. Cascardi

"The Spanish Comedia and the Resistance to Historical Change"in Ideologies of History in the Spanish Golden Age, 17-46.

Documentos

Convivencia (o no) / Cristianos - musulmanes

 

Colin Smith

Christians and Moors in Spain Vol I [711-1150] (mostly 1-2 page documents - English/Spanish facing pages):

  1. "The origins of Islam (7th Century", from Estoria de España, (=Primera Crónica General, ed. M. Pidal, 2 vols.) cpt. 478. (2-7 - in course PAK)
  2. "The invasion of Spain: another view (711)" from Monumenta Germaniae Historica, Auct. Antiq. II, pp. 352-53 (14-17).
  3. "Lament for the destruction of Spain (711)"-- cpt. 559 of the Estoria de España (Primera Crónica General (cpt. 558=Loor de España), (18-23).
  4. "The Cid's speech to the Moors of Valencia (1094)", recorded by Ibn al-Qama (Estoria de España, cpt. 918) (114-119).
  5. "Alvar Fáñez's defence of Toledo (1109)", from the Poema de Almería in the Chronica Adefonsí Imperatoris of Alfonso VII of León-Castile (1126-57) (138-43).

Documentos

Convivencia/ Women/ 7 Partidas/ LBA / L. de los Estados (13th, 14th c.) / El Abencerraje (15th c.) / Góngora ballad / Cervantes: Coloquio de los perros exerpt

 

 

 

Colin Smith

Desde la pp 134 en adelante, sólo está en resrva normal en OUGL (no ereserve)

Christians and Moors in Spain Vol I. -1195 (English and the orig. language on facing pages) mostly 1-2 page documents):

  1. "The Franciscans try to preach in Seville (1219)" - from Appendix I to the Chronicle of the Franciscan Order, pp. 583-85 (26-31);
  2. The Study of Arabic (mid-13th c.), from the Alfonsí text, Memorial histórico español, I (Madrid, 1851)., p. 54 (61-64);
  3. "Cross-border allegiances (1271-73) from _________, 32-33 (68-73);
  4. "The 'Siete partidas' " on the rights of children situations of captivity or abandonment by the father; criminal law governing Jews and Moors; Juan Ruiz's passage from the Libro de buen amor on his attempted seduction of a moorish girl (strophes 1508-12) (92-93);
  5. " Why God allowed Islam to Emerge", from Juan Manuel's Libro de los estados (frame-talestructure) (94-101);
  6. "The Salado Campagn (1340), an unexpected Christian victory relieving Tarifa (on S. Atlantic coast)", extracts from the Crónica de Alfonso XI (102-111);
  7. "Market forces impose peace with the infidel (1360 treaty b/w Aragon and Tunis)", from a 1934 publication (114-117);
  8. "The Moor, noble knight and lover (c. 1410) from El Abencerraje" (118-121); 3 perspectives on events surrounding the Christian siege of Granada in 1431: a) from the Crónica del Halconero de Juan II (eye-witness account), b) un famoso romance fronterizo (adaptado por C. Smith in Spanish Ballads and c) passsage from Juan de Mena's allegorical poem El laberinto de la Fortuna (all 15th c. tho the ballad wasn't recorded until the16th) (122-133).
  9. "A heretic flees to Granada (1443) Letter to King John II of Castile from Fray Alonso de Mella", a Franciscan monk seeking to clear himself from the accusation of heresy (134-35);
  10. "Christmas festivities in Jaén" ( account of a "Juego de Cañas", a simulated combat with much ceremony b/w Miguel Lucas and the Moors of Jaén, 136-41);
  11. "Granada on the Eve of Surrender (1491)", from the Crónica de los Reyes Católicos by A. de Santa Cruz, mss 1550 (145-51);
  12. "The King if Tlemcen [Algeria] becomes King Ferdinand's vassal (1512) from Historia de los Reyes Católicos, 1513 (156-59; "Oppression and protest (1566)", an account of Moorish protest in Granada to the new pressures exerted by Cisneros to repress "morisco" customs (here the custom of bathing) and convert them (160-163);
  13. "The Alpujarra rebellion (1568-70)" Diego Hurtado de Mendoza's account of the Granadan morisco revolt (164-67); the Galley-slave (1583), as depicted in Góngora's ballad on the subject "Amarrado al duro banco" (168-171);
  14. "The final chapter (1609?)" on the expulsion of the "moriscos" (the reflections of the dog Berganza (Cervantes' Coloquio de los perros) 172-175;
  15. "Postscript: Sancho Panza meets an old friend [Ricote] (1614)", from pt. II of Don Quijote, cpt. 54 (176-179).

Online Sources (full text on line):     http://libro.uca.edu/   Index of authors/titles
The Library of Iberian Resources Online (LIBRO) is a joint project of the American Academy of Research Historians of Medieval Spain and the University of Central Arkansas. Its task is to make available to users the best scholarship about the peoples and nations of the Iberian peninsula. Consequently, the book list is principally drawn from recent, but out-of-print university press monographs. These are presented in full-text format and reproduce all the matter included in the original print version. Initially, the collection focuses upon the Hispanic Middle Ages, ca. 500 to 1500, but will eventually expand to include titles from the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries as well. The Editorial Board welcomes suggestions for additions to the booklist. The establishment of LIBRO has been made possible through the generosity of the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation and the University of Central Arkansas.

Other Sources (not on reserve):

David Abulafia. Spain and 1492: Unity and Univormity under Ferndinand and Isabella. Headstart History Papers, 1992.

Donald J. Kagay & Joseph T. Snow. Medieval Iberia. Essays on the History and Literature of Medieval Spain. Peter Lang, 1997. [DP97.3 M44 1997].

Manuela Marín, ed. The Formation of Al-Andalus Part I: History and Society. Ashgate, 1998. [DP103 F67 1998, v. 1] and The Formation of Al-Andalus Part II: Language, Religion, Culture and the Sciences [DP103 F67 1998, v. 2].

Cristina Segura. Las mujeres en el medievo hispano, Cuadernos de Investigación medieval, vol. 1 (1984) [HQ1147 S7 S34 1984].

C. R. Boxer. Women In Iberian Expansion Overseas, 1415-1815. NY: Oxford University Press, 1975. [HQ1149 S7 B68] (2nd copy on Suzzalo shelves)

Kathryn Gravdal. Ravishing Maidens: Writing Rape in medieval French Literature and Law. Philadelphia: U. of Penn. Press, 1991. [PQ155 W6 G7 1991]

Jocelyn Catty. Writing Rape, Writing Women in Early Modern England. London: Macmillan Press Ltd, NY: St. Martin's Press, Inc., 1999. [PR428.R37C38 1999]

Heath Dillard. Daughters of the Reconquest: women in Castilian town society, 1100-1300. Cambridge, Cambridge Univ. P., 1984. [HQ 1147 C37 D54 984]

John Lynch. The Hispanic World in Crisis and Change 1598-1700. Oxford: Blackwell, 1992 [DP182 L96 1992]

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