Vol 6, No 2 (2017)

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3989/chdj.2017.v6.i2


Interiority, Subject, Authority: Conversions and Counter-Reformation in the Construction of the Modern Subject (16th-17th centuries)

Table of Contents

Editorial

[en]
Interiority, Subject, Authority: Conversions and Counter-Reformation in the Construction of the Modern Subject (16th-17th Centuries)
Fernando Rodríguez Mediano, Carlos Cañete
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Dossier

[en]
When Hell is Other People. Interiority and Skepticism in António Lopes da Veiga
Fernando Rodríguez Mediano, Carlos Cañete
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[en]
The Confessing Subject and the Construction of Modern Catholic Selves
Moshe Sluhovsky
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[en]
Assessing Consent through External Signs. Three Cases of Madness, Repulsion and Love before the Tribunal of the Roman Rota (1579-1619)
Isabelle Poutrin
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[en]
Questioning the 1623 Edict of Grace: Differentiating Between Orthodox and Heterodox Interiority
Jessica J. Fowler
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[en]
Denouncing your Own Sin: the Struggle for Subjectivity through the Publicization of Penance in Spanish Convents
Antoine Roullet
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[en]
“Meddling with Royal Hearts”: Interiority and Privanza (1598-1643)
Javier Patiño-Loira
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Américo Castro’s Conversos and the Question of Subjectivity
Miriam Bodian
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Articles

[en]
The Gestation of Modern Gastronomy in Spain (1900-1936)
Ainhoa Aguirregoitia-Martínez, Mª Dolores Fernández-Poyatos
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Writing on History

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Images of the New World. Iberoamerican Art in the CSIC Photography Archive
Wifredo Rincón García
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