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Chapter 1. Denounce wear and tear
The wear and tear are in court at the end of the 18th century: they have slipped into the associations and loans we know well thanks to the multiplication of notarial acts, the instrumentum publicum. They have grown thanks to the opportunities offered by the inflation of transactions that affect all...
Love is an invention of the 18th century: courtyard rumours around Alphonse VIII de Castille in Chronica regum Castellae
An invention of the 18th century The love is an invention of the 18th century. We have chosen to divert the famous — and controversial — quote from Denis de Rougemont to present our work. I think there is no need to remember that love is one of the topics most discussed in the literatures of all str...
History of historical republicanism in the Canary Islands
Analysis of historical research work on Canaries republicanism prior to the Second Republic provides information on various issues. These include the appearance of such studies and the temporal variation in the number of publications, the professional profile of researchers, the dissemination of the...
The Spanish democratic transition seen by current TV: building and deconstructing a myth
Introduction Can a transition without television be imagined? It seems to have played a key role not only in promoting political change but in writing the great mythical and federative narrative of Spain’s transition from dictatorship to democracy: The televisión fue esencial para afrontar esos momo...
San Agustín in the Flagship Hispanic literature: an approximation
We know nothing about San Agustín’s influence on the flagship literature. It is certainly surprising that almost no one has wondered about the influence of Hipona Bishop on this type of book, born when the xvi century has already entered and reaching its peak in the next centuries. Above all, becaus...
Agustino Martín Lutero, the breakdown of Christianity and the origins of protonacionalism in Europe
None is less natural than freedom of conscience. Modern societies need unified beliefs to maintain cohesion. The topic I am presenting here is part of a broader and Catholic research, more specifically on the political and religious culture aspects that defended both internally and externally the Hi...
The law of the duel
This book is the culmination of research into an area which, despite its importance, has remained virtually unexplored to date: the establishment and operation in Spain of the Habsbourgs of a Code of Honour which gives itself the duel for a symbolic horizon. The satisfaction or reparation of honoura...
Augustin in xvia-century Europe: construction and deconstruction of a textual authority
‘If Saint Augustin came today and he was as unauthorised as his advocates, he would not do anything. God led his Church to send him with authority’. Pascal expressed in an astonishing way the theological status of Augustin in the xviia century, that of a pre-existing authority, already given, which...
Chapter V. ‘invention’ of a juanist public: the socio-political spaces for the polarisation of feathers wars
A dispute involving ever-increasing numbers of actors, we have highlighted the existence of text circulation spaces and their internal deployment dynamics. Given that the political significance of language lies primarily in its communication dimension, it is now necessary to see which social spaces...
Chapter VI. Mobilisation strategies
As we have seen in the previous two chapters, to grasp the phenomenon of mobilisation in its complexity requires that account be taken of all the resources used and their interaction through a dynamic that produces synergies and surprises the actors by its unpredictable effects, resulting in unprece...
Chapter V. The control of the creole elite by the King and his representatives
The control of the creole elite was to be ensured in Cuba, as in any part of the Empire, on two levels: local and metropolitan. At regional level, in Havana itself, the control was entrusted to the master general and the intendent. The first, above all, had the express task of regularly informing th...
Introduction to the fourth part
What does a degree serve for? This question will often have been asked. And, invariably, the following answers will have been given: it is a window, it is a hook. You will sometimes have added: it is an effort, as tense as possible, to synthesise the heart of the fruit. This was proposed in barge ti...
Dios and César
In 1633, an extraordinary embassy headed by the Dray Domingo Pimentel, Bishop of Córdoba, and the Minister of Castile-Juan ChumSteel to present, on behalf of Felipe IV, a memorial with information on the grievances and abuses committed by the Tribunal de la Nunciatura, which, acting in conjunction w...
We have limited our scrutiny to politics, seeking in institutional forms the underlying consensus that gives each system its particular nature and dynamics. We are not looking for a global story. The changes we describe must of course be read in a broader context. How can we explain American indepen...
Oak cia, apotegma and bark hagiography: from the engineer to stultitia (I) The exemplary risa
Risus exemplaris The following pages hardly seek to insinulate the theoretical budgets that feed into the link between risa and santidad present in an average dozen collections of short forms, the detailed analysis of which should be left for a second delivery of this study. These are texts that she...
The ridicule triggers the hagiography
The reading of the hagiographic stories from the Middle Ages to the Golden Sigm is often for the reader of the 21st century source of risa or at least smile. The accumulation of the substitutes suffered by martyrs, the description of strialary mylagros are, for men who have been educated in a cultur...
The sanctuaries in the Lope theatre and the world of work of their time: a controversial relationship
The comedy [of healthy], a portrait of the society of the time? I would like to start my intervention by recognising the interest that I raised from the outset in the title of this day of study: “Health and work”. This is because, as a historian of theatre, I immediately recognised the challenge whi...
Santos y diablos in the Code of Old Orders
The santo/diablo couple enters from Vitae and Flos SANCTORUM to the theatre scene as an additional exponent of the vast catequisation process undertaken by the Spanish Church since the end of the 15th century, which will culminate in the Postridentine period. In order to contribute to the analysis o...
Demographic recovery, economic growth and social stratification in the Aragonese prepyrinee at the end of the Middle Ages
This article consists of presenting the main results obtained in the course of my doctoral research into the Sos trip and the Aragonese district of the Cinco Villas in the Lower Middle Ages. In this regard, it should be noted that both the thesis and this work represent a proposal to analyse the rea...
The scenisation of the sandwich space in two works by Lope de Vega: Barlán and Josafá and El santo Black Rosambuco from the city of Palermo
The dramatic argument, in the hagiographic theatre, suffers from the need to integrate traditional data dictated by the legend rather than on other topics. I intend to study, with a number of examples taken from Barlán and Josafá and a single, complementary example, taken from the black santo Rosamb...
Ramire and his brothers or the origins of the Kingdom of Aragon. Discursive strategies and significant alterations in the Chronics of Fabricio de Vagad and Gonzalo García de Santa María
See Summer to be: this is the reason for all historical production in the Middle Ages. The medieval conception of history means, to use the words of Colette Beaune, that ‘only what has been a reference point’ means that the present can only be understood in its relation to the past, which serves bot...
Of gallan unadapted to healthy: the hierarchical relations of the santo with his human environment in El Serafín human in Lope de Vega
This work is dedicated to the comedia of the sandy of Lope de Vega El Serafín, which dramatically exploits the life of San Francisco de Asís, a curious honorary motif in the title and which will find its explanation at the second event. Talking about the bass of angels, a well-known voice: A Voz Thi...
Risa of the infiel and carnavalisation of the martyrial rite at the Antonio de Sosa Martier Dialogue
The topic of the colloquium that brings us together, risa and plentiful, allowed us to read with renewed interest the work of the friend of Cervantes, Antonio de Sosa, whose captivity in Algiers coincided with that of the captive illustration between 1580 and 1585, according to his testimony in Algi...
The human environment of the ‘captive santo’ and its role in a scatological construction of time, in the Topographia and General History of Algiers
The sum of theologist Antonio de Sosa, entitled Topographia and History of Algiers, published in 1612 and whose authorship was imputed to Diego de Haedo for centuries, invites us to reflect on the development of a model of declinated santidad in different forms but unequivocal in death. Throughout t...
Chapter 8. The church and the monitoring of the pairing
We have referred to the pairing as a criminal manifestation developed within ecclesiastical structures or entirely outside any official spiritual control. Since the late Roman era, the Church had always had a lot to fear about the manifestations of piage not controlled by its hierarchies and, in gen...