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The Routledge Companion to the Hispanic Enlightenment

Edited by: Elizabeth Franklin Lewis , Mónica Bolufer Peruga , Catherine M. Jaffe , Brad Epps , Javier Muñoz-Basols

Print publication date:  October  2019
Online publication date:  September  2019

Print ISBN: 9781138747791
eBook ISBN: 9781315180281
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The Routledge Companion to the Hispanic Enlightenment is an interdisciplinary volume that brings together an international team of contributors to provide a unique transnational overview of the Hispanic Enlightenment, integrating both Spain and Latin America.

Challenging the usual conceptions of the Enlightenment in Spain and Latin America as mere stepsisters to Enlightenments in other countries, the Companion explores the existence of a distinctive Hispanic Enlightenment.

The interdisciplinary approach makes it an invaluable resource for students of Hispanic studies and researchers unfamiliar with the Hispanic Enlightenment, introducing them to the varied aspects of this rich cultural period including the literature, visual art, and social and cultural history.

Table of contents

Prelims Download PDF
Chapter  1:  The Enlightenment in Spain* Download PDF
Chapter  2:  Other empires Download PDF
Chapter  3:  The georacial past in the New World present Download PDF
Chapter  4:  A line of touch Download PDF
Chapter  5:  School or battlefield? Capmany’s modernity* Download PDF
Chapter  6:  Contesting the grounds for feminism in the Hispanic eighteenth century Download PDF
Chapter  7:  Doubting the lettered city Download PDF
Chapter  8:  Connecting with European political economy in Spain Download PDF
Chapter  9:  Women as public intellectuals during the Hispanic Enlightenment Download PDF
Chapter  10:  Seduction narratives as a platform for social change in eighteenth-century Spain Download PDF
Chapter  11:  Negotiating subjectivities on the fringes of the empire Download PDF
Chapter  12:  The urban cultural model Download PDF
Chapter  13:  Enlightenment thinking, court sociability, and visual culture Download PDF
Chapter  14:  “Open the door so that misery may leave” Download PDF
Chapter  15:  The Enlightenment and its interpreters* Download PDF
Chapter  16:  Circles of Enlightenment Download PDF
Chapter  17:  British impressions of Spain and its empire in the Age of Enlightenment  Download PDF
Chapter  18:  The role of Holland House in the diffusion, exchange, and transformation of Spanish enlightened ideas, 1793–1845 Download PDF
Chapter  19:  Translation in Enlightenment Spain* Download PDF
Chapter  20:  “Todos los progresos que ha hecho el entendimiento humano” Download PDF
Chapter  21:  To combat but not to arms Download PDF
Chapter  22:  Poverty, punishment, and the Enlightenment in the Spanish empire Download PDF
Chapter  23:  “Relentless war” Download PDF
Chapter  24:  Majos in Madrid, presidiarios across empire Download PDF
Chapter  25:  Found in translation Download PDF
Chapter  26:  Inquisition and Enlightenment Download PDF
Chapter  27:  Positive and negative presence of a “radical Enlightenment” in New Spain* Download PDF
Chapter  28:  Enlightenment, reform, and revolution in the Viceroyalty of Peru* Download PDF
Chapter  29:  The Constitution of Cádiz and Spanish-American independence  Download PDF
Index Download PDF
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