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Speaking Of Spain

Author : Antonio Feros
ISBN : 9780674045514
Genre : History
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Momentous changes swept Spain in the fifteenth century: royal marriage united its two largest kingdoms, the last Muslim emirate fell to Catholic armies, and conquests in the Americas were turning Spain into a great empire. Yet few people could define “Spanishness” concretely. Antonio Feros traces Spain’s evolving ideas of nationhood and ethnicity.
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Author : Sarah Wehrli
ISBN : 9781606838952
Genre : Religion
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Si usted se ha preguntado alguna vez, porqué está en la tierra o cual es el plan de Dios para su vida, entonces no está solo. Cada uno de nosotros tiene calor para Dios y en el Cuerpo de Cristo. Hay un destino específico e individual que solamente usted puede llevar a cabo. La pregunta es - ¿está canubabdi cinpletamente en esa asignación divina? Tal vez haya experimentado pruebas en su vida y ha optado por rendirse y no darle la oportunidad a Dios ni a Sus planes. Si este es el caso, anímese, Dios está con usted y Él le ha dado toda la gracia que necesita para levantarse de su dificultad. Así que no se rinda en su asignación. Usted está viviendo en este tiempo de la historia por una razón específica ¡Está aquí para un tiempo como este!
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The Sephardic Atlantic

Author : Sina Rauschenbach
ISBN : 9783319991962
Genre : Social Science
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This volume contributes to the growing field of Early Modern Jewish Atlantic History, while stimulating new discussions at the interface between Jewish Studies and Postcolonial Studies. It is a collection of substantive, sophisticated and variegated essays, combining case studies with theoretical reflections, organized into three sections: race and blood, metropoles and colonies, and history and memory. Twelve chapters treat converso slave traders, race and early Afro-Portuguese relations in West Africa, Sephardim and people of color in nineteenth-century Curaçao, Portuguese converso/Sephardic imperialist behavior, Caspar Barlaeus’ attitude toward Jews in the Sephardic Atlantic, Jewish-Creole historiography in eighteenth-century Suriname, Savannah’s eighteenth-century Sephardic community in an Altantic setting, Freemasonry and Sephardim in the British Empire, the figure of Columbus in popular literature about the Caribbean, key works of Caribbean postcolonial literature on Sephardim, the holocaust, slavery and race, Canadian Jewish identity in the reception history of Esther Brandeau/Jacques La Fargue and Moroccan-Jewish memories of a sixteenth-century Portuguese military defeat.
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Hercules And The King Of Portugal

Author : Dian Fox
ISBN : 9781496212153
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Hercules and the King of Portugal investigates how representations of masculinity figure in the fashioning of Spanish national identity, scrutinizing ways that gender performances of two early modern male icons--Hercules and King Sebastian--are structured to express enduring nationhood. The classical hero Hercules features prominently in Hispanic foundational fictions and became intimately associated with the Hapsburg monarchy in the early sixteenth century. King Sebastian of Portugal (1554-78), both during his lifetime and after his violent death, has been inserted into his own land's charter myth, even as competing interests have adapted his narratives to promote Spanish power. The hybrid oral and written genre of poetic Spanish theater, as purveyor and shaper of myth, was well situated to stage and resolve dilemmas relating both to lineage determined by birth and performance of masculinity, in ways that would ideally uphold hierarchy. Dian Fox's ideological analysis exposes how the two icons are subject to political manipulations in seventeenth-century Spanish theater and other media. Fox finds that officially sanctioned and sometimes popularly produced narratives are undercut by dynamic social and gendered processes: "Hercules" and "Sebastian" slip outside normative discourses and spaces to enact nonnormative behaviors and unreproductive masculinities.
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