Articles

“Shifting the Frame: Trans-imperial Approaches to Gender in the Atlantic World.” With Susan A. Amussen. Early Modern Women: An Interdisciplinary Journal

“Sin.” In The Lexikon of the Hispanic Baroque: Technologies of a Transatlantic Culture ed. Kenneth Mills and Evonne Levy, 317-319.  Austin: University of Texas Press, 2013.

“Upending Patriarchy: Rethinking Marriage and Family in Early Modern Europe.” In The Ashgate Research Companion to Women and Gender in Early Modern Europe, ed. Allyson M. Poska, Jane Couchman and Katherine McIver, 195-21. Farnham, UK: Ashgate Press, 2013.

“Restoring Miranda: Gender and the Limits of European Patriarchy in the Early Modern Atlantic World.” coauthored with Susan D. Amussen Journal of Global History 7:3 (November 2012): 342-363.

“An Ocean Apart: Reframing Gender in the Spanish Empire.” In Women of the Iberian Atlantic ed. Sarah E. Owens and Jane E. Mangan, 37-56. Baton Rough: Louisiana State University Press, 2012.

“Campesinas transatlánticas: Las mujeres y la migración en el imperio español al fin del siglo XVIII.” Nuevo Mundo, Mundos Nuevos, Debates, 2012, 19 June 2012 http://nuevomundo.revues.org/63354.

“Public Health, Peasant Bodies, and the Spanish Colonization of Patagonia.” Social History of Medicine 25:2 (2012):290-306.

“Babies on Board: Women, Children, and Imperial Policy in the Spanish Empire.” Gender and History 22:2 (August 2010): 269-283. Honorable Mention  2011 Society for the Study of Early Modern Women Essay and Article Award.

“How Women’s History Transformed the Study of Early Modern Spain.” Bulletin of the Society for Spanish and Portuguese Historical Studies 23:1 (2008): 5-19.

“’A Married Man is a Woman’: Negotiating Masculinity in Early Modern Northwestern Spain,” in Masculinity in the Reformation Era eds. Scott Hendrix and Susan Karant-Nunn, 3-20. Kirksville, MO: Truman State University Press, 2008.

“Spain,” in Reformation and Early Modern Europe: A Guide to Research ed. David M. Whitford, 290-308. Kirksville, MO: Truman State University Press, 2008.

“Managing Stress?: Connecting Research and Pedagogy in Women’s History.” In Structures and Subjectivities: Attending to Early Modern Women ed. Joan E. Hartman and Adele Seeff, 341-355. Newark: University of Delaware Press, 2007.

“Elusive Virtue: Rethinking the Role of Female Chastity in Early Modern Spain.” Journal of Early Modern History 8:1-2 (June 2004): 135-146.

“Confessionalization and Social Discipline in Early Modern Spain.” Archiv für Reformationsgeschichte 94 (2003): 308-319.

“Redefining Expectations: Women and the Church in Early Modern Spain.” coauthored with Elizabeth A. Lehfeldt. In Gender and Religion in the Old and New Worlds: A Transatlantic Perspective, ed. Susan E. Dinan and Debra A. Meyers, 21-42. New York: Routledge, 2001. Spanish Edition: Mujeres y religión en el viejo y nuevo mundo en la edad moderna. Madrid: Narcea, 2002.

“Gender, Property, and Retirement Strategies in Early Modern Northwestern Spain.” Journal of Family History 25:3 (July 2000): 313-325.

“When Bigamy is the Charge: Gallegan Women and the Holy Office.” In Women in the Inquisition: Spain and the New World, ed. Mary Giles, 189-205. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1998. Spanish edition: Mujeres en la Inquisición: La persecución del Santo Oficio en España y el nuevo mundo. Barcelona: Ediciones Martínez Roca, 2000.

“From Parties to Pieties: Redefining Confraternal Activity in Seventeenth-Century Ourense (Spain).” In Confraternities and Catholic Reform in Italy, France, and Spain, Sixteenth Century Essays and Studies, ed. John Patrick Donnelly, S.J. and Michael W. Maher, S.J., vol. 44, 215-231. Kirksville, Mo: Thomas Jefferson University Press, 1999.

“When Love Goes Wrong: Getting Out of Marriage in Seventeenth-Century Spain.” Journal of Social History 29:4 (June 1996): 871-882.

“Matters of Life and Death in Galicia.” Mediterranean Studies, vol. 4 (1994): 103-124.

“Popular Religion in Portugal.” Encyclopedia of the Reformation, ed. Hans Hillerbrand, vol.3, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1995

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