The 2022 conference will be held in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, April 7-9, 2022. See the Conferences page for more information and updates.
The Bulletin for Spanish and Portuguese Historical Studies is seeking a new general editor! Learn more here.
The Association for Spanish and Portuguese Historical Studies (ASPHS) promotes interest in the scholarly study of Spain and Portugal through History and related disciplines. Membership is open to all interested in the scholarly study of Spain and Portugal.
ASPHS sponsors an annual conference and publishes an annual Newsletter and journal, the Bulletin for Spanish and Portuguese Historical Studies.
ASPHS provides small subventions for regional and local meetings or workshops for activities related to our mission to promote the scholarly study of Spain and Portugal through History.
ASPHS awards annual prizes: the A.H. de Oliveira Marques Prize in Portuguese History for best peer-reviewed article or book chapter; the Bishko Prize for best article on medieval Iberian history published by a North American scholar; and, on a three-year rotation, prizes for Best Dissertation, Best Early Career Article, Best First Book.
Now that the ASPHS is an official charitable organization, we encourage donations as well as membership renewal to keep the business of the Association going, including the Bulletin and the prizes. Donations will also support the growth of a graduate student fund to be used for travel to future Conferences. Many thanks for your support!
Congratulations to the winners of this year’s ASPHS prizes:
Best Dissertation: Mónica García Fernández
A.H. de Oliveira Marques Prize: Darlene Abreu-Ferreira
Bishko Prize: Pamela A. Patton
ASPHS Member Directory
The ASPHS member directory allows you to connect with other members and check the status of your membership.
Access to the member directory is restricted to ASPHS members.
Individual membership information is available only to the member.
The ASPHS @ 50
Produced for the 50th anniversary of the Association for Spanish and Portuguese Historical Studies, the video features personal reflections by a representative group of its members. Most of the individual videos are in English, but a few are in Spanish or include phrases in Portuguese.
2020 ASPHS Newsletter
The 2020 volume of the newsletter has been published.
Thanks to editor Clinton Young.
Bulletin (44:1, 2019) Iberia in Entangled and Transnational Contexts
Thanks to co-editors Andrea R. Davis and Scott Eastman, book review editor Rachael Ball, and all the contributors.
The editors would like to extend their thanks to Andrew H. Lee for his editorial assistance as BSPHS transitions to a new publishing platform, which will be embedded within this website by April 2020. Stay posted!
Call for Prize Submissions
ASPHS solicits submissions for its annual prizes: the Best Early Career Article, the Bishko Prize for medieval Iberian history, and the Oliveira Marques Prize for Portuguese history. For more information, see the Prizes & Subventions page. Submissions are due by December 31, 2020.