Archivo Histórico de Diputados

Archivo Histórico de Diputados (1810 – 1977) lets you search by profession, dates, name, elections, party, constituency.
Visit http://www.congreso.es/portal/page/portal/Congreso/Congreso/SDocum/ArchCon/SDHistoDipu/SDIndHistDip.

Gaceta/Gazeta de Madrid

The Gaceta/Gazeta de Madrid is posted here in all its incarnations from 1661 until after the Transition.
Visit http://www.boe.es/buscar/gazeta.php.

H-Net

H-Net has a discussion list on contemporary Spain: H-Spain.
Visit http://www.h-net.org/~spain/.

Portal de Archivos Españoles (PARES)

The Portal de Archivos Españoles, PARES, provides access to materials in several different Spanish state archives.
Visit http://pares.mcu.es/.

Serai

Serai is an interdisciplinary place of exchange for scholars and others seeking to explore inter-cultural, -linguistic and -religious relations in the early modern period. We welcome those studying within and at the intersections of history, literature, visual culture, ethnography, architecture, translation studies, sexuality studies, post-colonial studies, and globalism, among other fields. Such transnational and trans-disciplinary perspectives will be the impetus of our quarterly blogs, photo essays, and spotlighted archival documents. We also seek to increase interdisciplinary awareness and participation by serving as a central site for the posting of CFPs, new publications and other announcements relevant to this broadly conceived field of study.
Visit http://earlymodernexchange.ning.com/.

History Associates

History Associates is an organization comprised of historians, archivists and records managers. Collectively, our staff brings decades of practical experience and academic training to a broad array of research services and history projects. In addition to historical research, archival services, exhibit planning and records management, we are often a valuable resource for writers and reports who are researching a particular historical period or require assistance locating historical data or information.
Visit http://www.historyassociates.com/.

Spanish Film Club (SFC)

Spanish Film Club (SFC) offers grants to universities to bring an Ibero-American film festival to campus. Grants cover between 30% and 50% of the costs and come with programming advice, as well as the possibility of scheduling Q&As with filmmakers. The deadline for grant applications is October 15, 2017.
Visit https://pragda.com/spanish-film-club/.

Early Modern Spanish History Notes blog

Scott Taylor’s blog, Early Modern Spanish History Notes, features recent publications and reviews related to Spanish history.

Visit http://emspanishhistorynotes.wordpress.com/.

“Spanish Fútbol” bibliography

Andrew H. Lee of New York University has shared a bibliography that he developed for the “Spanish Fútbol” roundtable at the San Diego conference.

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