Review of Eduardo Olid Guerrero and Esther Fernández, eds., Susan Doran (Forward), The Image of Elizabeth I in Early Modern Spain

Review of Elena Del Río Parra, Exceptional Crime in Early Modern Spain: Taxonomic and Intellectual Perspective

Review of Geoffrey Parker, Emperor: A New Life of Charles V

Review of Ilenia Colón Mendoza and Margaret Ann Zaho, eds., Spanish Royal Patronage 1412–1804: Portraits as Propaganda

Review of Michelle Armstrong-Partida, Alexandra Guerson, and Dana Wessell Lightfoot, eds., Women and Community in Medieval and Early Modern Iberia

Review of Lauren Beck, Illustrating El Cid: 1498 to Today

Obituary of Aurora G. Morcillo (1962-2020)

Obituary of David Ringrose (1938-2020)

Research on Lockdown: Digital Scholarship in Madrid during the COVID-19 Pandemic

Combining digital and in-person archival research is optimal for historical scholarship, yet there are many reasons why this balance cannot always be achieved. The work/life gender inequity in academia has already made research time precarious for many; the COVID-19 pandemic made it nearly impossible. As a reflection on doing Iberian History in a time of crisis, this article provides a starting point for digital scholarship in the field of 20th Century Iberian History via a case study. In dialogue with Lara Putnam’s article “The Transnational and the Text-Searchable,” the limitations of a purely “digital turn” in historical research became apparent as the author researched a Spanish Mauthausen concentration camp survivor during the coronavirus pandemic in Madrid in the Spring of 2020.