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Related Professional Organizations:
The Premodern Spanish History Association of the Midwest (PSHAM) was founded in 2001 to provide an opportunity for Hispanists to discuss current research and provide constructive criticism on works in progress. We meet annually on a Saturday in the spring (usually early March) and welcome participants in premodern Iberian studies, broadly defined, though works in progress on more recent historical topics will be considered depending on interest and submissions. We discuss pre-circulated draft book chapters, dissertation chapters, articles, and conference papers, and welcome attendance, participation, and submissions from graduate students, independent scholars, and faculty. Meetings have been held at campuses in Ohio, Indiana, Michigan, and Illinois. For more information, or to be added to our email list, please contact Gretchen Starr-LeBeau (starrle at uky.edu) or Valentina Tikoff (vtikoff at depaul.edu).
The Society for Court Studies was founded in London in 1995 to promote the study of courts and princely households.
Spagna Contemporanea has an interdisciplinary focus on 19th and 20th-century Spain.
Additional links of interest:
Andrew H. Lee of New York University has shared a bibliography that he developed for the “Spanish Fútbol” roundtable at the San Diego conference. Read it here!
Scott Taylor’s blog, Early Modern Spanish History Notes, features recent publications and reviews related to Spanish history.
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.
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.
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.
The Portal de Archivos Españoles, PARES, provides access to materials in several different Spanish state archives.
H-Net has a new discussion list on contemporary Spain: H-Spain.
The Gaceta/Gazeta de Madrid is posted here in all its incarnations from 1661 until after the Transition.
Archivo Histórico de Diputados (1810 – 1977) lets you search by profession, dates, name, elections, party, constituency.
The Archivo General de la Universidad Complutense has a new website.