Do you know of a useful resource for Spanish & Portuguese history? Please send a link to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Archivo General de la Universidad Complutense
- Archivo Histórico de Diputados
- Gazeta de Madrid: Disposiciones y noticias publicadas en los diarios oficiales desde 1661 hasta 1959.
- H-Spain, the discussion list on contemporary Spain from H-Net.
- Portal de Archivos Españoles (PARES): provides catalogs and access to some digitized materials in several Spanish state archives.
- The American Academy of Research Historians of Medieval Spain brings together scholars whose research focuses on the lands and peoples of the Iberian peninsula and associated territories from the period spanning roughly 400 to 1500 CE.
- History Associates offers historical research, archival services, exhibit planning and records management.
- Spagna Contemporanea has an interdisciplinary focus on 19th and 20th-century Spain.
- Society for Court Studies was founded in London in 1995 to promote the study of courts and princely households.
- The Premodern Spanish History Association of the Midwest (PSHAM) provides an opportunity for Hispanists to discuss current research and provide constructive criticism on works in progress. For more information, or to be added to our email list, please contact Gretchen Starr-LeBeau, email@example.com, or Valentina Tikoff, firstname.lastname@example.org.
- The Society of Historians of the Crown of Aragon (HISCOAR) facilitates relations and exchanges between researchers, anywhere in the world, whose research is focused on the Crown of Aragon.
ESPORA is the official electronic mail information and discussion list for the ASPHS. ESPORA is now hosted at the University of California-Davis; we warmly thank Jack Owens and Idaho State University for having housed and administered the list for the past several years.
Debate and discussion of all aspects of Iberian history and culture, in any chronological era, are welcome. Members may distribute news and information on their own and ASPHS activities and projects via ESPORA. List membership is open to anyone interested in Iberian history.
ESPORA replaced the original list, ESPORA-L, which was sponsored for many years by the University of Kansas.
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If you have questions or encounter any problems, contact list administrator Francisco Eissa-Barroso at email@example.com.
The ESPORA archive is now housed at the University of California-Davis as well. The archive, accessible to list subscribers only, is at this link: https://sympa.ucdavis.edu/sympa/arc/espora.
The first time you enter the archive, you will need to click on “Others users click here” and then “First login?” to create a username and password.
- ASPHS’s Bulletin is piloting a resource sharing initiative through Zotero https://www.zotero.org/bsphs that aims to curate collections of print and web resources related to the field of Spanish and Portuguese historical studies. If you are interested in collaboratively developing and sharing collections — of PhD reading lists, methodological resources, or topical matters — we encourage you to create a public Zotero library and invite BSPHS to join and/or join and contribute to one of the preexisting collections.
- Foster Chamberlin’s podcast Historias is a set of interviews with historians on a wide range of topics in Spanish history.
- Scott Taylor’s blog Early Modern Spanish History Notes features recent publications, reviews, and announcements related to Spanish history.
- Spanish Film Club (SFC) offers grants to universities to bring an Ibero-American film festival to campus.