Volume 20: Culture and the State in Spain, 1550–1850

Ed. Tom Lewis and Francisco J. Sánchez
Examines the role of literature in the formation of cultural notions of 'state,' 'nation,' 'subject,' and 'citizen' in Spain from 1550 to 1850 and the relevance of these issues today in a new Spain—the Spain of nationalities—at the end of the millennium.

Introduction
Tom Lewis and Francisco J. Sánchez

  1. Cristóbal de Villalón: Language, Education, and the Absolutist State
    Malcolm K. Read
  2. The Politics of Race, Ethnicity, and Gender in the Making of the Spanish State
    Mary Elizabeth Perry
  3. A Discourse on Wealth in Golden Age Literature
    Francisco J Sánchez
  4. Patronage, the Parody of an Institution in Don Quijote
    Edward Baker
  5. Printing and Reading Popular Religious Texts in Sixteenth-Century Spain
    Sara T. Nalle
  6. Emblematic Representation and Guided Culture in Baroque Spain: Juan de Horozco y Covarrubias
    Bradley J. Nelson
  7. Intellectuals, the State, and the Public Sphere in Spain: 1700–1840
    José A. Valero
  8. Constituting the Subject: Race, Gender, and Nation in the Early Nineteenth Century
    Susan Kirkpatrick
  9. Religious Subject-Forums: Nationalism, Literature, and the Consolidation of Moderantismo in Spain during the 1840s
    Tom Lewis

Afterword
Back to the Future: Spain, Past and Present
David R. Castillo and Nicholas Spadaccini