Exchanging Views is an in-depth and well-organized historical research on the Viceroys of Naples, with a focus on their cultural and artistic patronage. The site is a resource for research and teaching on cross-cultural exchange in the early modern Mediterranean & on the Spanish monarchy between the 16th and 18th centuries. Exchanging Views is designed to be accessible and easy to navigate for undergraduates, and relevant across historical sub-fields. Produced jointly by the Universitat de Barcelona and the University “La Sapienza” in Rome.
A digital restoration of the Lienzo de Quauhquechollan, an important 16th-c Guatemalan text depicting the Spanish conquest. The site provides historical context, annotation of the text, and a glossary of images.
Vistas brings the visual culture of Spanish America online, offering a unique collection of paintings, sculptures, architectural monuments and objects from daily life. Resources include a gallery, bibliography, timeline, and glossary. Teaching materials are also provided.
This resource contains information on the conditions and literary traditions of early modern Spain, including primary-source documents from the Newberry Library collection.
Database of the visual culture of the Spanish literary masterpiece La Celestina. It contains over a thousand catalogued records of woodcuts from early editions, engravings, paintings, theatrical productions, etc. Available in both Spanish and English language versions.