The social analysis of early modern criminal records has reached a point of development sufficient for new perspectives to arise that explore the agency of individuals, families, and neighbors as well as that of the bureaucratic state. This book contributes to this important discussion with a qualitative and quantitative analysis of over three thousand cases from Spain's most influential civil and criminal court.
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Dr. Fabio Lopez Lazaro is a professor in the History Department of Santa Clara University. He studied medieval and early modern European history at the University of Toronto and the Pontifical Institute of Medieval Studies where he received his Ph.D. in 1996.Review:
"The history of Bourbon Spain (1700-1808) received far less attention from historians than that of Hapsburg Spain until the 1950s... In this study, Fabio Lopez-Lazaro makes an important and original contribution to our knowledge of eighteenth-century Spain." - William Callahan Professor Emeritus of History University of Toronto"
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Descripción Edwin Mellen Pr, U.S.A., 2008. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: Good. No Jacket. 2008 hardcover published without jacket/wear on the cover/clean & unmarked text. Nº de ref. de la librería 040015