Spain's Centuries of Crisis: 1300 - 1474
August 2007, Wiley-Blackwell
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“The major accomplishment of this book, in addition to guiding the reader through the dangerous thickets of political and social upheaval, is the delineation of the factors that preserved the monarchy and expanded its potential sway.” (English Historical Review, February 2009)
"A comprehensive history of the political development...during a period of...crisis.... Bridges the gap between the central Middle Ages and the Renaissance." (Speculum)"Plagues, crusades, civil wars and fratricidal princes: there is no better introduction to the chaotic political and cultural history of fourteenth and fifteenth century Spain than this vivid volume by a magisterial scholar, master teacher, and dean of Spanish historians."
–David Nirenberg,The University of Chicago