Arte Nuevo. Revista de estudios áureos

New Art. Journal of Golden Age Studies
Arte Nuevo
Arte nuevo es una revista anual publicada sin interrupción desde 2014. Arte nuevo es una revista electrónica de acceso libre dedicada al estudio de la literatura del Siglo de Oro español, pero también, de modo secundario, a la historia y cultura hispánica de la época, entendidas de modo amplio hasta abarcar los textos producidos en España o la órbita del mundo hispánico desde los Países Bajos hasta América, y durante los siglos XVI y XVII. Arte nuevo acepta artículos en diversos idiomas (español, inglés, francés, italiano, portugués y catalán). La calidad de los textos publicados está garantizada por un proceso anónimo de revisión por pares y por un comité de expertos de renombre internacional.

New Art. Journal of Golden Age Studies

Arte nuevo (New Art. Journal of Golden Age Studies) is an annual journal published without interruptions since 2014. Arte nuevo is a free-access electronic publication dedicated to the study of Golden Age Spanish literature, but also, secondarily, to Early-Modern Spanish history and culture, understood broadly as to comprise texts produced in Spain or in the orbit of the Spanish world, from the Low Countries to America, during the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. Arte nuevo accepts articles in several languages (Spanish, English, French, Italian, Portuguese, and Catalan). The publications are guaranteed by an anonymous peer-review evaluation process and by a committee of renowned experts at an international level.
Université de Neuchâtel

El tirano de Holanda: Guillermo de Orange en el discurso español del Siglo de Oro sobre las Guerras de Flandes

Rodríguez Pérez, Yolanda

In: Arte Nuevo : Revista de estudios áureos, 2015, vol. 2, p. 106-123

Since the outbreak of the Dutch Revolt, William of Orange fulfilled a specific role in Spanish discourse, comparable to that of the Duke of Alba in the Low Countries. These historical figures were considered as tyrants in these opposing ‘national’ discourses. In Spain, the figure of William of Orange was shaped mainly in historical contemporary sources, such as war chronicles and...

Université de Neuchâtel

The Duke of Alba: The Ideal Enemy

Horst, Daniel R.

In: Arte Nuevo : Revista de estudios áureos, 2014, vol. 1, p. 130-154

This article I will show how the image Fernando Álvarez de Toledo, III Duke of Alba (1507-1582) portrayed by Netherlandish propagandists during the Dutch Revolt corresponds with older existing Netherlandish stereotypes of the Spanish people in general. The duke of Alva is widely criticized for his Pride, a sin which most clearly visible in the statue of himself which the duke erected in Antwerp...