Heterodoxia Iberica

Editors: Harm den Boer and Jorge Ledo
This new series publishes high quality philological editions of a selected number of influential works or authors forbidden by the Iberian Inquisition, or challenging the idea of an Imperial Spain/Portugal. The volumes are all accompanied by studies by leading scholars in the field. An important criterion for inclusion in the series is that the chosen text is either unpublished or does not have a modern, scholarly edition. As such, the series presents a highly innovative content. The series will reflect the cultural and intellectual production of all Iberian authors, Jewish and Morisco authors, but also of reformers and/or Catholic authors who challenged prevalent religious, political, or literary discourse.

The series has published one volume since 2014.

Editorial Board

General Editors: Harm den Boer and Jorge Ledo, Universität Basel
Editorial Board: Fernando Bouza, Universidad Complutense, Mercedes García Arenal, Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas, Jorge García López, Universitat de Girona, Ignacio Javier García Pinilla, Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha, Carlos Gilly, Bibliotheca Philosophica Hermetica - Universität Basel, Luis Girón Negrón, Harvard University, Jonathan Israel, Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton University, Jacques Lezra, New York University, José Luis Villacañas, Universidad Complutense, Madrid

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