Biography

James Casey teaches Spanish and Latin American history. His research has focused on family structures and local communities in Spain during the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. His publications include The Kingdom of Valencia in the Seventeenth Century (Cambridge University Press 1979), The History of the Family (Blackwell 1989), Early Modern Spain: A Social History (Routledge 1999), and Family and Community in Early Modern Spain: The Citizens of Granada 1570-1739 (Cambridge University Press 2007). His current research is on patterns of culture and belief in sixteenth-century Spain.

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Casey, J.

(2008)

Familia Y Sociedad en el Reino de Granada Durante el Antiguo Régimen,

Universidad de Granada

ISBN 97884338484367

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Casey, J.

(2008)

The Kingdom of Valencia in the Seventeenth Century (digitally printed edition),

Cambridge University Press

ISBN 9780521084048

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Casey, J.

(2007)

Family and Community in Early Modern Spain: The Citizens of Granada 1570-1739,

Cambridge University Press

ISBN 9780521855891

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Casey, J.

(2005)

La Terra I els Homens: El País Valencià a l'Època dels Àustria,

Editorial Afers (Catarroja & Barcelona)

ISBN 8788495916341

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Casey, J.

(2005)

"Quebrar el espejo" : el yo y la Contra Reforma,

in El otro, el mismo: biografia y autobiografia y autobiografia en Europa (siglos XVII-XX).

University Press of Valencia (Spain)

pp. 115-30

ISBN 8437061741

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Casey, J.

(2004)

Entre el estorbo y la experiencia: ancianos,

in La Aventura de la Historia

63

pp. 80-83

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Casey, J.

(2002)

"Queriendo poner mi anima en carrera de salvacion": la muerte en Granada (siglos XVII-XVIII),

in Cuadernos de Historia Moderna Anejos

pp. 17-43

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Casey, J.

(2001)

Aproximación a la historia social de la Espaňa moderna,

in Historia social y Ciencias Sociales.

Editorial Milenio

pp. 49-68

ISBN 8497430212

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Casey, J.

(2001)

"No es pequena empresa aprender a vivir": los tratados del Renacimiento sobre la familia,

in Carlos V: Europeismo y Universalidad.

University of Granada

pp. 159-174

ISBN 8495146800

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Casey, J.

(1971)

Moriscos and the depopulation of Valencia,

in Past and Present

50

(1)

pp. 19-40

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Key Research Interests

Research has focused on family structures and local communities in Spain during the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries; including family structures in Andalusia 1500-1800; the Renaissance and Counter Reformation in Spain, (especially social aspects and the end of Moorish Spain); the Morisco community in the sixteenth century.