Department of History
The Iberian Labyrinth:
identity and inquisition in the making of an early modern deportation state
Wednesday, November 7
12:30pm to 2pm
Mackintosh-Corry Hall, Room D411
Distinctive among Western polities, the Iberian state forcibly assimilated many of its Jewish and Muslim subjects. Ambiguous identities, however, created a unique dilemma not only for the conversos but also for state centralization: a surveillance apparatus known as the Spanish Inquisition.