Congratulations to Dr. Sarah Owens, whose co-authored work, Health and Healing in the Early Modern Iberian World: A Gendered Perspective (University of Toronto Press, 2021), is now in print and ready for consumption. The following description, provided by the publisher, gives a little idea of the focus of this fascinating study: “Recognizing the variety of […]
On Thursday, May 9, Professor Sarah Owens was presented the 2019 Dean’s Excellence Award for Faculty Research by the School of Languages Cultures and World Affairs.
Professor Sarah E Owens’ study “Sor Ana’s Travel Excerpt from Mexico to Manila (Mexico and Manila, 1620)” has been published in the edition Women in Colonial Latin America, 1526 to 1806: Texts and Contexts with Hackett Publishing Company.
Professor Sarah Owens was invited to give three different lectures during the first half of the 2018 calendar year: Plenary Lecture, “Religious Spaces in the Far East: Women’s Travel and Writing in Manila and Macao.” Attending to Early Modern Women. Milwaukee, WI. June 14-16. Invited Lecture, “La boticas de los conventos peruanos coloniales.” Museo Nacional […]
Professor Sarah E. Owens’ book Nuns Navigating the Spanish Empire has been published by the University of New Mexico Press.
Professor Sarah E. Owens’ peer-reviewed book chapter “Transoceanic Religious” has been published in The Routledge Research Companion to Early Modern Spanish Women Writers, an edition by Nieves Baranda Leturio and Anne J. Cruz.
Professor Sara Owens’ annotated bibliography “Women Writers of the Iberian Empire” has been accepted for publication in Oxford Bibliographies in Renaissance and Reformation.
Professor Sarah Owens presented her original work, “Spanish Nuns on the Manila Galleon (1621) at the Sixteenth Century Society Conference in Bruges, Belgium on Friday August 19, 2016. The Society for the Study of Early Modern Women selected her article “Crossing Mexico (1620-1621): Franciscan Nuns and Their Journey to the Philippines” for the award for best article in women […]