© 2018 Ediciones Universidad de Salamanca. All rights reserved. This work deals with the Spanish Protestantism of the mid-sixteenth century from the perspective of social practices of dissimulation, taking into account the self-legitimations developed by its actors, the forms they adopted, individual and collective, written or oral, the scenarios in which they occurred, and the incipient development of a differentiated identity that only matured in the individuals who could go into exile. We will examine the common matrix of many of these practices in the converso world and we will approach some illustrative cases.
- Early modern history
- Hispanic monarchy