The Transatlantic Hispanic Baroque: Complex Identities in the Atlantic World, edited by Harald E Braun and Jesús-Pérez Magallón (Ashgate, 2014).
Theorising the Ibero-American Atlantic, edited by Harald E Braun and Lisa Vollendorf (Brill, 2013).
For further exploration of the benefits and limits of the Atlantic framework from the vantage point of Iberian Studies, please see the article by Evelyn P. Jennings (St. Lawrence University), entitled "All in the Family?: Reflections on Colonial Ibero-America in the Atlantic Frame", Bulletin of Hispanic Studies, 91.1 (2014), pp.83-104.
Andrew Redden (University of Liverpool) has also written an article entitled, “The Problem of Witchcraft: Slavery and Jesuits in Seventeenth Century New Granada", Bulletin of Hispanic Studies 90.2 (2013), pp.224 -50. This article looks at the scope and limitations of historical methodologies when we come to explore the sense of identity and social-cultural practices of African slave communities in the Americas.