“‘For their owne singuler lucre”: Perceptions of Strangers as an Economic Threat in London and at the English Court, c. 1450-1558’:
Ian Archer, ‘Responses to Alien Immigrants in London, c. 1400-1650’, in Il Ruolo Economico Delle Minoranze in Europa Secc. XIII-XVIII (2000), 755-74;
Jessica Lutkin, ‘Settled or fleeting? London’s medieval immigrant community revisited’, in M. Allen and M. Davies (eds), Medieval merchants and money: Essays in honour of James L. Bolton (2015), 137-55.;
‘Conflict and Collaboration: The Spanish Ambassadors in the Elizabethan Court’:
Michael J. Levin, Agents of empire: Spanish Ambassadors in sixteenth-century Italy (2005), Ch. 7;
Diana Carrió-Invernizzi, ‘A new diplomatic history and the networks of Spanish diplomacy in the Baroque era’, International History Review 36 (2014), 603-18;
Alexander Samson, ‘A Fine Romance: Anglo-Spanish Relations in the Sixteenth Century’, Journal of Medieval and Early Modern Studies, 39(2009), 65-94.
Sylvia Thrupp, ‘Aliens in and Around London in the Fifteenth Century’, in A. Hollaender, P.E. Jones, and W. Kellaway (eds), Studies in London History Presented to Philip Edmund Jones (1969), 251-72.