UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS PRESS

The Lieutenant Nun (Transgenderism, lesbian desire, and Castalina de Erauso)

Velasco, Sherry

25,51

"This book is an exciting, well-organized overview of the evolution of acultural icon: the nun-ensign Catalina de Erauso. . . . It will be of interest not only to Hispanists, but also to students of g..

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UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS PRESS | 9780292787469 | 2000 | 241 Pág. | Rústica | LIBRO

Gender and power in pre-hispanic Mesoamerica

Joyce, Rosemary A.

31,41

"This is a tremendously significant contribution to the field. . . . Itprovides a new model of how social inequality first emerged in ancient societies. It provides an accessible, convincing demonstra..

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UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS PRESS | 9780292740655 | 2000 | 269 Pág. | Rústica | LIBRO

Time, history and belief in aztec and colonial Mexico

Hassig, Ross

26,59

"Hassig's position is daring and potentially controversial and will bemandatory reading for those who deal with calendrical systems."-Dr. Barbara J. Price, Columbia UniversityBased on their enormously..

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UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS PRESS | 9780292731400 | 2001 | 220 Pág. | Rústica | LIBRO

Guaman Poma (Writing and resistance in colonia Peru) Second edition

Adorno, Rolena

28,55

In the midst of native people's discontent following Spanish conquest, a nativeAndean born after the fall of the Incas took up the pen to protest Spanish rule. Felipe Guaman Poma de Ayala wrote his Nu..

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UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS PRESS | 9780292705036 | 2000 | 194 Pág. | Rústica | LIBRO

Aztecs, moors and christians (Festivals of reconquest in Mexico and Spain)

Harris, Max

34,43

In villages and towns across Spain and its former New World colonies, local performers stage mock battles between Spanish Christians and Moors or Aztecs that range from brief sword dances to massive s..

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UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS PRESS | 9780292731325 | 2000 | 309 Pág. | Rústica | LIBRO

Luis Leal (An auto/biography)

García, Mario T.

27,02

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UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS PRESS | 9780292728295 | 2000 | 210 Pág. | Rústica | LIBRO

Michoacán and Eden (Vasco de Quiroga and the evangelization of western Mexico)

Verástique, Bernardino

26,59

Don Vasco de Quiroga (1477/8-1565) was the first bishop of Michoacán in Western Mexico. Driven by his profound respect for Spanish jurisprudence and the desire to convert the native Purhépecha-Chich..

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UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS PRESS | 9780292787384 | 2000 | 194 Pág. | Rústica | LIBRO

Tales of two cities (Race and economic culture in early republican North and South America)

Townsend, Camilla

26,18

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UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS PRESS | 9780292781696 | 2000 | 320 Pág. | Rústica | LIBRO

La Revolución (Mexico's Great Revolution as memory, myth and history))

Benjamin, Thomas

25,10

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UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS PRESS | 9780292708822 | 2000 | 237 Pág. | Rústica | LIBRO

On the plaza (The politics of public space and culture)

Low, Setha M.

26,32

In this wide-ranging, multi-disciplinary study, Setha M. Low explores the interplay of space and culture in the plaza, showing how culture acts to shape public spaces and how the physical form of the ..

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UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS PRESS | 9780292747142 | 2000 | 274 Pág. | Rústica | LIBRO

Silent looms (Women and production in a guatemalan town) Revised edition

Ehlers, Tracy B.

28,25

Based on new fieldwork in 1997, Tracy Bachrach Ehlers has updated her classic study of the effects of economic development on the women weavers of San Pedro Sacatepéquez. Revisiting many of the women..

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UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS PRESS | 9780292721036 | 2000 | 200 Pág. | Rústica | LIBRO

Living with the ancestors (Kinship and kingship in ancient maya society)

Mcanany, Patricia A.

23,02

"This is a brilliant book. In fact, it is probably one of the best books ever written about the ancient Maya and certainly one of the most important. . . . The quality and originality of [McAnany's] w..

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UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS PRESS | 9780292752368 | 2000 | 213 Pág. | Rústica | LIBRO

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