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a| F1392.B55 b| B55 2009
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a| Black Mexico : b| race and society from colonial to modern times / c| edited by Ben Vinson III and Matthew Restall.
a| Albuquerque : b| University of New Mexico Press, c| 2009.
a| xiv, 278 p. : b| ill., maps ; c| 23 cm.
a| Diálogos series
a| Includes bibliographical references (p. 241-265) and index.
g| Introduction. t| Black Mexico and the Historical Discipline / r| Ben Vinson III -- g| Sect. I t| Entering the Colonial World -- t| Slave Rebellion and Liberty in Colonial Mexico / r| Frank "Trey" Proctor III -- t| Negotiating Two Worlds: The Free-Black Experience in Guerrero's Tierra Caliente / r| Andrew B. Fisher -- t| Black Aliens and Black Natives in New Spain's Indigenous Communities / r| Pat Carroll -- t| From Dawn 'til Dusk: Black Labor in Late Colonial Mexico / r| Ben Vinson III -- t| Colonial Middle Men? Mulatto Identity in New Spain's Confraternities / r| Nicole Von Germeten -- t| Potions and Perils: Love-Magic in Seventeenth-Century Afro-Mexico and Afro-Yucatan / r| Joan Bristol / r| Matthew Restall -- g| Sect. II t| Engaging Modernity -- t| "Afro" Mexico in Black, White, and Indian: An Anthropologist Reflects on Fieldwork / r| Laura A. Lewis -- t| My Blackness and Theirs: Viewing Mexican Blackness Up Close / r| Bobby Vaughn -- t| Thorntons: Saga of an Afro-Mexican Family / r| Alva Moore Stevenson -- t| Need to Recognize Afro-Mexicans as an Ethnic Group / r| Jean-Philibert Mobwa Mobwa N'djoli.
a| The essays in this collection build upon a series of conversations and papers that resulted from "New Directions in North American Scholarship on Afro-Mexico," a symposium conducted at Pennsylvania State University in 2004. The issues addressed include contested historiography, social and economic contributions of Afro-Mexicans, social construction of race and ethnic identity, forms of agency and resistance, and contemporary inquiry into ethnographic work on Afro-Mexican communities. Comprised of a core set of chapters that examine the colonial period and a shorter epilogue addressing the modern era, this volume allows the reader to explore ideas of racial representation from the sixteenth century into the twenty-first.
a| Blacks z| Mexico x| History.
a| Blacks z| Mexico x| Social conditions.
a| Blacks x| Race identity z| Mexico.
a| Mexico x| Race relations.
a| Mexico x| History y| Spanish colony, 1540-1810.
a| Mexico x| History y| 1810-
a| Vinson, Ben, c| III.
a| Restall, Matthew, d| 1964-
a| Diálogos (Albuquerque, N.M.)
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