Empire Of Law And Indian Justice In Colonial Mexico

Autor: Brian Philip Owensby
Publisher: Stanford University Press
ISBN: 0804758638
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Brian P. Owensby is Associate Professor in the University of Virginia's Corcoran Department of History. He is the author of Intimate Ironies: Modernity and the Making of Middle-Class Lives in Brazil (Stanford, 1999).

Asian Slaves In Colonial Mexico

Autor: Tatiana Seijas
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1107063124
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"During the late sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, countless slaves from culturally diverse communities in the Indian subcontinent and Southeast Asia journeyed to Mexico on the ships of the Manila Galleon. Upon arrival in Mexico, they were grouped together and categorized as chinos. In time, chinos came to be treated under the law as Indians (the term for all native people of Spain's colonies) and became indigenous vassals of the Spanish crown after 1672. The implications of this legal change were enormous: as Indians, rather than chinos, they could no longer be held as slaves. By tracking these individuals' complex journey from the bondage of the Manila slave market to the freedom of Mexico City streets, Tatiana Seijas challenges commonly held assumptions about the uniformity of the slave experience in the Americas and shows that the history of coerced labor is necessarily connected to colonial expansion and forced global migration"--

Indian And Slave Royalists In The Age Of Revolution

Autor: Marcela Echeverri
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1107084148
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Marcela Echeverri draws a picture of the royalist region of Popayán (modern-day Colombia) that reveals deep chronological layers and multiple social and spatial textures. She uses royalism as a lens to rethink the temporal, spatial, and conceptual boundaries that conventionally structure historical narratives about the Age of Revolution.

Arizona Law Review

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The Arizona Law Review is a student-edited publication of the James E. Rogers College of Law at the University of Arizona. The Review is committed to publishing works of high-quality, original, and thought-provoking legal scholarship.

Children Of Coyote Missionaries Of Saint Francis

Autor: Steven W. Hackel
Publisher: University of North Carolina Press
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Explores the survival of Californian Indian culture amidst the Franciscan missionary rule, the Spaniard liberation, political change, disease, depopulation, the influx of settlers, and America's westward expansion. Simultaneous.