Local religion in colonial Mexico / edited by Martin Austin Nesvig.Language: English Publisher: Albuquerque : University of New Mexico Press, 2006.Description: xxvii, 289 p. : ill., maps, ports. ; 23 cm.ISBN: 9780826334022 (pbk)
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The concept of popular religion / Carlos M. N. Eire; Icons of devotion: the appropriation and use of saints in New Spain / Antonio Rubial Garcia; The "Indian Question" and the case of Tlatelolco / Martin Austin Nesvig; Between Nativitas and Mexico City: an eighteenth-century pastor's local religion / William B. Taylor; Autonomy, honor, and the ancestors: native local religion in seventeenth-century Oaxaca / David Tavárez; Carriers of saints: traveling alms collectors and Nahua gender roles / Edward W. Osowski; Confraternities and community: the decline of the communal quest for salvation in eighteenth-century Mexico City / Brian Larkin; Routes to respectability: confraternities and men of African descent in New Spain / Nicole von Germeten; Voices from a living hell: slavery, death, and salvation in a Mexican Obraje / Javier Villa-Flores; Catholicisms / William Christian Jr.