Daniel Reff is an anthropologist and ethnohistorian of colonial Latin America in the Department of Comparative Studies at The Ohio State University.
A first draft of this paper was presented at the spring colloquium (Colonization and Narrative Migrations) of the Center for Folklore Studies at the Ohio State University, May 12, 2006. Thanks to Dorry Noyes, Nancy Ettlinger, and Tom Sheridan for helpful comments.
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