Marvels and Miracles in Late Colonial Mexico
Three Texts in Context
Publication Year: 2011
Published by: University of New Mexico Press
Series: Religions of the Americas Series
With the publication of Marvels and Miracles in Late Colonial Mexico: Three Texts in Context, our Religions of the Americas series offers an innovation to benefit readers who want to go more deeply into the history of religion...
Special thanks to my students and coteachers in History 8A and 140A at the University of California, Berkeley, who worked through these and other primary sources with me. ... I am indebted to the Fondo Reservado of the Biblioteca Nacional de
The readings in this little book consist of three unusual documents about miracles in late colonial Mexico paired with an introductory essay. The documents date from the second half of the eighteenth century when Spain’s Bourbon...
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Page Count: 160
Illustrations: 2 halftones
Publication Year: 2011
Series Title: Religions of the Americas Series
Series Editor Byline: Series Editors: Davíd Carrasco and Charles H. Long See more Books in this Series
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