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The Americas 63.4 (2007) 709-727

A Cumulative Index
Volume LXIII
July, 2006 Through April, 2007


Number 1, July 2006

The African Diaspora in the Colonial Andes
Guest Editor: Ben Vinson III

Introduction: African (Black) Diaspora History,
Latin American History       Ben Vinson III    1
"In a War against the Spanish": Andean Protection and African Resistance on the Northern Peruvian Coast       Rachel Sarah O'Toole    19
Conjuring with Coca and the Inca:The Andeanization of Lima's Afro-Peruvian Ritual Specialists, 1580-1690       Leo J. Garofalo    53
Finding Gold, Forming Slavery:The Creation of a Classic Slave Society, Popayán, 1600-1700       Sherwin K. Bryant    81
Caught between Rivals:The Spanish-African Maroon Competition for Captive Indian Labor in the Region of Esmeraldas during the Late Sixteenth and Early Seventeenth Centuries       Charles Beatty Medina    113

Number 2, October 2006

Latin American Film History
Guest Editor: Ana M. López

The State of Things:New Directions in Latin American Film History       Ana M. López    197
Beneficent Cinema:State Formation, Elite Reproduction, and Silent Film in Uruguay, 1910s-1920s       Christine Ehrick    205
"As a Mexican IFeel It's My Duty:" Citizenship, Censorship, and the Campaign against Derogatory Films in Mexico, 1922-1930       Laura I. Serna    225
Hollywood's Rogue Neighbor: The Argentine Film Industry during the Good Neighbor Policy, 1939-1945       Tamara L. Falicov    245
"Reelizing" Arab and Jewish Ethnicity in Mexican Film       Theresa Alfaro-Velcamp    261 [End Page 709]

Number 3, January 2007

Flying "Cholo": Incas, Airplanes, and the Construction of Andean Modernity in 1920s Cuzco, Peru       Willie Hiatt    327
Traces, Images, and Fictions:Paul Strand in Mexico, 1932-34       James Krippner    359
The Rise and Secularization of Viticulture in Mendoza: The Godoy Family Contribution, 1700-1831       Pablo Lacoste    385
A Tale of Two Priests and Two Struggles: Liberation Theology from Dictatorship to Democracy in the Brazilian Northeast       Jan Hoffman French    409

Number 4, April 2007

Diets, Food Supplies, and the African Slave Trade in Early Seventeenth-Century Spanish America       Linda Newson and Susie Minchin    517
Rescued from their Invisibility: The Afro-Puerto Ricans of Seventeenth and Eighteenth-Century San Mateo de Cangrejos, Puerto Rico       David M. Stark    551
The Revolt of Enriquillo and the Historiography of Early Spanish America       Ida Altman    587
Disobedient Daughters and the Liberal State: Generational Conflicts Over Marriage Choice in Working Class Families in Nineteenth-Century Oaxaca, Mexico       Kathryn Sloan    615

Notes and Reviews

Inter-American Notes       137, 281, 445, 649
Book Reviews      143, 287, 451, 653 [End Page 710]

Books Reviewed, by Title

Activist Faith: Grassroots Women in Democratic Brazil and Chile, by Carol Ann Drogus and Hannah Stewart-Gambino, reviewed by Susan Franceschet, 2: 319-320
Africa and the Americas: Interconnections during the Slave Trade, by José C. Curto and Renée Soulodre-La France, eds., reviewed by Dale Tomich, 3: 498-499
Afro-Latin America, 1800-2000, by George Reid Andrews, reviewed by Peter Blanchard, 4: 699-700
Anarchism and Countercultural Politics in Early Twentieth-Century Cuba, by Kirwin R. Shaffer, reviewed by Marc C. McLeod, 3: 504-506
Ancient Borinquen: Archaeology of Native Puerto Rico, by Peter Siegel, ed., reviewed by L. Antonio Curet, 1: 156-157
The Andes in Focus: Security, Democracy, and Economic Reform, by Russell Crandall, Guadelupe Paz, and Riordan Roett, eds., reviewed by David Scott Palmer, 1: 181-182
Annals of His Time: Don Domingo de San Antón Muñón Chimalpahin Quauhtlehuanitzin, by James Lockhart, Susan Schroeder, and Doris Namala, eds., reviewed by Stephanie Wood, 3: 474-476
Argentine Democracy: The Politics of Institutional Weakness, by Steven Levitsky and María Victoria Murillo, eds., reviewed by Rebecca Bill Chavez, 4: 695-697
Art and Writing in the Maya Cities, A.D. 600-800: A Poetics of Line, by Adam Herring, reviewed by Stephen D. Houston, 2: 301-302
"Assimilating the Primitive": Parallel Dialogue on Racial Miscegenation in Revolutionary Mexico, by Kelly R. Swarthout, reviewed by Rick López, 1: 172-174
Audiotopia: Music, Race and America, by Josh Kun, reviewed by Frances R. Aparicio, 2: 293-294
Avances de Hollywood: Crítica cinematográfica en Latinoamérica, 1915-1945...


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