DUMBARTON OAKS PRE-COLUMBIAN SYMPOSIA AND COLLOQUIA
Cover: Native Traditions in the Postconquest World: A Symposium at Dumbarton Oaks, 2nd through 4th October 1992, from Harvard University PressCover: Native Traditions in the Postconquest World in HARDCOVER

Native Traditions in the Postconquest World

A Symposium at Dumbarton Oaks, 2nd through 4th October 1992

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ISBN 9780884022398

Publication Date: 01/01/1998

Short

    • Introduction [Elizabeth Hill Boone]
  • I. Colonization and Culture Change
    • The Many Faces of Medieval Colonization [Angeliki E. Laiou]
    • Three Experiences of Culture Contact: Nahua, Maya, and Quechua [James Lockhart]
  • II. Confrontation of Values
    • Litigation over the Rights of “Natural Lords” in Early Colonial Courts in the Andes [John V. Murra]
    • Family Values in Seventeenth-Century Peru [Irene Silverblatt]
  • III. Presentations of Self-Image in Objects, Images, and Alphabetic Texts
    • Let Me See! Reading Is for Them: Colonial Andean Images and Objects “como es costumbre tener los caciques Señores” [Tom Cummins]
    • Pictorial Documents and Visual Thinking in Postconquest Mexico [Elizabeth Hill Boone]
    • The Social vs. Legal Context of Nahuatl Títulos [Stephanie Wood]
  • IV. Interpreting the Past for the Present
    • The Aztec Triple Alliance: A Postconquest Tradition [Susan D. Gillespie]
    • Collquiri’s Dam: The Colonial Re-Voicing of an Appeal to the Archaic [Frank Salomon]
    • Time, Space, and Ritual Action: The Inka and Christian Calenders in Early Colonial Peru [Sabine MacCormack]
  • V. Religious Contest, Negotiation, and Convergence
    • Pachamac and El Señor de los Milagros [María Rostworowski]
    • Pious Performances: Christian Pageantry and Native Identity in Early Colonial Mexico [Louise M. Burkhart]
  • VI. Language as the Armature of Identity
    • A Nation Surrounded [Bruce Mannheim]
    • Indigenous Writing as a Vehicle of Postconquest Continuity and Change in Mesoamerica [Frances Karttunen]
  • VII. Synthetic Comments
    • Native Traditions in the Postconquest World: Commentary [Tom Cummins]
  • Index

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