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Creole subjects in the colonial Americas : empires, texts, identities / edited by Ralph Bauer and José Antonio Mazzotti.

Publication:
Chapel Hill : Published for the Omohundro Institute of Early American History and Culture, Williamsburg, Virginia, by the University of North Carolina Press, c2009.
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ix, 503 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
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Subjects:
Creoles -- Latin America -- History.
Creoles -- America -- History.
Creoles in literature.
Contents:
Introduction : creole subjects in the colonial Americas / Ralph Bauer and José Antonio Mazzotti
New worlds, new empires, new societies. Cannibalism, the Eucharist, and criollo subjects / Carlos Jáuregui
Sons of the dragon : or, the English hero revived / David S. Shields
Cruel criollos in Guaman Poma de Ayala's First new chronicle and good government / Raquel Chang-Rodríguez
Barefoot folks with tawny cheeks : creolism in the literary Chesapeake, 1680-1750 / Jeffrey H. Richards
Colonial writings as minority discourse? / Yolanda Martínez-San Miguel
The cultural geography of creole aesthetics. Sor Juana Criolla and the Mexican archive : public performances / Stephanie Merrim
Creole Bradstreet : Philip Sidney, Alexander the Great, and English identities / Jim Egan
Self- and collective identity among new Christians in the periphery of the Iberian empires : Bento Teixeira, Ambrósio Fernandes Brandão, and Manuel Beckman / Lúcia Helena Costigan
Spectacular wealth : Baroque festivals and creole consciousness in colonial mining towns of Brazil and Peru / Lisa Voigt
Creole bodies : race, gender, ethnicity. Gender and gossip in criollo historiography : Juan Suárez de Peralta's Tratado del descubrimiento de las Indias y su conquista (1589) / Kathleen Ross
Female captivity and "creole" male identity in the narratives of Mary Rowlandson and Hannah Swarton / Teresa A. Toulouse
The ambivalent nativism of Lucas Fernández de Piedrahita's Historia general de las conquistas del Nuevo Reyno de Granada (1688) / Luis Fernando Restrepo
William Byrd II and the crossed languages of science, satire, and empire in British America / Susan Scott Parrish
Creole politics of memory and knowledge. El Dorado, paradise, and supreme sanctity in seventeenth-century Peru : a creole agenda / José Antonio Mazzotti
Popularizing the ethic of conquest : Peralta Barnuevo's Historia de España vindicada / Jerry M. Williams
The "rebellious muse" : time, space, and race in the revolutionary epic / Ralph Bauer
Natty in the 1820s : creole subjects and democratic aesthetics in the early Leatherstocking tales / Sandra M. Gustafson.
Notes:
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contributor:
Bauer, Ralph.
Mazzotti, José Antonio, 1961-
Omohundro Institute of Early American History & Culture.
ISBN:
9780807832134
0807832138
9780807859681
0807859680
OCLC:
261173671