Words and worlds turned around : indigenous Christianities in colonial Latin America

Auteur(s) : Tavárez, David (Éd.)Description matérielle : xvi-329 p. : illustrations ; 23 cm.Publication : Boulder : University press of Colorado, 2017.Cote : S.232Note : Bibliographies en fin de chapitre. Index. Thématique : Ethnologie | Histoire coloniale | Christianisation Géographique : Amérique latine
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Foreword / Taylor, William B. --

Introduction / Burkhart, Louise M. --

Performing the Zaachila word: the Dominican invention of Zapotec Christianity / Tavárez, David --

Toward a deconstruction of the notion of Nahua "confession" / Madajczak, Julia --

Precontact indigenous concepts in Christian translations: the terminology of sin and confession in early colonial Quechua texts / Haimovich, Gregory --

A sixteenth-century priest's field notes among the highland Maya: Proto-"theologia" as "vade mecum" / Sparks, Garry and Sachse, Frauke --

International collaborations in translation: the European promise of militant Christianity for the Tupinambá of Portuguese America, 1550s-1613 / Lee, M. Kittiya --

The Nahua story of Judas: indigenous agency and loci of meaning / Olko, Justyna --

A Nahua Christian talks back: Fabián de Aquino's antichrist dramas as autoethnography / Leeming, Ben --

Sin, shame, and sexuality: Franciscan obsessions and Maya humor in the "Calepino de Motul Dictionary", 1573-1615 / Chuchiak, John F. IV --

To make Christianity fit: the process of christianization from an Andean perspective / Brosseder, Claudia --

Predictions and portents of Doomsday in European, Nahuatl, and Maya texts / Christensen, Mark Z. --

The value of "El Costumbre" and Christianity in the discourse of Nahua: catechists from the Huasteca region in Veracruz, Mexico 1970-2010s / Cruz, Abelardo de la.

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