SOURCES AND METHODS
FOR THE STUDY OF POSTCONQUEST
MESOAMERICAN ETHNOHISTORY,

PROVISIONAL VERSION

 
James Lockhart, Lisa Sousa, and Stephanie Wood, editors
 
CONTENTS
 
I. INTRODUCTORY
       
    Preliminary Remarks
James Lockhart, Lisa Sousa, and Stephanie Wood
       
    Introduction: Background and Course of the New Philology
James Lockhart
       
    Mundane Documents in Nahuatl
Rebecca Horn and James Lockhart
 
II. BODY
       
    1. The Testaments of Culhuacan
Sarah Cline
       
    2. The Book of Tributes: The Cuernavaca-region Censuses
Sarah Cline
       
    3. Nahua Pictorial Genealogies
Delia Annunziata Cosentino
       
    4. Primordial Titles
Robert Haskett
       
    5. Nahuatl and Spanish Sources for Coyoacan
Rebecca Horn
       
    6. Legal Documents as a Source for Ethnohistory
Susan Kellogg
       
    7. Spanish Court Records from Late Colonial Guatemala
Catherine Komisaruk
       
    8. Sixteenth-Century Tlaxcalan Pictorial Documents
Travis Barton Kranz
  on the Conquest of Mexico
       
    9. The Tlaxcala-Puebla Family of Annals
Frances Krug and Camilla Townsend
     
  10. Sacramental and Confraternal Records from
Annette McLeod
    Tecamachalco's Parish Archive
     
  11. The Nahuatl Testaments of San Esteban de Nueva
Leslie S. Offutt
  Tlaxcala (Saltillo)
     
  12. Spanish Sources for Nahua Corporate Religious
Edward W. Osowski
  Practice, Post-1760s
     
  13. Image/Texts in Sixteenth-Century Mexican Murals
Jeanette F. Peterson
     
  14. Sources for Indigenous Women and Men in the
Caterina Pizzigoni
  Valley of Toluca, Eighteenth Century
     
  15. Sources for the Ethnohistory and Afrohistory of
Matthew Restall
  Postconquest Yucatan
     
  16.The Annals of Chimalpahin
Susan Schroeder
     
  17. Nahuatl Plays
Barry D. Sell
     
  18. Sexuality in Maya and Nahuatl Sources
Pete Sigal
     
  19. The Jalostotitlan Petitions, 1611–1618
John Sullivan
     
  20. Sources and Methods for the Study of Mixtec History
Kevin Terraciano
     
  21. Sources for the History of the Indigenous Peoples
Irene Vasquez
  of North Mexico
 
  22. The Techialoyan Codices
Stephanie Wood
 
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