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A history of the women of Mexico and their agency: Goddesses, queens, translators, and nuns
All men are created equal: A dissonant reality at the birth of the American experiment
Apocalyptic visions of a Franciscan friar: A study of the writings and legacy of Toribio de Benavente
Captives and their monsters : U.S. media use of captivity narratives in the construction of the imagined Muslim monster
Early modern moriscos: Development of the crypto-Islamic identity in the Iberian peninsula
Free women of color as property owners: The coloniality of power and the liminal racial space in Spanish, Louisiana, 1776-1811
Malinalli: Ni santa, ni la chingada, solo mujer
Nuns, Witches, and Testators: Women's Agency and Spiritual Capital in New Spain
Pragmatic positivism: Werner Heisenberg's philosophy of quantum mechanics
The mulatto in the national narrative of positivist Honduras, 1879-1887
The origins of difference: Christian attitudes towards inferiority and the impacts on el sistema de castas
The quilting of a frontier border city: Identity development and expression in the early San Diego borderlands, 1848-1868
Traditions vs progress in a Mexican context: The evolving roles of women during the Porfiriato in the nineteenth century
Xochipilli: Unveiling the spiritual concepts of a Nahua deity