By Matthew D. O'Hara,Andrew B. Fisher
Whether reading instances within which the Inquisition discovered that the participants sooner than it have been “legally” Indians and hence exempt from prosecution, or contemplating late-eighteenth- and early-nineteenth-century petitions for declarations of whiteness that entitled the mixed-race recipients to the felony and social advantages loved by means of whites, the book’s participants procedure the query of identification by way of analyzing interactions among imperial matters and colonial associations. Colonial mandates, rulings, and laws labored at the side of the workout and negotiation of energy among person officers and an array of social actors engaged in numerous short interactions. Identities emerged out of the interaction among internalized understandings of self and staff organization and externalized social norms and categories.
Contributors. Karen D. Caplan, R. Douglas Cope, Mariana L. R. Dantas, María Elena Díaz, Andrew B. Fisher, Jane Mangan, Jeremy Ravi Mumford, Matthew D. O’Hara, Cynthia Radding, Sergio Serulnikov, Irene Silverblatt, David Tavárez, Ann Twinam
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Imperial Subjects: Race and Identity in Colonial Latin America (Latin America Otherwise) by Matthew D. O'Hara,Andrew B. Fisher