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Ancient Tollan: Tula and the Toltec Heartland (review)
sions were made with regard to specific instances. And, despite a propensity for treating the Somoza dynasty as monolithic, there is an interesting description of the "reform" efforts of LuisExpand
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In sum, Gaspar de Alba’s synergetic approach, the un-framing of “bad women,” is engaging and important, considering the continuing prevalence of the “colonial imaginary” and hetero-normativeExpand
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The Jesuit Relations: Natives and Missionaries in Seventeenth-Century North America
Foreword Preface Introduction: Natives North America and the French Jesuits Montagnais Hunters of the Northern Woodlands Jean de Brebeuf on the Hurons Disease and Medicine Diplomacy and War WritingsExpand
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Columbus and the Quest for Jerusalem: How Religion Drove the Voyages that Led to America by Carol Delaney (review)
Carole Delaney has written a very approachable and highly readable book about Columbus for the general public, choosing to deal most thoroughly with his millenarian beliefs, ties to the FranciscanExpand
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