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"Sunt huic quouque gaudia genti". Música y danza entre los naturales, según las relaciones jesuíticas del noroeste novohispano, siglos XVII y XVIII

  title={"Sunt huic quouque gaudia genti". M{\'u}sica y danza entre los naturales, seg{\'u}n las relaciones jesu{\'i}ticas del noroeste novohispano, siglos XVII y XVIII},
  author={Aar{\'o}n Grageda Bustamante and Diana Brenscheidt genannt Jost},
This paper examines ethnographic writing in the Jesuit Relations, a set of periodical reports from missionaries in Northwestern New Spain. Addressed to their religious and monarchical authorities in Europe, these texts were written and published in the 17th and 18th century and widely read by contemporaries. Drawing on currents in cultural anthropological thought regarding the complex relationship between the missionaries, their subjects, and the texts they produced, we analyze how the… 


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