7 edition of Sexuality and Marriage in Colonial Latin America (Latin American Studies) found in the catalog.
September 1, 1992 by University of Nebraska Press .
Written in English
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The members of the immediate family and of the patrilocal group maintain exogamous relations while ideally forming matrimonial relations exogamously between the hanan and hurin ayllus and between the puna and valley divisions Each contributing historian utilizes a vast knowledge for deciphering historical texts and illustrations to incorporate some very sexually explicit primary sources. As several anthropologists have learned from their indigenous informants, all creation is gendered, from the "male" inti sun and "female" killa moon to the pachatata earth-father and the pachamama earth-mother. When the Spanish conquistadores arrived in Mexico, they needed help to conquer the land. For Platt, the key to understanding Andean gender relations and sexuality is the mirror.
Who were the "sodomites" often depicted in chronicles and histories of Latin America? And we can now understand the ideality of such an arrangement: Two actors of the same sex can affirm the relationship of mirrored symmetry that should pertain, in real life, to the conjugal pair" Within an overall theme of social order and disorder in a colonial setting, the stories bring to life issues of gender; race and ethnicity; conflicts over religious orthodoxy; and crime, violence, and rebellion. The Inca, as they increased their political power in the region, took advantage of these complementary linkages between men and women to reproduce ideologically the ayllu structure on a larger, interethnic scale. As one historian put it in"for the social historian, the long colonial siesta has long given way to sleepless frenzy.
Written by leading scholars, this fresh and human text will engage as well as inform students. This discussion will also flesh out the complex system of gender complementarity referenced above, underscoring the performative nature of gender relations in the Andes. Alexandra P. Salvucci, R. Platt concludes that the two figures of the same-sex pairings create a certain ambiguity that leads to the union of the gender opposites: "The very ambiguity of the middle two elements allows them to be presented, not illogically, by men and women respectively. Cook Duke UP,
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La familia en iberoamericana, — All present engaging case studies students can use to examine the functioning and interrelatedness of gender and racial ideologies in colonial Latin America.
But social hierarchies rooted in colonial status and caste systems perpetuated inequalities whose legacies persist today. Parry on the high court of New Galicia and the sale of public office in the Spanish empire. Washington, D. The crown established a standing military and filled its ranks with locals.
Maltby showed that anti-Spanish attitudes in Europe antedated Las Casas's writings and had multiple origins. Platt clarifies and corroborates this hypothesis by comparing an analysis of the Quechua word yana's semantic field with that of related root words, namely pampa a flat place, a thing in common, a common and universal thing ; cuzcachani and pactachani synonyms: to join two unequal things ; and chulla antonym: a thing without a mate, unequal images.
Illustrations enhance and bring an already captivating text to life. Henige's Numbers from Nowhere, a useful contribution.
His work also gives an extensive review of "berdache" studies. Greenleaf, Richard. Milanich and Premo both point to insights to be gained from the history of childhood in Latin America, while Robichaux, et al. This symmetrical pairing of men and women is also repeated in other ritual contexts, such as the "ritual plowing" and the "house building" Topics infrequently explored in Latin American history but discussed her include premarital relations, illegitimacy, consensual unions, sexual witchcraft, spouse abuse, and divorce.
Asuncion Lavrin Sexuality and Marriage in Colonial Latin America is a fascinating collection of essays dedicated to the understanding of human sexuality and relationships. Women were affected by these policies as it was required for both men and women to submit documents proving their blood purity.
Thus, a person could incur several sins in one single Sexuality and Marriage in Colonial Latin America book. The development of Latin American history was first examined in a two-volume collection of essays and primary sources, prepared for the Conference on Latin American History,  and in a monograph by Helen Delpar, Looking South: The Evolution of Latin Americanist Scholarship in the United States, — Lavrin's opening survey of the forms of sexual relationships most discussed in ecclesiastical sources serves as a point of departure for the chapters that follow.
This would be the case, for example, of a married man who in raping a woman committed adultery as well. Includes bibliographical references and index. One of the things students learn from this exercise is that contemporary primary sources can accurately reveal contradictory results.
You are encouraged to add books to this list, and to notify Prof. Milanich, Nara. Socolow, eds. Socolow, Susan M. This provided women and occasionally men with a basis for evaluating their lot within the bonds of marriage; it gave them leverage to counter mistreatment by engaging in a political process.
Formal families sanctioned by church and state have constituted a small minority, and historians have approached them as institutions for organizing labor, property, commerce, power, and prestige. The prosopographical study of these conquerors records as much extant information on each man in existing sources, with a general essay laying out the patterns that emerge from the data.Sexuality and Marriage in Colonial Latin America.
Author Bio. Asunción Lavrin is a professor of history at Arizona State University at Tempe. Her book, Women, Feminism, and Social Change in Argentina, Chile, and Uruguay, –, won the Arthur P.
Whitaker Prize from the Middle Atlantic Council on Latin American Studies.
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