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New Book: Race & Blood in the Iberian World

Race and Blood in the Iberian World (Racism Analysis/Yearbook 3 – 2012), ed. Max S. Hering Torres, María Elena Martínez, and David Nirenberg (Lit Verlag, 2012).

Contents:

Max S. Hering Torres, María Elena Martínez, David Nirenberg, “Editorial.”

Max S. Hering Torres, “Purity of Blood. Problems of Interpretation.”

María Eugenia Chave, “Race and Caste. Other Words and Other Worlds.”

David Graizbord, “Pauline Christianity and Jewish ‘Race.’ The Case of João Baptista D’Este.”

Karoline P. Cook, “‘Moro de linaje y nación.’ Religious Identity, Race and Status in New Granada.”

Laura A. Lewis, “Between ‘Casta’ and ‘Raza.’ The Example of Colonial Mexico.”

Ângela Barreto Xavier, “Purity of Blood and Caste. Identity Narratives among Early Modern Goan Elites.”

Tamar Herzog, “Beyond Race. Exclusion in Early Modern Spain and Spanish America.”

David Sartorius, “Race in Retrospect. Thinking with History in Nineteenth-century Cuba.”

Thomas C. Holt, “‘Blood Work.’ Fables of Racial Identity and Modern Science.”

About emspanishhistorynotes

Scott Taylor is an associate professor in the history department at the University of Kentucky.

Discussion

2 thoughts on “New Book: Race & Blood in the Iberian World

  1. Dear Scott,

    Thank you so much to posting this. A book directly on the topic of my current research that I was not aware of! I have just bought it from the publishers!

    All the best, Francois

    Posted by Francois Soyer | November 29, 2012, 5:45 am

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