Angels, Demons, and the New World, Fernando Cervantes and Andrew Redden, eds (Cambridge, 2013).
Introduction Fernando Cervantes and Andrew Redden
Part I. From the Old World to the New:
1. The devil in the old world: anti-superstition literature, medical humanism and preternatural philosophy in early modern Spain, Andrew Keitt
2. Demonios within and without: Hieronymites and the devil in the early modern Hispanic world, Kenneth Mills
3. How to see angels: the resilience of Mendicant spirituality in Spanish America, Fernando Cervantes
Part II. Indigenous and Afro-American Responses:
4. Satan is my nickname: demonic and angelic interventions in colonial Nahuatl theatre, Louise Burkhart
5. Vipers under the altar cloth: Satanic and angelic forms in seventeenth-century New Granada, Andrew Redden
6. Where did all the angels go? An interpretation of the Nahua supernatural world, Caterina Pizzigoni
Part III. The World of the Baroque:
7. Angels and demons in the conquest of Peru, Ramón Mujica Pinilla
8. Winged and imagined Indians, Jaime Cuadriello
9. Psychomachia Indiana: angels, devils and holy images in New Spain, David Brading.