Table of contents for Shamanism, Catholicism and gender relations in colonial Philippines 1521-1685 / Carolyn Brewer.


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Contents
List of Figures	vi
List of Tables	viii
Preface		ix
Acknowledgements	xi
Introduction	xiii
PART I: CONTACT AND CONVERSION
1 Magellan's Legacy	3
2 Contact and Morals	17
3	'Good' and 'Bad' Women 	39
4	Confession and Flagellation	65
PART II: CONTACT AND THE BAYLAN
5	Contact, Conversion and the Baylan	85
6	Evil (and) Old Women	103
7	Transvestism and the 'Third Sex/Gender' Space	131
PART III: CONTACT AND THE INQUISITION
8	The Archbishop, the Priest, the Holy Inquisition and Resistance	147
9	Holy Confrontation: Religion and Gender in Bolinao	165
Conclusion	193
Appendices	202
Notes on Sources	207
Bibliography	220
Index	239




Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Sex role Philippines, Women Philippines Social conditions, Animism Philippines, Women in the Catholic Church Philippines History, Christianity and other religions Animism, Animism Relations Christianity, Catholic Church Philippines History Modern period, 1500-Philippines Religious life and customs