Table of contents for Transforming images : New Mexican santos in-between worlds / Claire Farago and Donna Pierce.

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	List of Illustrations
Introduction: Locating New Mexican Santos in-between Worlds
Claire Farago
Part One: Problems for Interpretation
1	Mediating Ethnicity and Culture: Framing New Mexico as a Case Study
Claire Farago
2	The Semiotics of Images and Political Realities
Claire Farago
3	The Active Reception of International Artistic Sources in New Mexico
Donna Pierce
	Interleaf A: Possible Political Allusions in Some New Mexican Santos
Donna Pierce
Part Two: Reconstructing Ethnicity from the Archives
4	The Formative Era for New Mexico's Colonial Population: 1693-1700
Jos¿ Antonio Esquibel
5	The Dynamic Ethnicity of the People of Spanish Colonial New Mexico in the 
Eighteenth Century
Paul Kraemer
	Interleaf B: Possible Approaches to Future Research Based on the Human Genome 
Paul Kraemer
6	Hybrid Households: A Cross Section of New Mexican Material Culture
Donna Pierce and Cordelia Thomas Snow
Part Three: Christian Icons Between Theory and History
	Introduction to Chapter 7
Donna Pierce and Claire Farago
7	The Early Santeros of New Mexico
Marianne L. Stoller
	Interleaf C: The Life of an Artist: The Case of Captain Bernardo Miera y Pacheco
Donna Pierce
8	Hide Painting in New Mexico: New Archival Evidence
Donna Pierce
9	Hide Paintings, Print Sources, and the Early Expression of a New Mexican Colonial 
Kelly Donahue-Wallace
10	Transforming Images: "Managing the Interstices with a Measure of Creativity" 
Claire Farago
	Interleaf D: Sound, Image, and Identity: The Matachines Danza Across Borders
Brenda Romero
Part Four: Inventing Modern Identities
11	Competing Religious Discourses in Postcolonial New Mexico
Claire Farago
12	Tradition Reconfigured: Juan A. Sanchez, Patroci¿o Barela, and New Deal Saint 
Thomas L. Riedel
13	Current Approaches to Problems of Attribution
Robin Farwell Gavin
14	Saints Alive: Santos in Contemporary Life
Dinah Zeiger
	Interleaf E: Catholicism and the Pueblo Missions of New Mexico
Carmella Padilla
15	Re(f)using Art: Aby Warburg and the Ethics of Scholarship
Claire Farago
	Consolidated Bibliography
	Notes on the Contributors
	Photo Credits

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Santos (Art) -- New Mexico.
Folk art -- New Mexico -- Foreign influences.
Ethnicity -- New Mexico.
Hybridity (Social sciences) and the arts.