Table of contents for Local religion in colonial Mexico / [edited by] Martin Austin Nesvig.

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Contents
Acknowledgments	000
List of Illustrations	000
Introduction	000
Chapter One: The Concept of Popular Religion: Carlos M. N. Eire	000
Chapter Two: Icons of Devotion: The Appropriation and Use of Saints in New Spain: Antonio Rubial García	000
Chapter Three: The "Indian Question" and the Case of Tlatelolco: Martin Austin Nesvig	000
Chapter Four: Between Nativitas and Mexico City: An Eighteenth-Century Pastor's Local Religion: William B. Taylor	000
Chapter Five: Autonomy, Honor, and the Ancestors: Native Local Religion in Seventeenth-Century Oaxaca: David Tav rez	000
Chapter Six: Carriers of Saints: Traveling Alms Collectors and Nahua Gender Roles: Edward W. Osowski	000
Chapter Seven: Confraternities and Community: The Decline of the Communal Quest for Salvation in Eighteenth-Century Mexico City: Brian Larkin	000
Chapter Eight: Routes to Respectability: Confraternities and Men of African Descent in New Spain: Nicole von Germeten	000
Chapter Nine: Voices from a Living Hell: Slavery, Death, and Salvation in a Mexican Obraje: Javier Villa-Flores	000
Chapter Ten: Catholicisms: William Christian Jr.	000
Glossary	000

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Catholic Church -- Mexico -- History.
Christianity and culture -- Mexico -- History.
Mexico -- History -- Spanish colony, 1540-1810.