Table of contents for Religious culture in modern Mexico / edited by Martin Austin Nesvig.

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Contents
1. Introduction
Martin Austin Nesvig
2. Miserables and Citizens: Indians, Legal Pluralism, and Religious Practice in Early 
Republican Mexico
Matthew D. O'Hara
3. '. . . para formar el corazón religioso de los jóvenes . . . ': Processes of Change in 
Collective Religiosity in Nineteenth-Century Oaxaca 
Daniela Traffano
4. Mexican Laywomen Spearhead a Catholic Revival: The Ladies of Charity, 1863¿1910
Silvia Marina Arrom
5. Liberal Religion: The Schism of 1861
Pamela Voekel
6. Priests and Caudillos in the Novel of the Mexican Nation
Alejandro Cort zar
7. 'A New Political Religious Order': Church, State, and Workers in Porfirian Mexico
Mark Overmyer-Vel zquez
8. Rights, Rule, and Religion: Old Colony Mennonites and Mexico's Transition to the Free 
Market, 1920¿2000
Jason Dormady
9. Visions of Women: Revelation, Gender, and Catholic Resurgence
Edward Wright-Rios
10. Juan Soldado: The Popular Canonization of a Confessed Rapist-Murderer
Paul J. Vanderwood
11. Religion and the Mexican Revolution: Towards a New Historiography
Adrian Bantjes

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Mexico -- Religious life and customs.