Table of contents for Christians, blasphemers, and witches : Afro-Mexican ritual practice in the seventeenth century / Joan Cameron Bristol.

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List of Illustrations	000
Acknowledgments	000
Introduction	000
Chapter 1: "Although I Am Black, I Am Beautiful": Religion, Difference, and Calidad in Spanish America	000
Chapter 2: "The People Most Unenlightened by Doctrine": The Church and the Creation of Christian Subjects in Spanish America	000
Chapter 3: "The Devotion That I Have": Christian Practice and Its Limits	000
Chapter 4: "I Renounce God and His Saints": Renouncing Authority at the Inquisition	000
Chapter 5: "To Have Health There Was Nothing That He Wouldn't Take": Magic and the Mediation of Authority	000
Chapter 6: "Usurping the Ecclesiastical Jurisdiction?": Accusations and Objects in Turn-of-the-Century Mexico City	000
Notes	000
Glossary	000
Selected Bibliography	000
Index	000

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Blacks -- Mexico -- Social conditions.
Blacks -- Mexico -- Rites and ceremonies.
Blacks -- Mexico -- History -- 17th century.