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The Nahuas after the conquest : a social and cultural history of the Indians of central Mexico, sixteenth through eighteenth centuries

Author: James Lockhart
Publisher: Stanford, Calif. : Stanford University Press, ©1992.
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Genre/Form: History
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: James Lockhart
ISBN: 0804719276 9780804719278 0804723176 9780804723176
OCLC Number: 24283718
Description: xv, 650 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
Contents: 1. Introduction. Views of Postconquest Nahua History. Uses of Language. Some Dimensions and Attributes of the Book. Debts and Affinities --
2. Altepetl. Basic Principles of Altepetl Organization. Complex Altepetl. The Sixteenth-Century Reorganization. Town Government and Structure in the Later Colonial Period --
3. Household. Terminology and Constitution of the Household Complex. The Vocabulary of Kinship. Hints of Household Interaction --
4. Social Differentiation. Commoners. Nobles, Lords, and Rulers. General Changes in the Postconquest Era. The Evolution of Naming Patterns. The Persistence of an Upper Group --
5. Land and Living. Land Tenure at Contact. Land in Postconquest Times. Economic Life and Material Culture --
6. Religious Life. Religion and the Politics of the Altepetl. The Church People. Cofradias. The Church as Personal Property. Saints. The Question of Beliefs --
7. Language. Stage 1. Stage 2. Stage 3. "Stage 4" --
8. Ways of Writing. Preconquest Writing. The Introduction of Spanish-Style Writing. Postconquest Pictographic Writing. Alphabetic Writing. From Pictographic to Alphabetic. Preconquest Modes in Alphabetic Texts. The Evolution of the Spanish Documentary Genres in Nahuatl --
9. Forms of Expression. Annals. Songs. Theater. Titles. A Glimpse at Art and Architecture --
10. Conclusion. The Stages. Some Aspects of Organization in Nahua Culture. The Nature of Cultural Interaction. Perspectives --
Appendix A. Four Nahuatl Documents --
Appendix B. Molina's Model Testament
Responsibility: James Lockhart.
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