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Indian Women of Early Mexico This volume counters the stereotype that Indian women are without history Neither silent nor invisible, women of early Mexico were active participants in society and critically influenced the direction history would take This collection of essays by leading scholars in Mexican ethnohistory, edited by Susan Schroeder, Stephanie Wood, and Robert Haskett, examines the life experiences of Indian women in preconquest and colonial Mexico

10 thoughts on “Indian Women of Early Mexico

  1. Remington Krueger Remington Krueger says:

    I read the 7 chapters on the interaction of Nahua people and Spanish people and the intro conclusion.I liked it, though some of the chapters deviated a little from what I was looking for.

  2. Annie Annie says:

    Only really read the article Rethinking Malinche by Francis Karttunen Was a wonderful, rich article, drawing on the myriad ways the telling and believing of this woman and her life have changed.

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