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, Span. México or Méjico , officially United Mexican States, republic (2005 est. pop. 106,203,000), 753,665 sq mi (1,952,500 sq km), S North America.
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Carroll's research is impressive and his contribution to our understanding of blacks, their improvements to and experiences in colonial Mexico are significant.
Carrera explores the sticky issue of classification in colonial Mexico through an analysis of the cuadros de casta, paintings that portray men, women, and their children "classified in hierarchical order according to their proportion of Spanish blood.
This document also attests to the significant amount of European printed music that was imported into colonial Mexico (New Spain) at the end of the eighteenth century via Spain and Veracruz, the port of entry into New Spain.
The Relacion is one of the most important illustrated manuscripts of early colonial Mexico, having been produced in the early 1540s by a Franciscan friar, Jeronimo de Alcala, in close collaboration with P'urhepecha nobles and artists.
In these northern systems the African population was also present, and its participation extends and enriches knowledge of colonial Mexico.
4) Brian OWENSBY, Empire of Law and Indian Justice in Colonial Mexico, Stanford, Stanford University Press, 2008.
Making contributions to urban history as well as to the study of culture and race, the book begins with a recreation of colonial Mexico City, complete with detailed maps and tables, that had been divided into ethnically exclusive enclaves.
Aztecs on stage; religious theater in colonial Mexico.
Mesoamerican Voices: Native-Language Writings from Colonial Mexico, Oaxaca, Yucatan, and Guatemala
Part I of the book presents a prologue ("Landivar, Latin and Colonialism") and three "essay studies" on classical culture in colonial Mexico, Landivar's life and early writings, and literary examinations of the Rusticatio.
In this way, this book echoes Samuel Edgerton's Theaters of Conversion: Religious Architecture and Indian Artisans in Colonial Mexico (Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 2001).

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