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Cross-cultural history and the domestication of otherness [electronic resource] /

edited by Michal Jan Rozbicki and George O. Ndege.

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Names: Rozbicki, Michał. | Ndege, George O.
Published: New York : Palgrave Macmillan, 2012.
Edition: 1st ed.
Topics: Social history. | Acculturation - History. | Culture diffusion - History. | Cultural fusion - History. | Assimilation (Sociology) - History. | Social change - History.
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504 |aIncludes bibliographical references and index.
505 00|tIntroduction /|rMichal Jan Rozbicki and George O. Ndege --|gPart I.|tRecovering Hidden Identities: Moriscos and Conversos:|g1.|tThe Converso phenomenon and the issue of Spanish identity /|rKevin Ingram;|g2.|tHeretics, Christians, Jews?: Jewish converts and inquisitors in the Early Modern World /|rGretchen Starr-LeBeau;|g3.|tDisappearing Moriscos /|rWilliam Childers --|gPart II.|tMissionaries as Cultural Brokers:|g4.|tAdapting language to culture: translation projects of the Jesuit missions in Japan and China /|rWilliam J. Farge;|g5.|tJesuits in the U.S. Southwest during the nineteenth and twentieth centuries: agents and chroniclers of cross-cultural ministry and history /|rEduardo C. Fernández;|g6.|tThe task of gender role differentiation in foreign missions: the case of American Methodists in Rosario, Argentina, 1870-1880 /|rMark McMeley --|gPart III.|tAfrica: Agency, Contestation, Acculturation:|g7.|tAfricanizing Christianity: cross-cultural history and conceptual ways forward /|rPaul Kollman;|g8.|tConflict and compromise: Western medicine and cultural contestation in Colonial Kenya /|rGeorge O. Ndege --|gPart IV.|tCultural Adaptations:|g9.|tGenealogies, geopolitics, and governance: the indigenization of the Native Nation and U.S. Colony of Hawai'i, 1874-1904 /|rChristine Skwiot --|g10.|tLessons in whiteness: German immigrants and racial ideology in nineteenth-century America /|rKristen Anderson;|g11.|tAcross the Alps: Italian religious culture in French translation /|rThomas Worcester --|gPart V.|tThe Promises and Challenges of Cross-Cultural History:|g12.|tCross-cultural history: toward an interdisciplinary theory /|rMichal Jan Rozbicki.
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