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Words & worlds turned around : indigenous Christianities in colonial Latin America /

edited by David Tavárez ; with a foreword by William B. Taylor.

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Names: Tavárez, David Eduardo,
Published: Boulder, Colorado : University Press of Colorado, [2017]
Topics: Syncretism (Religion) - Latin America. | Christianity and other religions. | Indians of South America - Religion. | Indians of Mexico - Religion. | Indigenous peoples - Latin America - Languages. | Spanish language - Religious aspects. | Catholic Church - Latin America - History.
Regions: Latin America - History - To 1830.
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245 00|aWords & worlds turned around :|bindigenous Christianities in colonial Latin America /|cedited by David Tavárez ; with a foreword by William B. Taylor.
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264 1|aBoulder, Colorado :|bUniversity Press of Colorado,|c[2017]
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300 |axvi, 329 pages :|billustrations, maps ;|c23 cm
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504 |aIncludes bibliographical references and index.
505 00|tIntroduction /|rLouise M. Burkhart --|g1.|tPerforming the Zaachila word : the Dominican invention of Zapotec Christianity /|rDavid Tavárez --|g2.|tToward a deconstruction of the notion of Nahua "confession" /|rJulia Madajczak --|g3.|tPrecontact indigenous concepts in Christian translations : the terminology of sin and confession in early colonial Quechua texts /|rGregory Haimovich --|g4.|tA sixteenth-century priest's field notes among the highland Maya : Proto-theologia as vade mecum /|rGarry Sparks and Frauke Sachse --|g5.|tInternational collaborations in translation : the European promise of militant Christianity for the Tupinambá of Portuguese America, 1550s-1613 /|rM. Kittiya Lee --|g6.|tThe Nahua story of Judas : indigenous agency and loci of meaning /|rJustyna Olko --|g7.|tA Nahua Christian talks back : Fabián de Aquino's antichrist dramas as autoethnography /|rBen Leeming --|g8.|tSin, shame, and sexuality : Franciscan obsessions and Maya humor in the Calepino de Motul Dictionary, 1573-1588 /|rJohn F. Chuchiak, IV --|g9.|tTo make Christianity fit : the process of Christianization from an Andean perspective /|rClaudia Brosseder --|g10.|tPredictions and portents of doomsday in European, Nahuatl, and Maya texts /|rMark Z. Christensen --|g11.|tThe value of El Costumbre and Christianity in the discourse of Nahua : catechists from the Huasteca region in Veracruz, Mexico /|rAbelardo de la Cruz --|tConclusions /|rDavid Tavárez.
520 |a"A sophisticated, state-of-the-art approach to the embrace of Christianity by indigenous societies, that reveals the manifold transformations of Christian discourses in the colonial Americas. Surveying how Christian messages were rendered in indigenous languages, the book explores what was gained, transformed, or left behind in these translations"--Provided by publisher.
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