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"...this work presents what is arguably one of the most detailed socio-political and economic analyses to be written on any given region in colonial Spanish America."--Itinerario "Jonathan D. Amith's book is one of the most important works on colonial Mexican history to be published in the last decade."--American Historical Review

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"...this work presents what is arguably one of the most detailed socio-political and economic analyses to be written on any given region in colonial Spanish America."--Itinerario "Jonathan D. Amith's book is one of the most important works on colonial Mexican history to be published in the last decade."--American Historical Review
Autorenporträt
Jonathan D. Amith is an independent scholar who has been affiliated with Yale University, the University of Pennsylvania, Gettysburg College, and the University of Chicago. He has previously edited a volume on the politics and culture of indigenous art: The Amate Tradition: Innovation and Protest in Mexican Art (1995).