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THE RACIAL PROFILE OF A RURAL MEXICAN
(The Americas, 2000)
Late colonial Mexico possessed one of the largest free-colored populations in Spanish America, numbering around 370,000 in 1793. The colony’s pardos, morenos, and mulattos were highly dispersed, being found throughout ...
Afro-Mexican History: Trends and Directions in Scholarship
(History Compass, 2005)
This article surveys the development of a relatively new and vibrant subfield in Latin American History, mapping out the major stages of its evolution and signaling key intellectual debates. While much of the scholarship ...