Index
Administration, colonial, 200 n.140
Adorno, Rolena, 178
Africans, 20, 220 n.3; as bozales, 149,
198 n.117; origins and identities of,
196–97 n.93, 229 n.71; and witch-
craft, 150–52, 230 n.75. See also
Blacks; Slavery; Slaves; Slave trade
Agency, 7, 10
Aguirre Beltrán, Gonzalo, 150
Alberro, Solange, 133, 201–2 n.152,
208 n.204, 228 n.46
Altepetl (Indian territorial) units,
54, 88, 191 n.26, 219 n.82
Amith, Jonathan D., 221 n.5
Anderson, Benedict, 182
Apaches, 233 n.7
Apter, Andrew, 229 n.71, 230 n.75
Archivo General de la Nación
(agn), 203–4 n.167
Arendt, Hannah, 34–35
Aristotle, 58–59, 213 n.66
Audiencia (Royal High Court). See
Courts
Axel, Brian Keith, 9
Barbarians, 213 n.56
Behar, Ruth, 110, 185 n.1, 232–33
n.5
Benton, Lauren, 35, 199 n.128
Birds, 231 n.112
Blacks (negros), 29–30, 196 n.91;
alliances with Indians, 97, 98; as
bellicose, 30, 68, 70, 72, 101; de-
nouncing Spaniards, 154–55; as
extensions of Spanish control, 70–
73; free, 22, 30; genealogies of,
32; images of, 71, 82–83, 147–48;
as pernicious influences on In-
dians, 98, 101–2; as procurers of
witchcraft, 153–54; proximity to
Indians in witchcraft, 147–53;
Spanish attitudes toward, 2, 20–
31, 68–70, 100–101; as threats to
Indians, 68–74, 151–52; women,
73–75
Blood, 22–26; and caste, 24–26; and
the devil, 128–29; and race, 22–
23; and witchcraft, 223 nn.35, 37
Bonfíl Batalla, Guillermo, 95
Books, magical, 136, 142–44, 227
n.24
Borah, Woodrow, 200 nn.139, 140
Boswell, John, 112, 224 n.59
Bozales. See Africans
Brujería: and hechicería, 201–2
n.152; and nagualismo, 230 n.79
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