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📒The Broken Spears 2007 Revised Edition ✍ Miguel Leon-Portilla
✏The Broken Spears 2007 Revised Edition Book Summary : For hundreds of years, the history of the conquest of Mexico and the defeat of the Aztecs has been told in the words of the Spanish victors. Miguel León-Portilla has long been at the forefront of expanding that history to include the voices of indigenous peoples. In this new and updated edition of his classic The Broken Spears, León-Portilla has included accounts from native Aztec descendants across the centuries. These texts bear witness to the extraordinary vitality of an oral tradition that preserves the viewpoints of the vanquished instead of the victors. León-Portilla's new Postscript reflects upon the critical importance of these unexpected historical accounts.
📒The Broken Spears ✍ Miguel León Portilla
✏The Broken Spears Book Summary : Translated by Lysander Kemp. Illustrations adapted from original codices painting.
📒Aztec Thought And Culture ✍ Miguel León Portilla
✏Aztec Thought and Culture Book Summary : Translations of ancient Aztec documents reveal their thoughts on the origin of the universe, the nature of God, and the significance of art.
📒In The Language Of Kings ✍ Miguel Leon-Portilla
✏In the Language of Kings Book Summary : The first anthology in any language to represent the full trajectory of this remarkable literature.
📒Introduction To Feminist Thought And Action ✍ Menoukha Robin Case
✏Introduction to Feminist Thought and Action Book Summary : Introduction to Feminist Thought and Action is an accessible foundation that whets appetite for further study. It provides a non-US-centric introduction to gender studies, covering topics like 19th-century African, Chinese, and Arab movements, and foregrounds Black and Indigenous feminisms. Several case studies—the Aztecs and the Spanish, Agriculture and Gender, Beauty and Authority, Racial Stereotypes, and US Voting Rights—reveal how the interconnected architecture of privilege and oppression affects issues like globalization, media, and the environment. Feminist theories about race, sexuality, class, disabilities, and more culminate in step-by-step instructions for applying intersectionality and practicing activism. Rich with 19 diverse first-person voices, it brings feminism to life and lives to feminism.
✏One Hundred Years of Solitude Struggle and Violence along the US Mexico Border Book Summary : This book features oral histories, mainly of members of the ranching families who have lived in the Mexican State of Sonora and the corresponding territory in the US that stretches from Tijuana on the California border to Agua Prieta on the Arizona border. The elders in those families recall the tales that their grandparents told, providing a century of perspectives on the revolution in economics, culture, and drug trade that the area has witnessed. The book uses the voices of those who have lived through the vicissitudes of border life to paint this cultural upheaval in gripping, personal terms.
📒Our Lady Of Everyday Life ✍ María Del Socorro Castañeda-Liles
✏Our Lady of Everyday Life Book Summary : For Mexican Catholic women in the United States, devotion to Our Lady of Guadalupe-La Virgen-is a necessary aspect of their cultural identity. In this masterful ethnography, María Del Socorro Castañeda-Liles considers three generations of Mexican-origin women between the ages of 18 and 82. She examines the Catholic beliefs the women inherited from their mothers and how these beliefs become the template from which they first learn to see themselves as people of faith. She also offers a comprehensive analysis of how Catholicism creates a culture in which Mexican-origin women learn how to be "good girls" in a manner that reduces their agency to rubble. Through the nexus of faith and lived experience, these women develop a type of Mexican Catholic imagination that helps them challenge the sanctification of shame, guilt, and aguante (endurance at all cost). This imagination allows these women to transgress strict notions of what a good Catholic woman should be while retaining life-giving aspects of Catholicism. This transgression is most visible in their relationship to La Virgen, which is a fluid and deeply engaged process of self-awareness in everyday life.
📒Cort S ✍ Carl R. Green
✏Cort s Book Summary : A look at the life of Spanish conquistador Hernâan Cortâes, including his first voyages to the New World, his conquering of the Aztec Empire, and his legacy in world history.
📒Hero Street U S A ✍ Marc Wilson
✏Hero Street U S A Book Summary : Tells the story of a group of Mexican American men from Silvis, Illinois, who served in both World War II and the Korean War.