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      The vices and virtues in the images of the Nueva corónica y buen gobierno by Felipe Guaman Poma de Ayala: the violence between justice and arrogance [1]
      The social history in Estudios de Historia Novohispana [1]
      The Place of color in mesoamerican mythology: from the fate of Quetzalcoatl to the epic of 8 Venado [1]
      The Pious Foundation in Maritime Loans of Manila’s Casa de la Santa Misericordia in the Seventeenth Century [1]
      The patients and their diagnosis at La Castañeda General Asylum. An approach from quantitative history (Mexico, 1910-1968) [1]
      The other of the other: between two narratives about logging in the Sierra Tarahumara, Chihuahua, Mexico [1]
      The Notion of Person in Mesoamerica: A Dialogue of Perspectives [1]
      The Nahuatl will of Alonso Begerano [1]
      The Mexican connection: Cárdenas, Roosevelt and the Spanish Civil War [1]
      The Marquis of Altamira and the New Colonizing Drive in the North of New Spain 1742-1753 [1]
      The local impact of a global production: The royal mint of Mexico and its suppliers, 1732-1821 [1]
      The idea of tetzahuitl in the colonial historiography: from the náhuatl tradition to the Illustration. Preliminary comments [1]
      The gods do not understand metaphors: Reality and representation in Mesoamerica [1]
      The force of the law and the haven of custom: prosecution for fraud and abuses at Mexico’s Royal Mint [1]
      The Festival of Atlcahualo and the Ritual Landscapes of the Valley of Mexico [1]
      The Effects of a New Boundary: Indians, Mexicans, and North Americans and the Border Established After the Mexican-American War [1]
      The Crónica Mexicayotl: Colonial Versions of a Mexica Tenochca Historical Tradition [1]
      The Criminalization of Marijuana Consumption in Mexico (1912-1961) [1]
      The commercialization of fatherhood in Mexican graphic advertising (1930-1960) [1]
      The Colors of the Pre-Hispanic Codices from Central Mexico: Material Characterization, Plastic Qualities and Aesthetic Values [1]