Volume 10, Issue 1 (Winter 2001)
From the Editor's Desk
Founded in 1992, CLAHR is proud to announce the publication of its 10th volume. The essays in this first number of Volume 10 are dedicated to Cuba's colonial history.
Much has been written about colonial Cuba, yet its historical importance has been overshadowed by modern events related to the Cuban Revolution of 1959. Even so, Cuba's long colonial history shaped its present society, language, lore, music, religion, and other fundamental aspects of the island's cultural life. In this issue, CLAHR contributes to the historiographical underpinnings of Cuba's colonial past. The five essays herein are aimed at rediscovering and encouraging future study of that important history.
Estancias y sitios de labor: su presencia en las publicaciones cubanas del siglo XIX
Carlos Venegas Fornias
Rosemary A. Joyce, Gender and Power in Prehispanic Mesoamerica
Matthew B. Restall