Second Series, Volume 2, Issue 3 (Summer 2014)
From the Editor's DeskThe Colonial Latin American Historical Review (CLAHR) is honored and pleased to have Dr. José de la Cruz Pacheco Rojas. from the Universidad Juárez del Estado de Durango, Mexico, serve as guest editor of this important volume on missions in colonial Spanish America. Dr. Pacheco Rojas worked with the editorial staff at CLAHR to produce the final edited version of this volume. His selection of specialists on Spanish colonial missions has produced a cross section of ideas that contribute knowledge and understanding of historical mission fields and histories as well as the patrimony of historic places that once stretched geographically from Chile and Argentina to California, Arizona, New Mexico, Texas, and Florida as well as the Caribbean and the Philippines. We are pleased with this special issue which focuses on a dialog of historiography, terminology, historical significance of missions. and evangelical processes. We hope our readers will likewise enjoy this volume and its use as a source that inspires a continued inquiry into the Spanish colonial mission heritage of the Americas. Special thanks to Dr. Elíseo Torres. Vice President of Student Affairs. University of New Mexico, for providing additional funding for this special issue, and to our guest editor, the authors, and the staff of the Colonial Latin American Historical Review.
Escritura, poder y memoria en las reducciones jesuíticas del Paraguay: trayectorias de líderes indígenas
en tiempos de transición
Eduardo Neumann and Guillermo Wilde
Sherwin K. Bryant, Rivers of Gold, Lives of Bondage: Governing through Slavery in Colonial Quito
Danielle Terrazas Williams