Neither Saints nor Sinners: Writing the Lives of Women in Spanish America

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Index
Page numbers in italics indicate illustrations.
Agreda, Madre de, 83, 245n.71
Aguiar y Seijas, Francisco, 59, 101, 109, 110, 114, 220n.35
Aguilera, Francisco de, 51, 52, 54, 65, 66, 67
Alemán, Padre Antonio, 131, 136, 139
Alemán, Mateo, 124, 234n.44, 236n.66
Alexander VII, Pope, 29
alumbrados (illuminists), 7, 11, 12, 14, 78, 212n.26
Rosa de Lima and, 28, 33, 34, 214n.53
Amazon warrior women, 143
Ana de San Bartolomé, 224n.31
Angulo, Domingo, 24
Anne, Saint, 57
Anthony of Padua, 70, 74, 79
Antonia de la Madre de Dios, 87, 225n.37
apologia por vita sua,82, 103, 149
Arce, Juan, 106–7
Arenal, Electa, ix, 138
Asbaje, Pedro Manuel de, 96
asceticism, 25, 32, 70, 73, 84
Augustine, Saint, 13, 83, 148
Confessions,11, 117
Augustinian Recollects, 69, 70, 74
autobiographies. See confessional
autobiographies; journals; spiritual autobiographies; vidas
autohagiography, 11, 72, 117
autos-da-fé, 8, 34, 63, 166
Barnes-Karol, Gwendolyn, 62
Barreto, Isabel de, 160
Barros, Manuel de, 76, 82
beatas,34, 41–42, 45, 234n.47
Counter-Reformation and, 14, 16
María de San José as, 69, 70, 72, 73
Bell, Rudolph, 13
Bénassy-Berling, Marie-Cécile, 109
Benedict XIV, Pope, 166
Bernard of Clairvaux, 79
Berruecos López, Antonia, 73
Bible, vii, 40, 51, 108, 159
Bilbao, Luis de, 28, 212n.24, 214n.56
biographies, religious. See hagiographies
bodies, women's, 141, 143, 148
Bourbon monarchy, 138, 166
Bradstreet, Anne, 225n.1
Brigit, Saint, 78
broadsides, 19, 146, 158–59
buenas costumbres,12, 58
Burke, Peter, 13, 66
Burns, Kathryn, 67
Bynum, Carolyn Walker, ix, 13
Cabrera, Miguel, 110–11
Calleja, Diego de, 113, 114
Campo, Alonso del, 233n.18
canonization, ix, 7, 8, 11, 19, 77, 166
changes in process of, 31–32, 48, 60, 61, 166, 220n.34
codification of processes of, 12
hagiographic role in, 5, 12–13, 15, 62
See also under Rosa de Lima
Cánovas, Rodrigo, 118
Cárdenas, Beatriz de, 152
Cárdenas, Juan Dionisio de, 83
Carlos II, king of Spain, 54
Carlos V, king of Spain, 3
Carmelites, 74, 148
Carranza, Angela, 137
Carta al Padre Núñez (Juana Inés de la Cruz), 95, 98, 99, 102, 108
Carta atenagórica (Juana Inés de la Cruz), 94, 95, 98–101, 103, 109, 113, 227–28n.37
Carta de Serafina de Cristo (1691), 226n.13, 228n.41
Carvajal, Augustin de, 145, 154, 155–56
Castillo, Fernando del, 210n.11
Castillo, Juan del, 28, 33–34, 35, 37, 214n.54
Castillo, Madre, ix, 138, 210n.23
Castillo y Altra, Hypólito, 49
Castro, Miguel, 243n.43, 243n.46
Catalina de Erauso. See Erauso, Catalina de
Catarina de San Juan, 44–68, 89, 94, 114, 115, 135, 164, 165
biographical overview of, 48–50
chronology of, 68
hagiographic biography of, 16, 44, 45–48, 50–65, 67, 72, 93, 99, 159, 161
hagiographic selections, 177–82
male disguise of, 140

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