Race and Classification: The Case of Mexican America

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Index
Abarca, Pedro: El Sol en León …, 50; 291n46
Abramovich, Marina, 238
Acosta, José de, 114, 118; on categories of barbarians, 75; Historia natural y moral de las Indias, 74-75; on origin of Indians, 74-75
Africans: attitudes toward blood of, 1, 3, 9, 12-13, 30-31, 39, 41, 87, 267nl, 273n34, 280n26, 285n63; as descendants of Ham, 31, 81; excluded from Spanish guilds, 294n74; in independent Mexico, 18, 155-56; in sistema de castas, 3, 8-9, 31, 33-34, 39, 41, 42, 178-79, 285n63; as slaves, 7, 12, 25, 30-31, 32, 33-34, 41, 168, 179, 270n20, 280n26, 328nl9; unions with Indians, 1, 3, 12-13, 16, 29-30, 32, 41, 42, 77, 98, 273n34, 281n35, 299nl23; unions with Spaniards, 1, 3, 12-13, 16, 29-30, 32, 39, 41, 42, 47, 88, 96, 178-79, 267nl, 273n34, 285n63, 288n24
Agassiz, Louis, 16
Alamo, the, 182, 209, 219
alcabala, 48-49, 64, 289n35
Alcíbar, José de, 45, 65, 66-67, 288n23, 298nll8
Aldama, Arturo, 228
alegatos, 14
Alejo, Francisco Xavier, 80-81
Alianza de Pueblos Libres, 20
Allen, Garland E., 165
Alonso, Ana María, 161
Alvarez Abreu, Pantaleón, 108
Álzate y Ramírez, José Antonio de: on Africans, 96, 118; Descripción de las antigüedades de Xochicalco, 93, 94-95, 305n68; Gazetas de literatura de México, 92-93, 95, 306n80; on Indians, 92-97, 118; loyalty to Spain, 92, 305n60; Observaciones sobre la física historia natural y artes útiles, 96
Amelang, James, 48
American Eugenics Society, 165, 166
American Family, 335n74
American Me, 219-20
American Psychiatric Association: and Diagnostic and Statistical Manual, 154
Anáhuac confederation, 138
anthropometry, 156
anti-Semitism, 163, 322n51
Antolín Guerra, Silvia, 240
Antonio (martyr), 108, 110, 312nl22
Anzaldua, Gloria, 223, 228
Apaches, 180
Apparition of San Miguel del Milagro to Diego Lázaro, 109
Apparition of the Virgin ofOcotlán to the Indian¡uanDiego, 111
Arau, Sergio: A Day Without A Mexican, 220, 234-35
Arce, Carlos: “Phenotype and Life Chances Among Chícanos,” 191
ARCO Madrid, 242, 338nl
Arellano, Antonio de, 61
Argentina: eugenics in, 152
Aristotle, 77, 301nl2

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