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Anderson Hagler,

Anderson Hagler

My scholarship examines how subaltern vassals negotiated state-led attempts to impose orthodoxy. My most recent project analyzes how magic and deviant sexuality intersected with one another to shape notions of race and class during the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries in New Spain.

My second historical article, "Exhuming the Nahualli: Shapeshifting, Idolatry, and Orthodoxy in Colonial Mexico," was published in The Americas: A Quarterly Review of Latin American History (April 2021).

My first historical article, "Archival Epistemology: Honor, Sodomy, and Indians in Eighteenth-Century New Mexico" was published in Ethnohistory (July 2019).

A complete list of my publications can be found on my website.

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Web Page:  http://www.andersonhagler.com

Teaching (Spring 2022):

  • HISTORY 112.01, SEXUAL PLEASURE/MODERN WORLD Synopsis
    Class Bldg 240, TuTh 10:15 AM-11:30 AM
    (also cross-listed as SXL 116.01)

Recent Publications

  1. Hagler, A, Archival Epistemology: Honor, Sodomy, and Indians in Eighteenth-Century New Mexico, Ethnohistory, vol. 66 no. 3 (July, 2019), pp. 515-535, Duke University Press [doi]  [abs]


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