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Publications of Irene Silverblatt    :chronological  combined  bibtex listing:

Books

  1. with Irene Silverblatt and Helene Silverblatt editors and introduction, translated by Jerry Glenn and Florian Birkmayer with Helene Silverblatt and Irene Silverblatt. Harvest of Blossoms: Poems from a Life Cut Short. October, October, 2008. [html]
  2. Meerbaum-Eisinger, S. Harvest of Blossoms: Poems from a Life Cut Short (Collected Poems of Selma Meerbaum-Eisinger).  edited by Silverblatt, I; Silverblatt, H Northwestern University Press, 2008. (translated by Glenn, J; Birkmeyer, F; Silverblatt, H; Silverblatt, I)  [abs]
  3. Silverblatt, I. Japanes translation of Moon, Sun, and Witches.  Iwanami Shoten Publisher, 2001.
  4. Silverblatt, I. Modern Inquisitions: Peru and the Colonial Origins of the Civilized World.  Duke University Press, 2004.  [abs]
  5. I.M. Silverblatt. Moon, Sun, and Witches.  Iwanami Shoten, 2001. (Japanese Translation)
  6. Silverblatt, I. Moon, Sun, and Witches: Gender Ideologies and Class in Inca and Colonial Peru.  Princeton University Press, 1987.  [abs]
  7. Silverblatt, I. Spanish translation of Moon, Sun, and Witches.  Centro-Las Casas, 1990.

Book Chapters

  1. I.M. Silverblatt. ""Family Values in Seventeenth Century Peru"." Native Traditions in the Postconquest World. Edited by Elizabeth Boone and Tom Cummins. 1998: 63-89.
  2. Silverblatt, I. "Acllacuna." Encyclopedia of the Incas. Edited by Urton, G; von Hagen, A. 2015.
  3. Silverblatt, I. "Andean Witches and Virgins: Seventeenth Century Nativism and Subversive Gender Ideologies." Women, Race and Writing in the Early Modern Period. Edited by Hendricks, M; Parker, P. 1994: 259-271.
  4. Silverblatt, I. "Becoming Indian in the Central Andes of Seventeenth Century Peru." Imperial Aftermaths and Postcolonial Displacements. Edited by Prakash, G. 1995: 279-298.
  5. Silverblatt, I. "Cristianos nuevos y miedos a proposito del Nuevo Mundo en el Peru del siglo xvii." Auto de la Fe Celebrado en Lima a 23 Enero de 1639, al Tribunal del Santo Oficio de la Inquisicion by Fernando de Montesinos September, 2015.  [abs]
  6. Silverblatt, I. "Definiciones de la Modernidad y Inquisiciones Modernas." Reestructuracion de las Ciencias Sociales en los Paises Andinos. Edited by Gomez, S. 2001.  [abs]
  7. Silverblatt, I. "Family Values in Seventeenth-Century Peru." Envisioning Women in Latin America History. Edited by Nava, C. September, 2015.
  8. Silverblatt, I. "Forward." Imperial Subjects: Race and Identity in Colonial Latin America. Edited by Hara, MO; Fisher, A. 2009.
  9. Silverblatt, I. "Haunting the Modern Andean State: Colonial Legacies of Race and Civilization." Off-Centered States: Political Formation and Deformation in the Andes. Edited by Krupa, C; Nugent, D. 2015.  [abs]
  10. I.M. Silverblatt. "Haunting the Modern Andean State: Colonial Legacies of Race and Civilization." Off-Centered States: State Formation and Deformation in the Andes. Edited by Christopher Krupa and David Nugent. in press.
  11. Silverblatt, I. "Modern Inquisitions." Empires: Thinking Colonial Studies Beyond Europe. Edited by Stoler, A; McGranahan, C. 2007: 295-331.
  12. Silverblatt, I. "Native Andeans Observe Spanish Colonials." Europe Observed. Edited by Hawes, C; Chaterjee, K. 2008.
  13. Silverblatt, I. "New World Christians and New World Fears in Colonial Peru." From the Margins: Historical Anthropology and its Futures. Edited by Axel, BK. 2002. (Reprint of "New World Christians...." published in Comparative Studies in Society and History, 2000)
  14. Silverblatt, I. "Political Disenfranchisement." Latin American Cultural Studies Reader. Edited by del Sarto, A; Rios, A; Trigo, A. 2004.
  15. Silverblatt, I. "Power and Memory in Latin America: The Uses of the Pre-Columbian Past." Archaeology and Society in the 21st Century: The Dead Sea Scrolls and Other Case Studies. Edited by Silberman, NA; Frerichs, ES. 2001: 21-32.  [abs]
  16. Silverblatt, I. "Prologo." No Se Puede Descolonizar Sin Despatriarcalizar: Teoria y Propuesta de la Despatriarcalizacion, by Maria Galindo 2013.
  17. Silverblatt, I. "Religion and Race in the Emerging Modern World: Indians, Incas, and Conspiracy Stories in Colonial Peru." Practicing Catholic: Ritual, Body, and Contestation in Catholic Faith. Edited by Morrill, B; Ziegler, J; Rodgers, S. 2006.
  18. Silverblatt, I. "Religion and Race in the Emerging Modern World: Indians, Incas, and Conspiracy Stories in Colonial Peru." Practicing Catholic: Ritual, Body, and Contestation in Catholic Faith. Edited by Morrill, BT; Ziegler, J; Rodgers, S. 2006. [doi]
  19. Silverblatt, I. "The Black Legend and Global Conspiracies: The Spanish Inquisition, Race-Thinking and the Emerging Modern World." Rereading the Black Legend. Edited by Greer, M; Mignolo, W. 2008.
  20. Silverblatt, I. "The Inca’s Witches: Gender and the Cultural Work of Colonization in Seventeenth Century Peru." Possible Pasts: Becoming Colonial in Early America. Edited by St. George, R. 2000: 109-130.  [abs]
  21. Silverblatt, I. "Women." Encyclopedia of the Incas. Edited by Urton, G; Hagen, AV. 2015.
  22. I.M. Silverblatt. "“Forward”, Imperial Subjects: Race and Identity in Colonial Latin America." Imperial Subjects: Race and Identity in Colonial Latin America. Edited by M. O'Hara and A. Fisher. 2009.

Papers Published

  1. Silverblatt, I. "Chasteté et pureté des liens sociaux dans le Pérou du XVIIe siècle." Cahiers Du Genre Genre, modernite et colonialite du pouvoir50:1 (December, 2011): 17-40. [doi]
  2. Silverblatt, I. "Colonial conspiracies." Ethnohistory 53:2 (March, 2006): 259-280. [Gateway.cgi], [doi]  [abs]
  3. Silverblatt, I. "Colonial Peru and the Inquisition: Race-Thinking, Torture, and the Making of the Modern World." Transforming Anthropology 19:2 (October, 2011): 132-138. [doi]  [abs]
  4. Silverblatt, I. "Confronting Nationalisms, Cosmopolitan Visions, and the Politics of Memory: Aesthetics of Reconciliation and Selma Meerbaum-Eisinger in Western Ukraine."  Special volume on Reconciliation Dissidences 4:8 (Winter, 2012).  [abs]
  5. Silverblatt, I. "Heresies and colonial geopolitics." Romanic Review 103:1-2 (January, 2012): 65-80.
  6. Silverblatt, I. "Honor, Sex, and Civilizing in the Making of Seventeenth Century Peru." Journal of the Steward Anthropological Society 25:1&2 (1997): 181-198.
  7. Silverblatt, I. "Imperial Dilemmas, the Politics of Kinship, and Inca Reconstructions of History." Comparative Studies in Society and History 30:1 (January, 1988): 83-102. [Gateway.cgi], [doi]
  8. Glauz-Todrank, AE; Boyarin, J; Silverblatt, I; Geller, J; Gross, A; Imhoff, S; Sippy, S. "Jewish identification and critical theory: The political significance of conceptual categories." Critical Research on Religion 2:2 (August, 2014): 165-194. [doi]  [abs]
  9. Silverblatt, I. "Lessons of Gender and Ethnohistory in Mesoamerica." Ethnohistory 42:4 (1995): 639-639. [Gateway.cgi], [doi]
  10. Silverblatt, I. "New Christians and new world fears in seventeenth-century Peru." Comparative Studies in Society and History 42:3 (January, 2000): 524-546. [Gateway.cgi], [doi]  [abs]
  11. Silverblatt, I. "Stained Blood in the Old World and the New: New Christians and the Racial Categories of the Colonial-Modern World." Critical Research on Religion 2 (2014).  [abs]
  12. Silverblatt, I. "The evolution of witchcraft and the meaning of healing in colonial Andean society.." Culture, Medicine and Psychiatry 7:4 (December, 1983): 413-427. [6362989], [doi]  [abs]
  13. Silverblatt, I. "The secret history of gender: Women, men, and power in late Colonial Mexico.." Comparative Studies in Society and History 41:2 (April, 1999): 406-406. [Gateway.cgi]
  14. Silverblatt, I. "Women in States." Annual Review of Anthropology 17:1 (October, 1988): 427-460. [Gateway.cgi], [doi]

Papers Accepted

  1. I.M. Silverblatt. "Women, Religion, and the Incas." Annual of the Science of Religion (Peru)  (2011).

Papers Submitted

  1. I.M. Silverblatt. ""Haunting the Modern Andean State: Colonial Legacies of Race and Civilization”." Estados Decentrados: Formacion y deformacion politica en los andes  (September, September, 2010).  [abs]
  2. I.M. Silverblatt. ""Inca Women"." Encyclopedia of the Incas  (in press).
  3. I.M. Silverblatt. "Aclla." Encyclopedia of the Incas  (in press).

Book Reviews

  1. Silverblatt, I; Sanchez, A; MacCormack, S, "Amancebados, hechiceros, y rebeldes. Chancay, siglo XVII.". The Hispanic American Historical Review 73:1 (February, 1993): 157-157. [Gateway.cgi], [doi]
  2. SILVERBLATT, I, "Anthropological History of Andean Polities. JOHN V. MURRA, NATHAN WACHTEL, and JACQUES REVEL, eds". American Ethnologist 16:2 (May, 1989): 400-401. [Gateway.cgi], [doi]
  3. I.M. Silverblatt, "Into the Archive: Writing and Power in Colonial Peru, by Kathryn Burns". Journal of Social History  (2012).
  4. Silverblatt, I, "Into the Archive: Writing and Power in Colonial Peru. By Kathryn Burns (Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 2010. xv plus 247 pp.)". Journal of Social History 46:2 (December, 2012): 596-598. [Gateway.cgi], [doi]
  5. SILVERBLATT, I, "Native lords of Quito in the age of the incas: The political economy of north Andean chiefdoms. FRANK SALOMON". American Ethnologist 15:3 (August, 1988): 585-586. [Gateway.cgi], [doi]

Other

  1. Silverblatt, I. "Threads Speak." . 2012.  [abs]

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