Bibliografie zur Rolle der Nustas

Verwendete Literatur

Quellen

Sekundärliteratur

  • Burkholder, Mark A. and Lyman L. Johnson: Colonial Latin America. Oxford University Press. New York, Oxford 2000.
  • Damian, Carol: The Virgin of the Andes: Inka Queen and Christian Goddess. Woman and Art in Early Modern Latin America. Brill. Leiden 2007.
  • Graubart, Karen B.: Indecent Living: Indigenous Women and the Politics of Representation in Early Colonial Peru. In: Colonial Latin American Review, Vol. 9, No. 2, December 2000.
  • Graubart, Karen B.: Weaving and the Construction of a Gender Division of Labor in Early Colonial Peru. In: American Indian Quarterly, Vol. 24, No. 4, 2000.
  • Majluf, Natalia: De la rebellion al museo: genealogías y retratos de los incas, 1781-1900, In: Cummins, Thomas et al. (eds.): Los Incas: Reyes del Peru. Lima 2005. pp. 253-319  
  • McKim-Smith, Gridley: Dressing Colonial, Dressing Diaspora. In: Rishel, Joseph J. and Suzanne L. Stratton (eds.): The Arts in Latin America: 1492-1820. Philadelphia Museum of Art. Philadelphia 2006, pp. 155-163.
  • Phipps, Elena: Garments and Identity in the Colonial Andes. In: Phipps, Elena et al. (eds.): The Colonial Andes: Tapestries and Silverwork, 1530-1830. Yale University Press, New Haven and London 2004, pp. 17-39.
  • Phipps, Elena: Textiles as Cultural Memory: Andean Garments in the Colonial Period. In: Fane, Diane: Converging Cultures: Art and Identity in Spanish America. The Brooklyn Museum. New York 1996, pp. 144-156.
  • Silverblatt, Irene:  Andean Women in the Inca Empire. In: Feminist Studies, Vol. 4, No. 3, 1978.
  • Silverblatt, Irene:  Family Values in Seventeenth-Century Peru. In: Boone, Elizabeth Hill and Tom Cummins: Native Traditions in the Postconquest World. Dumbarton Oaks Research Library. Washington D.C. 1998, pp. 63-89.
  • Stern, Steve J.: Peru's Indian Peoples and the Challenge of Spanish Conquest: Huamanga to 1640. University of Wisconsin Press. Wisconsin 1993.
  • Wuffarden, Luis Eduardo: La descendencia real y el “renacimiento inca” en el virreinato, In: Cummins, Thomas et al. (eds.): Los Incas: Reyes del Peru. Lima 2005, pp. 175-251.  
  • Wuffarden, Luís Eduardo: Portrait of a Ňusta, In: Phipps, Elena, Johanna Hecht, and Cristina Esteras Martín (eds.): The Colonial Andes: Tapestries and Silverwork, 1530-1830. Metropolitan Museum of Art. New York 2004, pp. 160-163.
  • Wuffarden, Luís Eduardo: The Child Virgin Spinning. In: Rishel, Joseph J. and Suzanne L. Stratton (eds.): The Arts in Latin America: 1492-1820. Philadelphia Museum of Art. Philadelphia 2006.

Weiterführende Literatur 

Quellen

  • Cobo, Fray Bernabé: Historia del Nuevo Mundo. [1653]. Atlas. Madrid 1943.

Sekundärliteratur

  • Burkett, Elinor: Indian Women and White Society: The Case of Sixteenth Century Peru. In: Lavrin, Asunción Lavrin (ed.): Latin American Women: Historical Perspectives. Greenwood Press. Westport  1978, pp. 212 – 225.
  • Burns, Kathryn: Gender and the Politics of Mestizaje: The Consent of the Santa Clara in Cuzco Peru. The Hispanic American Historical Review, Vol. 78, February 1998.
  • Costin, Cathy L.: Housewives, Chosen Women, Skilled Men: Cloth Production and Social Identity in the Late Prehispanic Andes.  Archaeological Papers of the American Anthropological Association, Vol. 8, No. 1, 1998.
  • Dean, Carolyn: Inka Bodies and the Body of Christ: Corpus Christi in Colonial Cuzco, Peru. Duke University Press. Durham 1999.
  • Divine and Human: Women in Ancient Mexico and Peru. National Museum of Women in the Arts 2006.
  • Flores Ochoa, Jorge: El Cuzco: resistencia y continuidad. Centro de Estudios Andinos Cuzco. Cuzco 1990.
  • Quilter, Jeffrey (ed.): Gender in Pre-Hispanic America. Dumbarton Oaks 2001.
  • Rostworowski de Diez Canseco, María: El Repartimiento de Doña Beatriz Coya, en el Valle de Yucay. Historia y Cultura: Organo del Museo Nacional de Historia, No. 4, Lima 1970, pp. 153-267.
  • Rowe, John H.: Colonial Portraits of Inca Nobles. In: Tax, Sol (ed.): The Civilizations of Ancient America. Square Publishers. New York 1967, pp. 256-268.
  • Silverblatt, Irene: Andean Women under Spanish Rule. In: Etienne, Mona and Eleanor Leacock (eds.): Women and Colonization: Anthropological Perspectives. New York 1980, pp. 149-185.
  • Silverblatt, Irene:  Moon, Sun, and Witches:  Gender Ideologies and Class in Inca and Colonial Peru. Princton University Press. Princeton 1987.
  • Solomon, Frank: Indian Women of Early Colonial Quito as Seen Through Their Testaments. In: Americas, Vol. 44, No. 3, Jan. 1988, pp. 325 - 341.