Women, Men, and Cycles of Evangelism in the Southwest Borderlands, a.d. 750 to 1750

Brooks, James F.
June 2013
American Historical Review;Jun2013, Vol. 118 Issue 3, p738
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the history of Evangelism in Southwest borderlands of North America between 750 and 1750. The author discusses the evangelical movements that impacted the area, the Chaco Phenomenon, the Katsina religion, Franciscan Catholicism, and Po'Pay's Revolt. He explores how these events impacted the power relations between Pueblo men and women and examines how they reorganized religious and cultural beliefs.


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