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|Introduction: Contextualizing race, gender, and religion in the New World|
|Women as go-betweens? Patterns in 16th-century Brazil|
|Gender and violence: conquest, conversion, and culture on new Spain's imperial frontier|
|The very sinews of a new Colony: demographic determinism and the history of early Georgia women, 1732-52|
|The convent as missionary in 17th-century France|
|'Although I am black, I am beautiful': Juana Esperanza de San Alberto, Black Carmelite of Puebla|
|Andean women in religion: Beatas, 'decency', and the defense of honour in colonial Cuzco|
|Incest, sexual virtue, and social mobility in late colonial Mexico|
|'An empire founded on libertinage': The mulâtresse and colonial anxiety in Saint Domingue|
|Mediating Mackinac: métis women's cultural persistence in the Upper Great Lakes|
|Circuits of knowledge among women in early-17th-century Lima|
|Waters of faith, currents of freedom: gender, religion, and ethnicity in inter-imperial trade between Curaçao and Tierra Firme|
|Afterword: women in the Atlantic world|
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