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Presentación 2024 Fronteras de la Historia 29 (1): 8-18
  • Antonio Escobar Ohmstede
  • Diana Bonnett Vélez
H6/KUL [FRONTERAS-] 0123-4676
“It’s public that is misbehaving”: indigenous and mestiza women among the prostitution allegations brought to the Ecclesiastical Court of the Bishopric of Maranhão in the 18th century 2024 Fronteras de la Historia 29 (1): 138-58
  • Maria Rosalina Bulcão Loureiro
H6/KUL [FRONTERAS-] 0123-4676
The border as a colonial invention: a reinterpretation of cultural boundaries in a region of the eastern Andes of Colombia 2024 Fronteras de la Historia 29 (1): 183-205
  • Camilo Andrés Colorado Yepes
H6/KUL [FRONTERAS-] 0123-4676
Challenging relationships, fleeting desires. Women of African origin and magical practices in the Port of Campeche, 1639 2024 Fronteras de la Historia 29 (1): 270-88
  • Carlos Roberto Gutiérrez Peraza
H6/KUL [FRONTERAS-] 0123-4676
Conflicts and negotiations on natural resources in the Valles Centrales of Oaxaca, 18th century. The case of Santo Domingo Tomaltepec and Tlalixtac 2024 Fronteras de la Historia 29 (1): 84-115
  • Antonio Escobar Ohmstede
  • Marta Martín Gabaldón
H6/KUL [FRONTERAS-] 0123-4676
Escapes, rebellions and cabildos. The response of the indigenous people of Chiquitos to the Bourbon reforms 2024 Fronteras de la Historia 29 (1): 42-62
  • Cecilia Martínez
H6/KUL [FRONTERAS-] 0123-4676
The epidemic of fevers (Typhus) of 1814 in the Tlaxcalan Indian villages of northeastern Nueva España 2024 Fronteras de la Historia 29 (1): 159-81
  • Andrea Alejandra Martínez Coronel
  • José Gustavo González Flores
H6/KUL [FRONTERAS-] 0123-4676
Melchor de Salazar: itinerary and social mobility in the Governorships of Popayán and Chocó, 1548-1623 2024 Fronteras de la Historia 29 (1): 289-317
  • Juan David Montoya Guzmán
H6/KUL [FRONTERAS-] 0123-4676
The pueblos de indios of Chiapas during the period of the Intendencia. 1786-1821. Some changes in its political, economic, and religious organization 2024 Fronteras de la Historia 29 (1): 116-37
  • María Dolores Palomo Infante
H6/KUL [FRONTERAS-] 0123-4676
Pueblo de Indios of Bucaramanga. Socioeconomic and population conflicts caused by bread traders 2024 Fronteras de la Historia 29 (1): 20-41
  • Luis Rubén Pérez Pinzón
  • Marian Johanna Rugeles Páez
H6/KUL [FRONTERAS-] 0123-4676
Former Spanish-Creole captives and mediation roles: the case of the expeditions to Salinas Grandes (1778-1810) 2024 Fronteras de la Historia 29 (1): 242-69
  • Natalia Soledad Salerno
H6/KUL [FRONTERAS-] 0123-4676
Living and rule in the village of Indians Viana: Pombaline directory in the Amazon (1757-1798) 2024 Fronteras de la Historia 29 (1): 63-83
  • Soraia Sales Dornelles
H6/KUL [FRONTERAS-] 0123-4676
Two cattle-producing areas “bovine, horse and goat” in the governorate of Santa Marta: Valledupar and Valencia de Jesús, 1740-1810 2024 Fronteras de la Historia 29 (1): 206-41
  • Hugues Sánchez
H6/KUL [FRONTERAS-] 0123-4676
Presentación 2023 Fronteras de la Historia 28 (1): 9-12
  • Carlos Gustavo Hiestroza González
  • Julian Andrei Velasco Pedraza
H6/KUL [FRONTERAS-] 0123-4676
Poor people, indigenous people, enslaved people and personae miserabilis: a reflection on their lawyers in the Consejo de Indias and the Audiencia de México in the sixteenth century 2023 Fronteras de la Historia 28 (1): 15-37
  • Caroline Cunill
H6/KUL [FRONTERAS-] 0123-4676
Between the service and the profit. Performance and usual practice among Capitanes Protectores of the Sierra Gorda, New Spain, 1590-1680 2023 Fronteras de la Historia 28 (1): 39-61
  • David Alejandro Sánchez Muñoz
  • Gerardo Lara Cisneros
H6/KUL [FRONTERAS-] 0123-4676
Governors, presidio captains and Jesuit missionaries at the gates of the Novo-Hispanic north. The presence of the protector of Indians in the territory of Gran Nayar (18th century) 2023 Fronteras de la Historia 28 (1): 63-88
  • Ismael Jiménez Gómez
H6/KUL [FRONTERAS-] 0123-4676
Defensores, coadjutores, tenientes partidarios. Names, practices and institutional place of the Protectors of Indians. Chile, 1700-1821 2023 Fronteras de la Historia 28 (1): 89-116
  • María Eugenia Albornoz Vásquez
H6/KUL [FRONTERAS-] 0123-4676
The Royal Decree of 1871 and the dispute over the control over the Protectores partidarios in the Intendancy of Trujillo 2023 Fronteras de la Historia 28 (1): 117-38
  • Carlos Zegarra Moretti
H6/KUL [FRONTERAS-] 0123-4676
Fiscal Protector de Indios during New Spain’s collapse (1811-1821): some notes regarding the end of a colonial institution 2023 Fronteras de la Historia 28 (1): 139-58
  • Francisco Miguel Martín Blázquez
H6/KUL [FRONTERAS-] 0123-4676
The arrival of the benefited parish priests to the Indian towns. Politics and conflict in Oapan, Archbishopric of Mexico 2023 Fronteras de la Historia 28 (1): 161-88
  • Rodolfo Aguirre Salvador
H6/KUL [FRONTERAS-] 0123-4676
The eastern frontier of Mendoza in the eighteenth century: the case of Corocorto's post between Chile and Rio de la Plata 2023 Fronteras de la Historia 28 (1): 189-209
  • Luciana Fernández
H6/KUL [FRONTERAS-] 0123-4676
Rumor or truth? The Peste in Cartagena de Indias in 1696 2023 Fronteras de la Historia 28 (1): 211-36
  • Lireida José Sánchez
H6/KUL [FRONTERAS-] 0123-4676
Epidemics and the impact of mortality in Santafé, New Granada, 1739-1800 2023 Fronteras de la Historia 28 (1): 237-70
  • Cristhian Fabián Bejarano Rodríguez
H6/KUL [FRONTERAS-] 0123-4676
Variation on a theme: demographic patterns at Nuestra Señora de los Reyes Yapeyú Mission (Corrientes, Argentina) 2023 Fronteras de la Historia 28 (1): 271-308
  • Robert H. Jackson
H6/KUL [FRONTERAS-] 0123-4676
Presentación 2023 Fronteras de la Historia 28 (22): 8-19
  • Ana Pérez
  • Kaherine Bonil Gómez
  • María Eugenia Chaves
H6/KUL [FRONTERAS-] 0123-4676
The palenque of Limón through the voice of a Maroon, provincia de Cartagena (17th century) 2023 Fronteras de la Historia 28 (22): 21-49
  • María Cristina Navarrete
H6/KUL [FRONTERAS-] 0123-4676
The uprising of the African diaspora in the gold mines of Antioquia and the creation of the Palenque del Nechí (1580-1648) 2023 Fronteras de la Historia 28 (22): 50-75
  • Paola Vargas Arana
H6/KUL [FRONTERAS-] 0123-4676
Women in the geographies of marronage - Territorial intimacy as a freedom strategy: the case of María de Los Santos and her Bonga 2023 Fronteras de la Historia 28 (22): 76-99
  • Ana Laura Zavala Guillen
H6/KUL [FRONTERAS-] 0123-4676
From La Guaira to Nueva España: Juan Nepomuceno and blasphemy as a freedom strategy (1755-1796) 2023 Fronteras de la Historia 28 (22): 100-25
  • Andrea Guerrero-Mosquera
H6/KUL [FRONTERAS-] 0123-4676
"Servile freedom": juridical uncertainty and legal creativity on the road to emancipation (1789-1824) 2023 Fronteras de la Historia 28 (22): 126-44
  • Edgardo Pérez-Morales
H6/KUL [FRONTERAS-] 0123-4676
“Hasta que fue menester apelar al juzgado de su merced”: the legal culture of litigant slaves in the Viceroyalty of the Nuevo Reino de Granada (1789-1809) 2023 Fronteras de la Historia 28 (22): 145-72
  • Hedy Katherine Mora Idárraga
H6/KUL [FRONTERAS-] 0123-4676
Freedom rumors during the Insurrection of the Comuneros in the province of Antioquia (1781-1782) 2023 Fronteras de la Historia 28 (22): 173-98
  • Laura Jiménez Ospina
H6/KUL [FRONTERAS-] 0123-4676
Slave resistances and manumissions in New Granada during gradual abolitionism (1819-1849) 2023 Fronteras de la Historia 28 (22): 199-226
  • María Fernanda Cuevas
H6/KUL [FRONTERAS-] 0123-4676
The Portoviejo's cabildo on the establishment of the Republic of Colombia (1821-1822) 2023 Fronteras de la Historia 28 (22): 228-49
  • Santiago Hanna Cabrera
H6/KUL [FRONTERAS-] 0123-4676
Dynamics of name creation and use: Jesuit missions and indigenous groups (Pampa region, 18th century) 2023 Fronteras de la Historia 28 (22): 250-75
  • Sabrina Vollweiler
H6/KUL [FRONTERAS-] 0123-4676
"For the record when it's appropriate": the material culture of Antonio Caballero y Góngora through his first inventories, 1776-1777 2023 Fronteras de la Historia 28 (22): 276-309
  • Bertha Pascacio Guillén
H6/KUL [FRONTERAS-] 0123-4676
The relational approach and the analysis of social networks in historical studies and colonial historiography. The case of the Nuevo Reino de Granada 2023 Fronteras de la Historia 28 (22): 310-40
  • Tatiana González-Lopera
H6/KUL [FRONTERAS-] 0123-4676
The Tithes from the Carioca and Bahian customs in the second half of the 18th and early 19th centuries: a comparison 2023 Fronteras de la Historia 28 (22): 341-66
  • Fábio Pesavento
  • Valter Lenine Fernandes
H6/KUL [FRONTERAS-] 0123-4676
Streets and houses of Santa María de la Antigua del Darién 2022 Fronteras de la Historia 27 (1): 12-42
  • Alberto Sarcina
  • Carolina Quintero Agámez
H6/KUL [FRONTERAS-] 0123-4676
Imperial frustration in the western Caribbean stretch: Robert Hodgeson and the Nuevo Reino de Granada Viceroyalty at the end of the 18th century 2022 Fronteras de la Historia 27 (1): 44-73
  • Antonino Vidal Ortega
  • Raúl Román Romero
H6/KUL [FRONTERAS-] 0123-4676
From Nuevo Reino de Granada to Nueva España. The professional decline of the engineer Lorenzo de Solís 2022 Fronteras de la Historia 27 (1): 74-97
  • Miguel Ángel Nieto Márquez
H6/KUL [FRONTERAS-] 0123-4676
The Battery of San Francisco de Paula on Plaza de San Juan, Puerto Rico: analysis of its typology, 18th and 19th centuries 2022 Fronteras de la Historia 27 (1): 98-122
  • Nuria Hinarejos Martín
H6/KUL [FRONTERAS-] 0123-4676
The Hispanic Capuchins and their American missions during the first half of the 17th century 2022 Fronteras de la Historia 27 (1): 124-45
  • Anel Hernández Sotelo
H6/KUL [FRONTERAS-] 0123-4676
From a “happy revolution” to a “criminal revolution”. The concept of revolution in the press of Lima and Buenos Aires in times of political legitimacy (1810-1816) 2022 Fronteras de la Historia 27 (1): 138-78
  • Carlos Carcelén
  • Daniel Morán
H6/KUL [FRONTERAS-] 0123-4676
Frontier posts, guards, small forts and forts of the late-colonial River Plate border: between polysemy and military deficiencies 2022 Fronteras de la Historia 27 (1): 180-201
  • Arnaldo Andrés Aguirre
  • Eduardo Iraola
H6/KUL [FRONTERAS-] 0123-4676
Ecclesiastical credit and loan system of the Cathedral of Popayán, 1632-1790 2022 Fronteras de la Historia 27 (1): 202-29
  • Carolina Abadía Quintero
H6/KUL [FRONTERAS-] 0123-4676
The system of intendencies and the government of the treasuries in the Nuevo Reino de Granada. An institutional approach 2022 Fronteras de la Historia 27 (1): 230-51
  • José Joaquín Pinto Bernal
H6/KUL [FRONTERAS-] 0123-4676
Cleansing the sin: the legitimation of Francisco Ortiz, natural son, in Cundinamarca during the second half of the 16th century 2022 Fronteras de la Historia 27 (1): 252-72
  • Diana Catalina Acosta Parsons
H6/KUL [FRONTERAS-] 0123-4676
“The idols keep walking”: re reading of two extirpation processes of idolatries in the southwest of the Province of Tunja (1595) 2022 Fronteras de la Historia 27 (1): 274-95
  • Martín Ernesto Álvarez Tobos
H6/KUL [FRONTERAS-] 0123-4676