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Los Cuerpos de los Incas y el cuerpo de Cristo: El Corpus Christi en el Cuzco Colonial, trans. Javier Flores Espinoza, introduction by Manuel Burga. Lima: Universidad Nacional Mayor de San Marcos and Banco Santander Central Hispano. [Revised edition in Spanish of Inka Bodies and the Body of Christ: Corpus Christi in Colonial Cuzco, Peru {Durham: Duke University Press, 1999}]

Inka Bodies and the Body of Christ: Corpus Christi in Colonial Cuzco, Peru (Durham: Duke University Press).

Selected Articles

Forthcoming “Metonymy in Inca Art,” in Presence and Images: Essays on the ‘presence’ of the prototype within the image. Ed. Rupert Shepherd and Robert Maniura (Aldersot, UK: Ashgate).

Forthcoming “Inka Nobles, Portraiture and Paradox in Colonial Peru,” in Untitled (Papers of the New World Art Symposium, Denver Art Museum, March 2002). Ed. Donna Pierce (Denver: Denver Art Museum).

2003 “Hybridity and Its Discontents: Considering Visual Culture in Colonial Spanish America,” co-authored with Dana Leibsohn, Colonial Latin American Review 12(1): 5-35.

2002 “Sketches of Childhood: Children in Colonial Andean Art and Society,” in Minor Omissions: Children in Latin American History and Society. Ed. Tobias Hecht (Madison: University of Wisconsin Press): 21-51.

2002 “Familiarizando el catolicismo en el Cuzco colonial,” in Incas e indios cristianos: elites indígenas e identidades cristianas en los Andes coloniales. Ed. Jean-Jacques Decoster (Cuzco: CBC/IFEA/KURAKA): 169-194.

2002 “Boys and Girls and ‘Boys’: Popular Depictions of African-American children and Childlike Adults in the United States, 1850-1930,” Journal of American & Comparative Cultures 23(3): 17-35 [Fall 2000].

2001 “Andean Androgyny and the Making of Men,” in Gender in Pre-Hispanic America. Ed. Cecelia F. Klein (Washington, D.C.: Dumbarton Oaks Research Library and Collection): 143-182.

2000 “The Ambivalent Triumph: Corpus Christi in Colonial Cusco, Peru,” in Acting On The Past: Historical Performance Across the Disciplines. Ed. Mark Franko and Annette Richards (Hanover and London: Wesleyan University Press): 159-176.

1998 “Creating a Ruin in Colonial Cusco: Sacsahuamán and What Was Made of It,” Andean Past 5: 161-183.

1996 “Copied Carts: Spanish Prints in Andean Contexts,” Art Bulletin 78(1):98-110.

1996 “The Renewal of Old World Images and the Creation of Colonial Peruvian Visual Culture,” Converging Cultures: Art and Identity in Spanish America. Ed. Diana Fane (New York: The Brooklyn Museum in conjunction with Harry N. Abrams, Inc.): 171-182.

1995 “Who's Naughty and Nice: Depictions of Childish Behavior in the Paintings of Cuzco's Corpus Christi Procession.” Native Artists and Patrons, Phoebus: A Journal of Art History (Arizona State University) 7: 107-126.

1993 “Ethnic Conflict and Corpus Christi in Colonial Cuzco,” Colonial Latin American Review 2(1-2):93-120.

1991 “Praying with Pictures: A Reading of the Libro de Oraciones,” Journal of Latin American Lore 15(2):211-274 (Winter 1989).