Historia de la moda en Hispanoamérica

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La bibliografía a continuación contiene recursos relacionados con el estudio de la historia de la moda y los tejidos en Hispanoamérica. Puede encontrarse también en Zotero.

Aram, Bethany, y Bartolomé Yun-Casalilla, eds. 1993. Global Goods and the Spanish Empire, 1942-1824: Circulation, Resistance and Diversity. London: Palgrave.

Bass, Laura R., y Amanda Wunder. 2009. “The Veiled Ladies of the Early Modern Spanish World: Seduction and Scandal in Seville, Madrid, and Lima”. Hispanic Review 77 (1): 97–144.

Bauer, Arnold J. 2001. Goods, Power, History: Latin America’s Material Culture. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Berlo, Janet Catherine. 1992. “Women and Aesthetic Strategies in Latin American Textiles”. RES: Anthropology and Aesthetics 22: 115–34.

Blum, Dilys E. 2006. “Textiles in Colonial Latin America”. En The Arts in Latin America, 1492-1820, editado por Joseph J. Rishel y Suzanne Stratton-Pruitt, 146–54. New Haven; London: Yale University Press.

Cahill, David. 2007. “Refashioning the Inca: Costume, Political Power and Identity in Late Bourbon Peru”. En The Politics of Dress in Asia and the Americas, editado por Mina Roces y Louise Edwards, 189–99. Brighton; Portland: Sussex Academic Press.

Carocci, Max. 2010. “Clad With the ‘Hair of Trees’: A History of Native American Spanish Moss Textile Industries”. Textile History 41: 3–27.

Decoster, Jean-Jacques. 2005. “Identidad étnica y manipulación cultural: La indumentaria en la época colonial”. Estudios Atacameños 29: 163–70.

Earle, Rebecca. 2001. “‘Two Pairs of Pink Satin Shoes!!’ Race, Clothing and Identity in the Americas (17th-19th centuries)”. History Workshop Journal 52: 175–95.

———. 2003. “Luxury, Clothing and Race in Colonial Spanish America”. En Luxury in the Eighteenth Century: Debates, Desires and Delectable Goods, editado por Maxine Berg y Elizabeth Eger, 219–27. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

———. 2007. “Consumption and Excess in Colonial and Early-Independent Spanish America”. En Imported Modernity in Post-Colonial State Formation: The Appropriation of Political, Educational and Cultural Models in Nineteenth-Century Latin America, editado por Eugenia Roldán Vera y Marcelo Caruso, 341–61. Germany: Pater Lang.

Erickson, Kirstin C. 2015. “Las Colcheras: Spanish Colonial Embroidery and the Inscription of Heritage in Contemporary Northern New Mexico”. Journal of Folklore Research 52 (1): 1–37.

Femenias, Blenda. 1984. “Peruvian Costume and European Perceptions in the Eighteenth Century”. Dress 10: 52–63.

“Fierce Fashion from 19th Century Puerto Rico”. 2013. National Museum of American History. el 5 de septiembre de 2013. http://americanhistory.si.edu/blog/2013/09/fierce-fashion-from-19th-century-puerto-rico.html.

Francois, Marie. 2004. “Cloth and Silver: Pawning and Material Life in Mexico City at the Turn of the Nineteenth Century”. The Americas 60 (3): 325–62.

García Fernández, Máximo. 1999. “Los bienes dotales en la ciudad de Valladolid, 1700-1850: el ajuar doméstico y la evolución del consumo y la demanda”. En Consumo, condiciones de vida y comercialización: Cataluña y Castilla, siglos XVII-XIX, editado por J. Torras y Bartolomé Yun-Casalilla, 133–58. Valladolid: Junta de Castilla y León, Consejería de Educación y Cultura.

Jiménez Díaz, María Jesús. 2009. Tradición de tradiciones: Tejidos prehispánicos y virreinales de los Andes. La colección del Museo de América. Madrid: Ministerio de Cultura.

Katzew, Ilona. 2015. “Now on View: LACMA’s New Vicente Albán Paintings from Ecuador”. LACMA Unframed (blog). el 28 de enero de 2015. https://unframed.lacma.org/2015/01/28/now-view-lacmas-new-vicente-alb%C3%A1n-paintings-ecuador.

McKim-Smith, Gridley. 2006. “Dressing Colonial, Dressing Diaspora”. En The Arts in Latin America, 1492-1820, editado por Joseph J. Rishel y Suzanne Stratton-Pruitt, 155–63. New Haven; London: Yale University Press.

Meléndez, Mariselle. 2005. “Visualizing Difference: The Rhetoric of Clothing in Colonial Spanish America”. En The Latin American Fashion Reader, de Regina A. Root, 17–30. Dress, Body, Culture. Oxford; New York: Berg.

Middleton, James. 2014. “Reading Dress in New Spanish Portraiture: Clothing the Mexican Elite, circa 1695-1805”. En New England/New Spain: Portraiture in the Colonial Americas, 1492-1850, editado por Donna Pierce, 101–46. Denver: Mayer Center for Pre-Columbian and Spanish Colonial Art at the Denver Art Museum.

———. 2018. “Their Dress is Very Different: The Development of the Peruvian Pollera and the Genesis of the Andean Chola”. The Journal of Dress History 2: 87–105.

Muñoz Cordero, Lydia Inés. 2013. Ñapangas: Mujeres de la gracia en Quito, Pasto y Popayán. Quito: Ediciones Abya-Yala.

Phipps, Elena, Johanna Hecht, y Cristina Esteras Martín, eds. 2004. The Colonial Andes: Tapestries and Silverwork, 1530-1830. New Haven; London: Yale University Press.

Pierce, Donna, y Julie Wilson Frick. 2015. Companion to Glitterati: Portraits & Jewelry from Colonial Latin America. Denver: Mayer Center for Pre-Columbian and Spanish Colonial Art at the Denver Art Museum.

Pierce, Donna, y Ronald Y. Otsuka, eds. 2009. Asia & Spanish America: Trans-Pacific Artistic and Cultural Exchange, 1500-1850. Symposium Series (Frederick and Jan Mayer Center for Pre-Columbian and Spanish Colonial Art). Denver: Denver Art Museum.

Randall, Kimberly. 2005. “The Traveler’s Eye: Chinas Poblanas and European-Inspired Costume in Postcolonial Mexico”. En The Latin American Fashion Reader, de Regina A. Root, 44–65. Oxford; New York: Berg.

Roces, Mina, y Louise Edwards, eds. 2007. The Politics of Dress in Asia and the Americas. Eastborne; Portland, OR: Sussex Academic Press.

Root, Regina A. 2000. “Tailoring the Nation: Fashion Writing in Nineteenth-Century Argentina”. Fashion Theory 4 (1): 89–118.

———. , ed. 2005. The Latin American Fashion Reader. Oxford; New York: Berg.

Rowe, Anne Pollard, y Lynn A. Meisch. 2011. Costume and History in Highland Ecuador. Austin: University of Texas Press.

Salomon, Frank. 1988. “Indian Women of Early Colonial Quito As Seen Through Their Testaments”. The Americas 44: 325–41.

Sayer, Chloë. 1985. Costumes of Mexico. Austin: University of Texas Press.

———. 2015. Mexico: Clothing and Culture. Toronto: Royal Ontario Museum.

Tinajero, Araceli. 2005. “Far Eastern Influences in Latin American Fashions”. En The Latin American Fashion Reader, de Regina A. Root, 66–75. Oxford; New York: Berg.

Voss, Barbara L. 2008. “‘Poor People in Silk Shirts’: Dress and Ethnogenesis in Spanish-Colonial San Francisco”. Journal of Social Archaeology 8 (3): 404–32.

Walker, Charles. 2012. “Controlar los cuerpos femeninos y aplacar la ira de Dios: la reforma de la moral”. En El colonialismo en ruinas: Lima frente al terremoto y tsunami de 1746, traducido por Javier Flores Espinoza, 175–205. Lima: Institut français d’études andines, Instituto de Estudios Peruanos.

Walker, Tamara J. 2009. “‘He outfitted his family in notable decency’: Slavery, Honour and Dress in Eighteenth-Century Lima, Peru”. Slavery and Abolition 30: 383–402.

———. 2017. Exquisite Slaves: Race, Clothing, and Status in Colonial Lima. Cambridge; New York; Melbourne; Dehli; Singapore: Cambridge University Press.

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