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On Sex, Criminal Procedure, and Interpreting Colonial Prosecutions

The paper I delivered at the ASE make a methodological argument for approaching criminal prosecutions of sex crimes in the early-modern Spanish empire. The nature of criminal prosecution in the early modern Spanish legal system hinged upon two significant elements,

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ASE in Eugene

I’m back from a much-too-quick visit to Eugene for the American Society for Ethnohistory meeting. I say much too quick, because I flew into Eugene late afternoon on Wednesday, and back out Friday morning at a very early, foggy, and

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Hacer juicio ú dictamen acerca de alguna cosa... significando que el objeto excita el juicio ú dictamen en la persona que le hace.

Deducir ante el Juez la accion ú derecho que se tiene, ó las excepciones que excluyen la accion contrária.

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Chad Black

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