- Title Pages
- Chapter One Introduction
- Chapter Two An Imperial Caste
- Chapter Three Hierarchies of Age and Gender in the Mughal Construction of Domesticity and Empire
- Chapter Four Race and the Middle Ages
- Chapter Five The Spanish Race
- Chapter Six The Black Legend and Global Conspiracies
- Chapter Seven Of Books, Popes, and <i>Huacas</i>; or, the Dilemmas of Being Christian
- Chapter Eight The View of the Empire from the <i>Altepetl</i>
- Chapter Nine “Race” and “Class” in the Spanish Colonies of America
- Chapter Ten Unfixing Race
- Chapter Eleven Discipline and Love
- Chapter Twelve Rereading Theodore De Bry's Black Legend
- Chapter Thirteen West of Eden
- Chapter Fourteen Blackening “the Turk” in Roger Ascham's <i>a Report of Germany</i>
- Chapter Fifteen Nations into Persons
- Afterword What Does the Black Legend Have to Do with Race?
- Rereading the Black Legend
- University of Chicago Press
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