This is the third endeavour of Maríluz and Carolin of delving together into inquisitorial archives to trace irregular healers and their patients.
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In my essay, “Leche and lagartijas: injecting the local into eighteenth-century Spanish American medical discourse,” I explorehow European and indigenous medical cultures that came into contact in Spain’s sixteenth- and seventeenth-century global empire continued their interactions well into the late colonial period through an ongoing negotiation of the local and the global.
Bartolomé de Cardenas “Bermejo’s” oil painting, Virgen de la leche, c.
We initiated the book within a US academic context, and the rising consumer consciousness around “wellness” products and marketing.