Gender and sexuality in indigenous North America, 1400-1850 / edited by Sandra Slater and Fay A. Yarbrough. - Columbia, S.C. : University of South Carolina Press, c2011. - 202 p. ; 24 cm.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Subverting gender roles in the sixteenth century : Cabeza de Vaca, the conquistador who became a Native American woman / "Nought but women" : constructions of masculinities and modes of emasculation in the New World / Revisiting gender in Iroquoia / Who was Salvadora de los Santos Ramirez, Otomi Indian? / Hannah Freeman : gendered sovereignty in Penn's peaceable kingdom / Women, labor, and power in the nineteenth-century Choctaw Nation / Womanish men and manlike women : the Native American two-spirit as warrior / Two-spirit histories in Southwestern and Mesoamerican literatures / M. Carmen Gomez-Galisteo -- Sandra Slater -- Jan V. Noel -- Dorothy Tanck de Estrada -- Dawn G. Marsh -- Fay A. Yarbrough -- Roger M. Carpenter -- Gabriel S. Estrada.

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Indians of North America--Sexual behavior.
Indians of North America--Psychology.
Gender identity--History.--United States
Sex role--History.--History.--United States--Sex role--United States
Indian women--Social conditions.--United States
Indian women--United States--Biography.
Two-spirit people--History.--United States
Indians of North America--Social conditions.

E98.S48 / G46 2011

305.897