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Author Uribe Urán, Victor,
Title Fatal love : spousal killers, law, and punishment in the late colonial Spanish Atlantic / Victor M. Uribe-Urán.
Imprint Stanford, California : Stanford University Press, [2016]

Author Uribe Urán, Victor,
Subject Uxoricide -- Mexico -- History.
Uxoricide -- Spain -- History.
Uxoricide -- Colombia -- History.
Mariticide -- Mexico -- History.
Mariticide -- Spain -- History.
Mariticide -- Colombia -- History.
Criminal justice, Administration of -- Mexico -- History.
Criminal justice, Administration of -- Spain -- History.
Criminal justice, Administration of -- Colombia -- History.
Description 1 online resource
polychrome rdacc
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Access to justice : domestic violence, laws, and procedures -- Innocent infants? : Indians and domestic violence in colonial Mexico -- The king's forgiveness : earthly intercessions and legal culture -- Honor and punishment in late-eighteenth-century Spain -- God's forgiveness : heavenly intercessions -- Dangerous women : gender, ethnicity, and "domestic" disputes in New Granada -- The many shades of pain and punishment in the Spanish Atlantic -- Transition to independence : humanized justice and the reinvention of hegemony and coercion in the Spanish Atlantic.
Summary For historians, spousal murders are significant for what they reveal about social and family history, in particular the hidden history of day-to-day gender relations, conflicts, crimes, and punishments. 'Fatal Love' examines this phenomenon in the late colonial Spanish Atlantic, focusing on incidents occurring in New Spain (colonial Mexico), New Granada (colonial Colombia), and Spain from the 1740s to the 1820s. In the more than 200 cases consulted, it considers not only the social features of the murders, but also the legal discourses and judicial practices guiding their historical treatment, helping to reveal the historical intersection of domestic violence, private and state/church patriarchy, and the law.
Note Print version record.
ISBN 9780804796316 (electronic bk.)
0804796319 (electronic bk.)
OCLC # 927592091
Additional Format Print version: Uribe Urán, Victor. Fatal love 9780804794633 (DLC) 2015027412 (OCoLC)908990582

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