College of Liberal Arts & Sciences

Brian Moreno

Graduate Student
Primary office:
Wescoe Hall
Room 2017


Summary

I study the spiritual encounters that occurred in sixteenth-century Mexico between the Spanish and the native Nahua. Specifically, I look at the ways in which both "sides" perceived, received, transferred, adapted, and adopted Christianity.

Advised by Robert Schwaller

Selected Presentations

Presenting at the KAW Valley Conference in September. 
Title: Unearthing Spiritual Conflict in Early Colonial Mexico: The Motolinia Paradox.

 


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