Bibliografía

Textos publicados en el zapoteco colonial del valle

de Agüero, Cristóbal. 1666. Miscelaneo espiritual, en el idioma zapoteco, que administra la provincia de Oaxac, de la Orden de Predicadores. México: Por la Viuda de Bernardo Calderon, en la calle de San Augustin.

de Córdova, Fr. Juan. 1578a. Arte del idioma zapoteco. Mexico: En casa de Pedro Balli.

de Córdova, Fr. Juan. 1987 [1578b]. Vocabulario en lengua çapoteca. México: Ediciones Toledo (INAH).

de la Cruz, Victor, Marcus Winter, Ausencia López Cruz, José Leonardo López Zárate, Gonzalo Sánzchez Santiago, Nimcy Arellanes Cancino & Thomas C. Smith Stark. 2009. Una lectura del texto zapoteco del mapa de Santo Domingo Niaa Guehui. Cuadernos del Sur 28:9-46.

de Feria, Pedro. 1567. Doctrina christiana en lengua castellana y çapoteca. Mexico City: En casa de Pedro Ocharte.

Junta Colombina de México. 1893. Vocabulario castellano-zapotec. México D.F.: Oficina Tipográfica de la Secretaréa de Fomento.

Levanto, Leonardo. 1732. Arte de la lengua zapoteca. John Carter Brown Library.

Levanto, Leonardo. 1766 [1731]. Cathecismo de la doctrina christiana, en lengua zaapoteca [sic]. Puebla de los Angeles: Imprenta del Colegio real de San Ignacio.

Oudijk, Michel R. 2008. El texto más antiguo en zapoteca. Tlalocan 15.227-40. México, D.F.: UNAM.

Oudijk, Michel R. & Sebastián van Doesburg. 2010. Patrimonio en peligro: Los lienzo pictográficos de Santa Cruz Papalutla, Oaxaca: Instituto de Investigaciones Filológicas/ Fundación Alfredo Harp Helú.

Restall, Matthew, Lisa Sousa & Kevin Terraciano (eds.). 2005. Mesoamerican Voices: Native-Language Writings from Colonial Mexico, Oaxaca, Yucatan, and Guatemala. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.

Smith Stark, Thomas C. (coordinator), Sergio Bogard & Ausencia López Cruz. 1993. Versión electrónica del Vocabvlario en lengva zapoteca (1578) de Juan de Córdova. Archive in Word Perfect of 7.752 megabytes. Centro de Estudios Lingüísticos y Literarios, El Colegio de México.

Smith Stark, Thomas C, Áurea López Cruz, Mercedes Montes de Oca Vega, Laura Rodríguez Cano, Adam Sellen & Alfonso Torres Rodríguez, with Vicente Marcial Cerqueda & Rolando Rosas Camacho. 2008. Tres documentos zapotecos coloniales de San Antonino Ocotlán, In Sebastián van Doesburg (coordinador), Pictografía y estcritura alfabética en Oaxaca, Instituto Estatal de Educación Pública de Oaxaca, México, pp. 287-350.

Vellon, Antonio. 1981 [1808]. Confesionario en lengua zapoteca de Tierra Caliente, o de Tehuantepec. Patronato de la Casa de la Cultura.


Publicaciones que citan palabras o partes de textos en el zapoteco colonial del Valle

Beam de Azcona, Rosemary Grace. 2004. A Coatlán-Loxicha Zapotec Grammar. University of California, Berkeley.

Broadwell, George Aaron. 2015. The Historical Development of the Progressive Aspect in Central Zapotec. International Journal of American Linguistics 81 (2): 151-185. The University of Chicago Press.

Brown, Cecil H. & Paul K. Chase. 1981. Animal Classification in Juchitan Zapotec. Journal of Anthropological Research 37 (1): 61-70. University of New Mexico.

Cantú, Roberto & Aaron Sonnenschein (eds.) 2011. Tradition and Innovation in Mesoamerican Cultural History. LINCOM Studies in Anthropology 16. Munich: Lincom.

Farriss, Nancy, with Juana Vásquez Vásquez. 2014. Libana: El discurso ceremonial mesoamericano y el sermón cristiano. Mexico City: Artes de México, Biblioteca Fray Juan de Córdova, Fundación Alfredo Harp Helú.

Flannery, Kent V. & Joyce Marcus. (eds.) 1983. The Cloud People: Divergent Evolution of the Zapotec and Mixtec Civilizations. New York/London: Academic Press.

Foreman, John O. & Pamela Munro. 2007. Reconstructing a Typologically Marked Strategy for Zapotec Relative Clauses. Proceedings of the Sixth Annual High Desert Linguistics Society Conference, ed. by S. Buescher, K. Holley, et al., 141-55. Albuquerque: Department of Linguistics, University of New Mexico.

Franch, José Alcina. 1993. Calendario y Religión entre Los Zapotecos. México, D.F.: UAM

Galant, Michael. 2011b. Kinship Terms in Colonial Valley Zapotec. In Cantú & Sonnenschein, 65-73.

Hunn, Eugene S. 2008. A Zapotec Natural History: Trees, Herbs, and Flowers, Birds, Beasts, and Bugs in the Life of San Juan Gbëë, Parts 1 & 2. University of Arizona Press.

Hunn, Eugene S. & Donato Acuca Vásquez. 2001. La etnobiología en el Vocabvlario de la Lengva Çapoteca de Fray Juan de Córdova, comparación con la actual de San Juan Mixtepec. Cuadernos del Sur 16, 21-32. Oaxaca, México.

Justeson, John and David Tavárez. 2010. The Correlation between the Colonial Northern Zapotec and Gregorian Calendars, in Skywatching in the Ancient World: New Perspectives in Cultural Astronomy, ed. by Clive Ruggles & Gary Urton, p. 17-81. Boulder, CO and Logan, UT: University Press of Colorado.

Lillehaugen, Brook Danielle. 2006. Expressing Location in Tlacolula Valley Zapotec. Ph.D. dissertation. University of California, Los Angeles.

Lillehaugen, Brook Danielle. 2014. Los usos y significados de loh ‘cara’ en el zapoteco del valle colonial. In Estructuras, lenguas y hablantes. Estudios en Homenaje a Thomas C. Smith Stark. Rebeca Barriga Villanueva and Esther Hererra Zendejas (eds.). D.F., Mexico. pp. 417-449.

Lind, Michael. 2015. Ancient Zapotec Religion: An Ethnohistorical and Archaeological Perspective. University Press of Colorado.

Luque Alcaide, Elisa. 2000. Paternidad de Dios en el catecismo zapoteco de Pedro de Feria. In El Dios y Padre de Nuestro Señor Jesucristo, ed. by José Luis Illanes, Javier Sesé, Tomás Trigo, Juan Francisco Pozo and José Enériz, 165-182. Presented at the XX International Symposium on Theology at the University of Navarra. Pamplona: University of Navarra.

Marcus, Joyce. 1976. The Origins of Mesoamerican Writing. Annual Review of Anthropology 5: 35-67. Annual Reviews.

Marcus, Joyce. 1978. Archaeology and Religion: A Comparison of the Zapotec and Maya. World Archaeology 10 (2): 172-191. Taylor & Francis, Ltd.

Marcus, Joyce. 1983. Zapotec Religion. In Flannery & Marcus, 345-51.

Marcus, Joyce & Kent V. Flannery. 1978. Ethnoscience of the Sixteenth-Century Valley Zapotec. In The Nature and Status of Ethnobotany, ed. Richard I. Ford, 51-79. Museum of Anthropology, University of Michigan: Ann Arbor.

Marcus, Joyce & Kent V. Flannery. 1994. Ancient Zapotec ritual and religion: an application of the direct historical approach. The ancient mind: Elements of cognitive archaeology, ed. by Colin Renfrew and Ezra B. W. Zubrow, 57-58. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Marcus, Joyce & Kent V. Flannery. 2001. La clasificación de animales y plantas entre los zapotecos del siglo XVI. Un estudio preliminar. Cuadernos del Sur 16, 5-20. Oaxaca, México.

Munro, Pamela. 2002a. Dictionary Entries for Verbs. Making Dictionaries, ed. by William Frawley, Kenneth C. Hill, and Pamela Munro, 86-107. University of California Press.

Munro, Pamela. 2002c. Hierarchical Pronouns in Discourse: Third Person Pronouns in San Lucas Quiaviní Zapotec Narratives. Southwest Journal of Linguistics 21: 37-66.

Munro, Pamela. 2005. Zapotec Grammar Without Tears (except perhaps for the grammarian). Papers from the Conference on Otomanguean and other Oaxacan Languages, ed. by Rosemary Beam de Azcona and Mary Paster. Survey of California and Other Indian Languages Report 13.87-106. Berkeley, California: Survey of California and Other Indian Languages.

Munro, Pamela. 2011. Evidence about Proto-Zapotec from a Colonial Document. In Cantú & Sonnenschein, 39-53.

Munro, Pamela, Brook Danielle Lillehaugen & Felipe Lopez. 2007. Cali Chiu? A Course in Valley Zapotec. Volumes 1 – 4. Lulu publishing: www.lulu.com.

Operstein, Natalie. 2003. Personal Pronouns in Zapotec and Zapotecan. International Journal of American Linguistics 69 (2): 154-185. The University of Chicago Press.

Operstein, Natalie. 2003. Late affrication of <ç> and : Evidence from Spanish loans in Zapotec and Trique . Romance Notes 43: 147-51.

Operstein, Natalie. 2004. Los pronombres personales en zapoteco y zapotecano: un estudio diacrónico. Morúa Leyva, María del Carmen y Rosa María Ortiz Ciscomani, eds. Memorias del VII Encuentro Internacional de Lingüística en el Noroeste 2. Hermosillo: Unison.

Operstein, Natalie. 2012. Proto-Zapotec *tty/*ty and *ttz/*tz. International Journal of American Linguistics 78 (1): 1-40.

Oudijk, Michel. 2000. Historiography of the Bènizà. The Netherlands: Universiteit Leiden.

Oudijk, Michel. 2007. Nacimiento y casamiento en los documentos zapotecos virreinales. In Memorias de las jornadas filológicas de 2005. Instituto de Investigaciones Filológicas, México. pp. 262-280.

Oudijk, Michel. 2008. Una nueva historia zapoteca. Pictografía y escritura alfabética en Oaxaca. Ed. Sebastián van Doesburg, 89-116. Oaxaca: Instituto Estatal de Educación Pública de Oaxaca.

Pickett, Velma B., Cheryl Black & Vincente Marcial Cerqueda. 2001. Gramatica Popular del zapoteco del Istmo. 2nd edition. Juchitán, Oaxaca: Centro de Investigación y Desarrollo Binnizá A.C./Tucson, AZ: Instituto Lingüístico de Verano A.C.

Pharo, Lars Kirkhusmo. 2007. The Concept of "Religion" in Mesoamerican Languages. Numen 54 (1): 28-70.

Radin, Paul. A Preliminary Sketch of the Zapotec Language. 1930. Language 6 (1): 64-85. Linguistic Society of America.

Resines, Luis. (ed.) 2002. Catecismo del Sacromonte y Doctrina Christiana de Fr. Pedro de Feria: conversión y evangelización de moriscos e indios. Madrid: Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (CSIC).

Rojas Torres, Rosa. 2009. La categoría ‘adjetivo’ en el Arte del idioma zapoteco (1578) y el Vocabulario en lengua çapoteca (1578) de Juan de Córdova. Historiographia linguistica 36.259-279.

Schrader-Kniffki, Martina & Yanna Yannakakis. 2014. Sins and crimes: Zapotec-Spanish translation in Catholic evangelization and colonial law in Oaxaca, New Spain. Missionary Linguistics V / Lingüística Misi, 161-200. Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins Publishing Company.

Smith Stark, Thomas C. 1989. Juan de Córdova como lexicógrafo. Guchachi’ Reza: Iguana rajada 58.2-13. Oaxaca.

Smith Stark, Thomas C. 1999. Dioses, sacerdotes y sacrificio: Una mirada a la religion zapoteca a través del Vocabulario en Lengua Çapoteca (1578) de Juan de Córdova. La religion de los binnigula’sa’, ed. by Victor de la Cruz and Marcus Winter, 89-195. Oaxaca, Mexico: Fondo Editorial.

Smith Stark, Thomas C. 2003. La ortografía del zapoteco en el Vocabvlario de fray Juan de Córdova. Escritura Zapoteca: 2,500 años de historia, ed. by María de los Ángeles Romero Frizzi, 173-239. México, D.F.: INAH.

Smith Stark, Thomas C. 2005. Phonological description in New Spain. Missionary Linguistics II / Lingüística Misionera II: Orthography and Phonology, ed. by Otto Zwartjes and Cristina Altman, 3-64. Amersterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins Publishing Company.

Smith Stark, Thomas C. 2007. La trilogía catequística: artes, vocabularios y doctrinas en la Nueva España como instrumentos de una política lingüística de normalización. Historia sociolingüística de México, ed. by Rebeca Barriga Villanueva and Pedro Martín Butragueño, 607-647. México, D.F.: Colégio de México.

Smith, Stark, Thomas C. 2008. La flexión de tiempo, aspecto y modo en el verbo del zapoteco colonial del valle de Oaxaca. Memorias del Coloquio francisco Belmar, ed. by Ausencia López Cruz and Michael Swanton, 377-419. Oaxaca, México: Biblioteca Francisco de Burgoa, UABJO; Fundación Alfredo Harp Helú Oaxaca.

Smith Stark, Thomas C. 2009. Lexicography in New Spain (1492-1611). Missionary Linguistics IV / Lingüística Misionera IV, ed. by Otto Zwartjes, Ramón Arzápalo Marín, and Thomas C. Smith Stark, 3-82. Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins Publishing.

Spores, Ronald & Kent V. Flannery. 1983. Sixteenth-Century Kinship and Social Organization. In Flannery & Marcus, 339-42. Museum of Anthropology, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.

Starr, Jean. 1987. Zapotec religious practices in the Valley of Oaxaca: an analysis of the 1580 ‘Relaciones Geograficas’ of Philip II. The Canadian Journal of Native Studies II (2): 367-84.

Tavárez, David. 2000. De cantares zapotecas a 'libros del demonio': La extirpación de discursos doctrinales híbridos en Villa Alta. Acervos: Boletín de los Archivos y Bibliotecas de Oaxaca, 17: 19 - 27.

Tavárez, David. 2006. The Passion According to the Wooden Drum: The Christian Appropriation of a Zapotec Ritual Genre in New Spain. The Americas 62 (3): 413 - 444.

Tavárez, David. 2008. Los cantos zapotecos de villa alta: Dos géneros rituales indígenas y sus correspondencias con los cantares mexicanos. Estudios de Cultural Náhuatl 39: 87-126.

Tavárez, David. 2010. Zapotec Time, Alphabetic Writing, and the Public Sphere. Ethnohistory 57(1).3-85.

Tavárez, David. 2011. The invisible war: indigenous devotions, discipline, and dissent in colonial Mexico. Stanford University Press, Stanford, CA.

Tavárez, David & John Justeson. 2008. Eclipse records in a corpus of colonial Zapotec 260-day calendars. Ancient Mesoamerica 19 (1): 67-81.

Taylor, William B. 1972. Landlord and peasant in Colonial Oaxaca. Annals of the Association of American Geographers. Taylor and Francis, Ltd.

Whitecotton, Joseph. 1977. The Zapotecs: Princes, Priests, and Peasants. Norman, Oklahoma: University of Oklahoma Press.

Whitecotton, Joseph & Judith Bradley Whitecotton. 1993. Vocabulario zapoteco-castellano. Publications in Anthropology 45. Nashville, TN: Vanderbilt University.

Zulauf, Michelle R. 2013. Indigenous cuisine: an archaeological and linguistic study of colonial Zapotec foodways on the Isthmus of Tehuantepec. M.A. thesis, University of Massachusetts, Boston.


Manuscritos no publicados y presentaciones de conferencias que citan palabras o partes de textos en el zapoteco colonial del Valle

Black, Cheryl A. 2008. Number Marking Innovations in Zapotec. ms. SIL Electronic Working Papers 2008-002, May 2008.

Broadwell, George Aaron. 2002. The conjunctions of Colonial and Modern Valley Zapotec: Evidence from Feria (1567). Presented at the American Society for Ethnohistory Meeting, Quebec City.

Broadwell, George Aaron & Brook Danielle Lillehaugen. 2012. Construyendo una base de datos para el zapoteco del Valle colonial. Presented at the Quinto Coloquio Sobre Lenguas Otomangues y Vecinas (COLOV) Antonio de los Reyes, Oaxaca City.

Broadwell, George Aaron & Brook Danielle Lillehaugen. 2013. Building an electronic database for Colonial Valley Zapotec. Presented at the first International Conference on Mesoamerican Linguistics, Fullerton.

Foreman, John O. & Brook Danielle Lillehaugen. 2013. The morphosyntax of positional verbs in Zapotec. Presented at the 2013 annual meeting of the Society for the Study of Indigenous Languages of the Americas, Boston.

Galant, Michael. 2011a. Possession in Colonial Valley Zapotec. Presented at the annual meeting of the American Society for Ethnohistory, Pasadena.

Lillehaugen, Brook Danielle. 2011a. The perfective aspect in Colonial Valley Zapotec. Presented at the annual meeting of the Linguistic Association of the Southwest, South Padre Island.

Lillehaugen, Brook Danielle. 2011b. The Causative in Colonial Valley Zapotec: A Case Study: Sebastiana de Mendoza’s Testament. Presented at the American Society for Ethnohistory annual meeting, Pasadena/the Society for the Study of Indigenous Languages of the Americas (SSILA) annual meeting, Portland; January 2012.

Lillehaugen, Brook Danielle & John Foreman. 2013. A first look at positional verbs in Colonial Valley Zapotec. Presented at The International Conference on Mesoamerican Linguistics. California State University, Fullerton.

Munro, Pamela. 2002b. Studying the Syntax of Colonial Valley Zapotec: Resumptive Pronouns in Relative Clauses. Presented at the Sources and Methods in the Ethnohistory of Mesoamerica Conference, Los Angeles.

Munro, Pamela & Aaron Huey Sonnenschein. 2007. Four Zapotec Number Systems. Bernard Comrie Festschrift: ms.

Smith Stark, Thomas C. 2004. El progresivo en el zapoteco. Presented at VII Congreso Nacional de Lingüística (2003), Universidad de Guadalajara, México.

Stronach, Allyson. 2013. Orthographic Vowel Pairs in Colonial Valley Zapotec Wills. Presented at the annual meeting of the Society for the Study of Indigenous Languages of the Americas (SSILA), Boston.

Valdivia, Enrique. 2012. Análisis del uso de la palabra ‘Dios’ en documentos zapotecos del Valle colonial. Presented at the Quinto Coloquio Sobre Lenguas Otomangues y Vecinas (COLOV) Antonio de los Reyes, Oaxaca City.

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