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Book description

During the late sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, countless slaves from culturally diverse communities in the Indian subcontinent and Southeast Asia journeyed to Mexico on the ships of the Manila Galleon. Upon arrival in Mexico, they were grouped together and categorized as chinos. Their experience illustrates the interconnectedness of Spain's colonies and the reach of the crown, which brought people together from Africa, the Americas, Asia and Europe in a historically unprecedented way. In time, chinos in Mexico came to be treated under the law as Indians, becoming indigenous vassals of the Spanish crown after 1672. The implications of this legal change were enormous: as Indians, rather than chinos, they could no longer be held as slaves. Tatiana Seijas tracks chinos' complex journey from the slave market in Manila to the streets of Mexico City, and from bondage to liberty. In doing so, she challenges commonly held assumptions about the uniformity of the slave experience in the Americas.


‘This important and enjoyable new addition to the venerable Cambridge Latin American Studies book series makes a resoundingly original contribution to the field. Seijas skillfully deploys archival sources on both the Philippines and Colonial Mexico, placing their analysis within a single, coherent framework. The result is fascinating; as the study unfolds, it effectively shifts our views of Asian slavery in Spanish America, of identity terms like chino, and indeed of race and ethnicity in early colonial Mexico.'

Matthew Restall - Edwin Erle Sparks Professor of Latin American History, Pennsylvania State University

'Well-established forms of Filipino intertribal slave raiding along with swells of captives from the Indian Ocean and the wars against Islam in Mindanao transformed Manila into a bustling slave entrepôt by the mid-sixteenth century. For some 150 years, thousands of these ‘chino’ slaves left the Philippines for Mexico, where they became urban servants, artisan slaves-for-hire, pious beatas, and ultimately free Mexican ‘Indian’ vassals in the eyes of both civil and ecclesiastical courts. Paradoxically, the abolition of the Filipino slave trade by the late seventeenth century led to the ideological consolidation of African slavery, for the black body became the only sure legal marker to distinguish the true ‘captive foreigner’ in the body polity. This is a brilliant study of the rise and fall of the forgotten transpacific slave trade.'

Jorge Cañizares-Esguerra - Alice Drysdale Sheffield Professor of History, University of Texas, Austin

'Focused on the trans-Pacific trade, Asian Slaves in Colonial Mexico illustrates the commercial and cultural linkages that tied New Spain to the global economy of the early modern world. By making chinos the subjects of this history, Tatiana Seijas rivets our attention on the human cargoes of the Manila galleon in their transit from the Philippines to New Spain and their gradual integration into colonial Mexican society. Built on a solid foundation of archival research, this innovative study examines anew the entwined themes of human bondage and the ambiguities of ethnic labeling through the pathways to freedom that were opened to enslaved persons in the far-flung imperial networks of the Iberian world.'

Cynthia Radding - Gussenhoven Distinguished Professor, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

'Tatiana Seijas's book is long overdue. It is truly global in focus and comparative in reach. Steeped in archival sources, its study of early modern trans-Pacific slavery provokes comparisons with the trans-Atlantic traffic in humans during a contemporaneous and later period. Tracing the fate of 'Asian slaves' between Spain's two colonial spheres, the Philippines and colonial Mexico, this book is well-placed to contribute to a wide variety of fields, including comparative imperial formations and the growing historiography on slavery in East and Southeast Asian, Latin America and China. Its meticulous tracing of the lives of Asian slaves is a model for doing the social history of subaltern groups compelled to negotiate with colonial law, religious sanctions and permeable racial identities as they seek to move out of bondage and into emancipation prior to abolition.'

Vicente L. Rafael - University of Washington, Seattle

'A short review cannot do justice to the many complex issues discussed in this superb and carefully researched early modern globalization case study. Students and scholars alike will benefit from the author’s painstaking efforts to both track down traces of chino lives in archival documents and to contextualize their history within the expansive historiography of sixteenth- and seventeenth-century understandings on race and slavery.'

Nicole von Germeten Source: The American Historical Review

'Seijas has provided an illuminating history from below of worldwide slavery and the Mexican caste system. The extensive archival research undergirding her study both strengthens its arguments and makes for a compelling read … This monograph is exemplary for anyone seeking to examine a regional issue within a wider historical context, for it shows early modern Mexico as the global crossroad that it was.'

Ronald J. Morgan Source: Hispanic American Historical Review

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List of Archives Consulted

  • Archivo General de la Nación [AGN]

  • Archivo General de Notarías de la Ciudad de México [ANM]

  • Archivo General de las Indias [AGI]

  • Archivo de la Secretaria Municipal de Puebla [AMP]

  • Archivo del Sagrario Metropolitano de Puebla [ASMP]

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