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Alle prijzen zijn inclusief BTW en andere heffingen en exclusief eventuele verzendkosten en servicekosten. Gonzalo Lamana Irene Silverblatt. Samenvatting Mesyizo an alternative narrative of the conquest of the Incas, Gonzalo Lamana both examines and shifts away from the colonial imprint that still permeates most accounts of the conquest. Lamana focuses on a key moment of transition: Using published accounts and array of archival sources, he focuses on questions of subalternization, ell making, copying, and exotization, which proved crucial to both the Spaniards and the Incas.

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On the one hand, he re-inserts different epistemologies into the conquest narrative, making central to the plot often-dismissed, discrepant stories such as books that were expected to talk and year-long attacks that could only be launched under a full moon.

On the other hand, he questions the dominant image of a clear distinction between Inca and Spaniard, showing instead that on the battlefield as much laanita in everyday arenas such as conversion, market exchanges, politics, and land tenure, the parties blurred into each other in repeated instances of mimicry.

It shows that casting order as a by-product of military action rests on a pervasive fallacy: In constant dialogue with critical thinking from different disciplines and traditions, Lamana illuminates how this new interpretation of the conquest of the Incas revises current understandings lamankta Western colonialism and lamanit emergence of still-current global configurations.


Toon meer Toon minder. Pamanita s This important book will fundamentally change how scholars look at proto-colonial Peru. Theoretically, the book is well-informed and refreshingly anthropological for a project that so thoroughly overlaps with history and literary criticism.

This landmark book will be of lasting value for that contribution. Lamana’s highly compelling study will lwmanita the way researchers from all disciplines read colonial sources.

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He successfully shows how his Andean subjects recognised the arbitrariness of power’ in their day, and he engages in a compelling parallel effort to unsettle’ the epistemological assumptions undergirding the history of early colonial Peru. He does so with theoretical sophistication and through an innovative reading of standard Spanish and ex-post-facto native sources, as well as lesser known, locally produced sources.

The result is a compelling recasting of lwmanita conquest of Peru that effectively dismantles the linear narrative of Spanish domination that has been standard fare since the sixteenth century.

In this lamainta, Gonzalo Lamana unites the finest of discursive analysis with bold historical research in an argument that may fundamentally alter the way the first twenty years of Nestizo relations are understood. Domination without Ek is deeply exciting and of fundamental importance to the field of colonial literary scholarship.

Lamana’s work is careful, thorough, and persuasive. Domination without Dominance is the kind of argument that stimulates a desire for interdisciplinary dialogue and is one of those rare works of scholarship that achieves a real depth of interdisciplinary integration.

Combining literary criticism, anthropology, and history, Domination without Dominance extends the historical archive of the period to the present, and through ethnographic-textual analysis of modern historiography, shows the Conquest’ as an event the conceptual politics of which linger today. This book is an important addition to archive studies, de-colonial scholarship, and cultural politics.


The Politics of Race and Culture in Cuzco, Peru, Far from contributing to the well-known story of European victories against overwhelming odds, this reinterpetation of the conquest of Peru portrays complex, human adversaries who each used their own cultural understandings in an effort to gain control over the other.

Everyone who seeks to step outside the vision of the Spanish conquest imposed by the victors since the sixteenth century will find this study invaluable.

An Andean Society under Inca and Spanish Rule Domination without Dominance is a theoretically historical and historically theoretical argument. Through his valiant and successful effort to learn from the Incas, Gonzalo Lamana shifts the geopolitics of knowledge, lamanlta back and disengaging from the basic epistemic principles on which the humanities and the social sciences are founded.

His detailed analysis of the first two decades of encounters between Incas and Spaniards unveils how from then to today, historical narratives managed to tell half of the story as if it were the lqmanita.

Mignolo, author of The Idea of Latin America This important book will fundamentally change how scholars look at proto-colonial Peru. McKnight, Colonial Latin American Historical Review Lamana has produced something original in this old story, something that serious scholars of colonialism must read. Overige kenmerken Extra groot lettertype Nee. Reviews Schrijf een review. In winkelwagen Op verlanglijstje. Gratis verzending 30 dagen bedenktijd en gratis retourneren Ophalen bij een bol. Juan De Betanzos Narrative of the Incas 29, John Grier Varner El Inca 51, Bekijk de hele lijst.