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Few milestones in human history are as dramatic and momentous as the meeting of three great civilizations on American soil in the sixteenth century. Latin America in Colonial Times presents that story in an engaging but scholarly new package, revealing how a new civilization - Latin America - emerged from that encounter. The authors give equal attention to the Spanish and Portuguese conquerors and settlers, to the African slaves they brought across the Atlantic, and to the indigenous peoples whose lands were invaded. From the dawn of empires in the fifteenth century, through the conquest age of the sixteenth, to the end of empire in the nineteenth, Latin America in Colonial Times combines broad brush strokes with the anecdotal details that bring the era to life.
Matthew Re.Stall is Edwin Erie Sparks Professor of Latin American History at Pennsylvania State University. Kris Lane is France V. Scholes Chair of Colonial Latin American History at Tulane University.
Table of Contents
|List of Maps and In Focus Boxes||p. vii|
|Preface: The Colonial Crucible||p. xiii|
|Before the Great Encounter||p. 1|
|Native America||p. 3|
|Castile and Portugal||p. 19|
|Atlantic Africa||p. 33|
|The Long Conquest||p. 47|
|The Iberian Imperial Dawn||p. 51|
|Native American Empires||p. 67|
|The Chain of Conquest||p. 85|
|The Incomplete Conquest||p. 109|
|The Colonial Middle||p. 129|
|Native Communities||p. 133|
|Black Communities||p. 151|
|The Religious Renaissance||p. 175|
|Defining Deviancy||p. 193|
|Daily Life in City and Country||p. 209|
|The Age of Change||p. 233|
|War and Reform||p. 235|
|Late-Colonial Life||p. 255|
|Conclusion: The Latin American Puzzle||p. 293|
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