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by Matthew Restall

ePub Latin America in Colonial Times download
Author:
Matthew Restall
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978-0521132602
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0521132606
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Cambridge University Press; 1 edition (November 14, 2011)
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Latin America in Colonial Times presents the story of how Latin American civilization emerged from the encounter of three great civilizations in the sixteenth century

Latin America in Colonial Times presents the story of how Latin American civilization emerged from the encounter of three great civilizations in the sixteenth century. 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.

Colonial Spanish America: A Documentary History (Jaguar Books on Latin America)

Colonial Spanish America: A Documentary History (Jaguar Books on Latin America). Restall and Lane, among the liveliest and most engaging historians currently writing in this field, draw from the best of recent and classic historical scholarship to paint a dynamic portrait of colonial society, civilization, and religion, without neglecting politics or economics. Latin America in Colonial Times elegantly conveys the nuances of colonial Latin America, never neglecting the details of daily life that capture students' attention. Scholars may even learn something new outside their areas of study. Nicole von Germeten, Oregon State University.

Matthew Restall is a historian of Colonial Latin America. He is an ethnohistorian and a scholar of conquest, colonization, and the African diaspora in the Americas. He is currently Edwin Erle Sparks Professor of Latin American History and Anthropology, and Director of Latin American Studies, at the Pennsylvania State University. He is President of the American Society for Ethnohistory, a former ed Matthew Restall is a historian of Colonial Latin America.

Matthew Restall (born 1964) is a historian of Colonial Latin America. He is an ethnohistorian and a scholar of conquest, colonization, and the African diaspora in the Americas

Matthew Restall (born 1964) is a historian of Colonial Latin America.

by Matthew Restall, Kris Lane. 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.

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Matthew Restall is Edwin Erle Sparks Professor of Latin American History at Pennsylvania State University. His areas of specialization include colonial Yucatan and Mexico, Maya history, the Spanish Conquest and Africans in Spanish America. Since 1995 he has published some forty articles and essays and a dozen books, including The Black Middle: Africans, Mayas, and Spaniards in Colonial Yucatan (2009); Mesoamerican Voices (Cambridge University Press, 2005); and Seven Myths of the Spanish Conquest (2003).

Автор: Restall Matthew Название: Latin America in Colonial Times .

Автор: Restall Matthew Название: Latin America in Colonial Times ISBN: 1108403468 ISBN-13(EAN): 9781108403467 Издательство: Cambridge Academ Рейтинг . The fully revised textbook Latin America in Colonial Times presents that story in an engaging but informative new package, revealing how a new civilization and region - Latin America - emerged from that encounter. By focusing on the lives of those often overshadowed by history, the book offers a new way of understanding how peoples from the Iberian peninsula, sub-Saharan Africa, and the western hemisphere interacted to produce a uniquely Latin American culture.

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Mark A. Burkholder and Lyman Johnson, Colonial Latin America, 9 th ed. (New York: Oxford University Press, 2015), 37.

Matthew Restall and Kris Lane, Latin America in Colonial Times (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2011), 35-36.

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.
  • The included stories were interesting, however, I felt like I was reading a brain dump rather than cohesive stories with a timeline. The writing in each section seemed to jump back and forth, included far too many irrelevant individuals, and lacked structure. At times I had to ask myself if I was reading the correct section because the title and the content seemed very different.

  • Terrible Kindle edition without page numbers. Plus, the book itself is too superficial to be useful.

  • This is my textbook, The book is good. However, the problem is KINDLE. I rented a digital book and I cannot pinpoint the page numbers. My professor likes to jump around chapters, and he gives page numbers to read. It was my big mistake to rent it from Amazon.

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  • This book was required for my college reading (among many others). It was considered out base source as we branched out to the separate aspects of European colonization of Latin America. What could have been contentious historically academic tedium, found in other serious works, this book was fresh with hip phrasing and easy to understand content.

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