Emphasizing the reciprocal influences of European and Andean peoples, the contributors to this volume examine the formation of a colonial society in sixteenth-century South America. Together these eight outstanding essays by specialists in anthropology, history, art history, and literary studies are a model interdisciplinary forum in Andean and colonial studies. The authors explore the Old World background to the cultural encounter; the key political, social, and economic forces at work in shaping the Andean landscape; the transformation and hybridization of Inca symbolism; and the ways in which Andeans and Europeans came to interpret the emerging colonial society.About the Author:
Kenneth J. Andrien is Associate Professor of History at Ohio State University. Rolena Adorno is Professor of Latin American Literature at Princeton University.
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Descripción University of California Press, 1992. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: New. Nº de ref. de la librería P110520072286