Violence, resistance, and survival in the Americas : native Americans and the legacy of conquest / edited by William B. Taylor and Franklin Pease G.Y.
By: Taylor, William B
Contributor(s): Pease García Yrigoyen, FranklinLanguage: English Publisher: Washington, London : Smithsonian Institution Press, 1994.Description: vii, 296p. : ill., maps ; 23cm.ISBN: 1560982608
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Includes bibl. references. - Contents: Part 1, Early encounters and the culture of conquest. Spanish and Andean perceptions of the other in the conquest of the Andes / F. Pease G.Y.; Allegory and ethnography in Cabeza de Vaca's Naufragios and Commentaries / J. Rabasa; The art of survival in early colonial Peru / R. Adorno; Part 2, Strategies of resistance and survival in late colonial Mexico. Colonial expansion and Indian resistance in Sonora / J.L. Mirafuentes Galván; Cultural creativity and raiding bands in 18th century northern New Spain / W.L. Merrill; Santiago's horse: Christianity and colonial Indian resistance in the heartland of New Spain / W.B. Taylor; Part 3, Living history: contemporary issues and historical context in the United States. Maintaining the road of life / A.B. Kehoe; Change, continuity and variation in native American societies as a response to conquest / D. Champagne; Definitional violence and Plains Indian reservation life / D. Reed Miller; Gender and culture: American Indian women in urban societies / Jennie R. Joe; Coda. Violence and resistance in the Americas: the legacy of conquest / M. Tuassig.