The Cambridge History of Latin America, Volume 11: by Leslie Bethell

By Leslie Bethell

This quantity includes bibliographical essays from the entire The Cambridge historical past of Latin the US, Volumes 1-10. As such, it's the definitive bibliographical resource for students of Latin the US because the 15th century.

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Eric S. , 1934). , 1958) keeps its value as an introduction Cambridge Histories Online © Cambridge University Press, 2008 i . Mesoamerica before 1519 7 to the religion of the Aztecs. For its challenging thesis on the role of 'ideology' in human societies, see the comparative work of Geoffrey W. Conrad and Arthur A. , 1984). An indispensable volume of eighteen essays, also with comparative aspirations, is George A. Collier, Renato I. Rosaldo and John D. ), The Inca and Aztec States, 1400—1800: Anthropology and History (New York, 1982).

M. M. van Kessel, Holocausto alprogreso: Los Aymards de Tarapaca (Amsterdam, 1980). Brief but useful accounts of north-west Argentina, compiled by Marcos Jimenez de la Espada in the Relaciones geogrdficas de Indias: Peru, 3 vols. (1881—97; Madrid, 1965) are those of Diego Pacheco (1569), Geronimo Luis de Cabrera (1573) and Pedro Sotelo Narvaez (1583), as well as the letters of Juan de Matienzo (1566), Juan Lozano Machuca (1581), and Father Alonso de Barzana (1594). , 1948) reflect the social changes which were taking place as a result of the conquest.

1918) provides informa- Cambridge Histories Online © Cambridge University Press, 2008 2. The Caribbean and circum-Caribbean 11 tion from early missionary reports regarding this isolated region. Of this genre, the memorial written by Fray Agustin de Zevallos in 1610 regarding the Talamancan natives is particularly informative. It appears in vol. 5 of Coleccidn de documentos para la historia de Costa Rica, published by Leon Fernandez (Paris, 1886), 156-61. , 1990). Between Seas: Precolumbian Art of Costa Rica, by Suzanne AbelVidor et al.

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