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Domination without Dominance : Inca-Spanish Encounters in Early Colonial Peru

By: Lamana, Gonzalo.
Contributor(s): Mignolo, Walter D | Silverblatt, Irene | Saldívar-Hull, Sonia.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Latin America Otherwise: Publisher: Durham : Duke University Press, 2008Description: 1 online resource (304 p.).ISBN: 9780822388715.Genre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Domination without Dominance : Inca-Spanish Encounters in Early Colonial PeruDDC classification: 985/.02 LOC classification: F3429 | .L363 2008Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Contents; About the Series; Acknowledgments; Introduction: Situated Interventions: Colonial Imprints, Decolonial Moves; 1. Beyond Exotization and Likeness: Alterity and the Production of Sense in a Colonial Encounter; 2. Christian Realism and Magicality during Atahualpa's Imprisonment; 3. Why Betting a Barrel of Preserves Can Be a Bad Thing To Do: Civilizing Deeds and Snags; 4. Illusions of Mastery: Manco Inca's War and the Colonial Normal; 5. The Emergence of a New Mestizo Consciousness: An Unthinkable Inca; 6. Power as Moves: A Mid-1540s Repertoire of Flipping the Coin; 7. "The End"
Basic Political chronology of the Spanish conquestNotes; Glossary; References; Index
Summary: Complicates the Spanish conquest of Peru by seeking to overturn the interpretation made by 16th century Spanish writers and modern academics that cast the Inca-Spanish encounter as a battle between two clearly defined sides,
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Contents; About the Series; Acknowledgments; Introduction: Situated Interventions: Colonial Imprints, Decolonial Moves; 1. Beyond Exotization and Likeness: Alterity and the Production of Sense in a Colonial Encounter; 2. Christian Realism and Magicality during Atahualpa's Imprisonment; 3. Why Betting a Barrel of Preserves Can Be a Bad Thing To Do: Civilizing Deeds and Snags; 4. Illusions of Mastery: Manco Inca's War and the Colonial Normal; 5. The Emergence of a New Mestizo Consciousness: An Unthinkable Inca; 6. Power as Moves: A Mid-1540s Repertoire of Flipping the Coin; 7. "The End"

Basic Political chronology of the Spanish conquestNotes; Glossary; References; Index

Complicates the Spanish conquest of Peru by seeking to overturn the interpretation made by 16th century Spanish writers and modern academics that cast the Inca-Spanish encounter as a battle between two clearly defined sides,

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<p>Gonzalo Lamana is Assistant Professor of Hispanic Languages and Literatures at the University of Pittsburgh.</p>

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