Dialogue with Europe, dialogue with the past: colonial Nahua and Quechua elites in their own words
Olko, Justyna, editor
Sullivan, John, editor
Szemi?ski, Jan, editor
University Press of Colorado, publisher
A critical anthology of indigenous-authored texts, including Nahua, Quechua, and Spanish which native peoples and Spaniards convey their perspectives on Spanish colonial order. The first volume with native testimonies of Spanish expansion and examines geographically and culturally realities of indigenous elites in the colonial period.--Provided by publisher.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Mexico -- History -- Spanish colony, 1540-1810 -- Sources
Peru -- History -- Conquest, 1522-1548 -- Sources
Nahuas -- Mexico -- History -- Sources
Quechua Indians -- Peru -- History -- Sources
Nahuatl language -- Texts
Quechua language -- Texts
Spanish language -- Texts
Elite (Social sciences) -- Mexico -- History
Elite (Social sciences) -- Peru -- History