Space-Time Perspectives on Early Colonial Moquegua
Author(s): Prudence Rice
In this rich study of the construction and reconstruction of a colonized landscape, Prudence M. Rice takes an implicit political ecology approach in exploring encounters of colonization in Moquegua, a small valley of southern Peru. Building on theories of spatiality, spatialization, and place, she examines how politically mediated human interaction transformed the physical landscape, the people who inhabited it, and the resources and goods produced in this poorly known area.
Space-Time Perspectives on Early Colonial Moquegua looks at the encounters between existing populations and newcomers from successive waves of colonization, from indigenous expansion states (Wari, Tiwanaku, and Inka) to the foreign Spaniards, and the way each group "re-spatialized" the landscape according to its own political and economic ends. Viewing these spatializations from political, economic, and religious perspectives, Rice considers both the ideological and material occurrences.
Concluding with a special focus on the multiple space-time considerations involved in Spanish-inspired ceramics from the region, Space-Time Perspectives on Early Colonial Moquegua integrates the local and rural with the global and urban in analyzing the events and processes of colonialism. It is a vital contribution to the literature of Andean studies and will appeal to students and scholars of archaeology, historical archaeology, history, ethnohistory, and globalization.
This resource is a sample of "Space-Time Perspectives on Early Colonial Moquegua." Included is the title page, table of contents and first chapter. The publication in its entirety is available through the University Press of Colorado.
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Space-Time Perspectives on Early Colonial Moquegua. Prudence Rice. 5589 Arapahoe Avenue, Suite 206C Boulder, Colorado 80303: University Press of Colorado. 2013 ( tDAR id: 399136) ; doi:10.6067/XCV85140SV
Andean "Majolica" Pottery • Bodega Sites • Catholicism • Ceramic Spatialization • Christian Persucutions • Cochuna • Decorative Spaces • Encomiendas • Geology • Hierarchical Design • Imperial Expansion • Indigenous Provinces • Inka Administrative Center • Locumbilla • Locumbilla Bodega • Lucas Martinez Vegaso • Moqueugua Bodegas Project • Mudéjar Style • Natural Landscape • New World Conquest • Pre-Hispanic Colonization • Pre-Hispanic Multivocality • Pre-Modern Spain • Re-spatialization • Restrictions on Trade • Spanish Politicization • Spanish Spatialization • Spatialization • Technological Spaces • technological transfers • Tinajas • Tin-Enameled Ware • Toponyms • Toponymy • Torata Alta • Wine • Yaravico
min long: -82.793; min lat: -18.979 ; max long: -65.215; max lat: -0.132 ;
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Contact(s): Beth Svinarich
Contributor(s): Prudence Rice
Permitting Agency(s): University Press of Colorado
Repository(s): University Press of Colorado
General Note: This resource is a sample of "Space-Time Perspectives on Early Colonial Moquegua." Included is the title page, table of contents and first chapter. The publication in its entirety is available through the University Press of Colorado.
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