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From rebellion to independence in the Andes : soundings from southern Peru, 1750-1830 /
David Cahill.
imprint
Amsterdam : Aksant, 2002.
description
xiii, 215 p. ; 24 cm.
ISBN
9052600546 (pbk.)
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imprint
Amsterdam : Aksant, 2002.
isbn
9052600546 (pbk.)
catalogue key
4788846
 
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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The essays in this book span Peru's turbulent transition from Spanish rule to independence in 1824. Situated within the sphere of influence of the old Inca capital Cuzco, they represent soundings of resistance and rebellion, backed by years of archival research. From these studies emerges a mosaic that deepens our understanding of the social basis of separatist and subversive Andean politics, incorporating evidence often missing from broader studies.This volume details the Arequipa riots in 1780, the violent Tupac Amaru Rebellion, and the native Andean insurgency within the abortive revolution of 1814-15, uncovering the social basis of subversive politics during this crucial period of political change. Against this violent backdrop, the cultural milieu is seen as an enabling force for insurrectionary politics.
Table of Contents
Acknowledgements
Preface
Abbreviations
Colour by numbersp. 1
Curas and social conflict in the doctrinas of Cuzcop. 15
Illicit repartos and first families in Southern Perup. 43
Inca retainer groups and destructurationp. 59
Popular religion and appropriationp. 71
Taxonomy of a colonial áriot'p. 95
Violence, repression and rebellion in southern Perup. 119
An Andean alternative: the Ocongate insurrection of 1815p. 133
The cacique network and tribute administrationp. 153
Notes to the chaptersp. 169
Indexp. 213
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