8 edition of Another Face of Empire found in the catalog.
by Duke University Press
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||233|
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The Spanish cleric Bartolomé de Las Casas is a key figure in Another Face of Empire Another Face of Empire book. Intent on converting the Indians to Christianity, the religion of the colonizers, Las Casas simply offered the natives another face of empire: a paternalistic, ecclesiastical imperialism.
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The Spanish cleric Bartolomé de Las Casas is a key figure in the history of Spain’s conquest of the Americas. Praise “Another Face of Empire provides a convincing argument for finally retiring the myth of Las Casas as the ‘ather of America’ and the ‘protector of the Indians.’” — Nicole von Germeten, A Contracorriente “[An] insightful interpretive monograph This relatively short work is a gem of historiography, historical interpretation, legal and political analysis, and a.
Another Face of Empire: Bartolomé de Las Casas, Indigenous Rights, and Ecclesiastical Imperialism. By Daniel Castro. Daniel Castro Daniel Castro is Associate Professor of History at Southwestern University.
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In his book, Mr. Brendon promises in the very same paragraph, "less emphasis is placed upon the triumphs than upon the disasters that undermined the fabric of the Empire." Of course, the author is entitled to his own emphasis, and both students of the empire and general readers can surely benefit by reading this book alongside the less critical.
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The previous two editions of the trilogy are: The.This book forthrightly unmasks the imperial gift-giver. It should be read by all colonialists and those who study human rights issues."-Colin M. MacLachlan, John Christie Barr Distinguished Professor of History, Tulane University "Another Face of Empire incontrovertibly adds .The sixth season of Empire is filled with drama, shocking surprises and jaw-dropping moments.
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