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Department
History
Course
HISA04H3
Professor
Sheldon Ungar
Semester
Fall

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Lecture 16: Charting New Worlds I: Colonizers and colonized in the Americas Key terms People: Dona Marina/Malintzin/La Malinche (ca.1500-1527) Guaman Pmo de Ayala (ca. 1535-1616) Concepts: Mestizo Metis Ladinos Praying Indians “Go-betweens” Final Exam: Only Key Terms from Second Half – Identification Essay Questions – Cumulative (Very Broad) 3 choices Compare and Contrast Early Empires and Modern Empires - How colonial societies evolved in the Americas, combining new and old elements from both - metropolitan and indigenous cultures - The Conflicting legacies of “mixing” today - We know that people were European because of clothing - One kind of repeating theme, that Europeans showed they were European was their sense of fashion, clothing - The dress that indigenous people were said to have were fur and leather, a theme in representations of indigenous peoples, somehow closer to nature, didn’t have ability to pu
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