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Class Notes for Latin American Studies at University of Toronto St. George

LAS200H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Aztec Calendar Stone, Quetzalcoatl, Teotihuacan

Class 2 2017. 9. 19 Reading: Indians: The Europeans use the indies, las indias, as a reflection of Columbuss geographical misconception, and, as a result, the natives were called Indians. The formation of the population i...

Latin American Studies
LAS200H1
Victor Rivas
LAS200H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Teotihuacan, Aztec Calendar Stone, Quetzalcoatl

Class 2 2017. 9. 19 Reading: Indians: The Europeans use the indies, las indias, as a reflection of Columbuss geographical misconception, and, as a result, the natives were called Indians. The formation of the population i...

Latin American Studies
LAS200H1
Victor Rivas
LAS200H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Spain In The Middle Ages, Dragonlance, Syphilis

Class 4 2017.10.3 Exploration and Conquest incursion into other cultures Reading: (W) The conquest started in 1540s and reached an end in the middle of the 1570s. Spain advantage: - Superior military technology: ar...

Latin American Studies
LAS200H1
Victor Rivas
LAS200H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Tepeyac, Transculturation, Unequal Exchange

Class 7 Colonial Identity and Self-Representation Amazon regions, Altiplanos of the Andean region, people who didnt come into contact with the Europeans for a long time. - Transculturation (implies an exchange of...

Latin American Studies
LAS200H1
Victor Rivas
LAS200H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: History Of Latin America, Encomienda, Ritualism In The Church Of England

Class 6 The New World or Las Indias Spanish conquerors learnt the local languages and taught the children Spanish a way to promote Christianity among indigenous - Survivors, children of the survivors learnt Spanish:...

Latin American Studies
LAS200H1
Victor Rivas
LAS200H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Joseph Bonaparte, Freedom Of Religion, Francisco Goya

Class 9 19 Century Spanish America Independencia Critical Questions: Why bother with independence? In- Dependence The Latin American society is different a new society is created: - 300 years is long enough for ear...

Latin American Studies
LAS200H1
Victor Rivas
LAS200H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Catholic Monarchs, Eurocentrism, Malnutrition

Class 5 2017-10-10 Guest Lecture: The Spanish Golden Age - 16 and 17 th th Centuries (Sanda Munjic) During Columbus and post-Columbus Gold Age: coined as a term to refer to extraor...

Latin American Studies
LAS200H1
Victor Rivas
LAS200H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Slave Rebellion, Power Transition Theory, Free Market

Class 10 Indigenous people lived in poverty in 1800s since the society was very racialized. The Spanish rulers need to report the demographics to the Spanish Crown. - Simn Bolvar: He is a Criollo and came from a we...

Latin American Studies
LAS200H1
Victor Rivas
LAS200H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Antonio De Nebrija, Ramon Llull, Host Desecration

Class 3 2017. 9. 26 Guest lecture Reading: Pre-Columbian Spain Columbus is the written record of history. Consider Columbus and his arrival to the new world, before and after Columbus. While pre-Columbia is often referre...

Latin American Studies
LAS200H1
Victor Rivas
LAS200H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Clorinda Matto De Turner, Latin American Literature, Viceroyalty Of Peru

19 Century Latin America Expression in Literature Lots of Cubano were fighting for independence but were excelled. They live along the coast of the united states as journalists, members of the congress?? What is the impa...

Latin American Studies
LAS200H1
Victor Rivas
LAS200H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Synagogue Of El Transito, Ramon Llull, Host Desecration

Las200 lecture 3 Classical - Classic culture Medium aevum medival - Dark ages nothing in the middle not literally dark Renaissance Birth of new culture 1492 columbus lands in san Salvador eurocentrism maya? inca? What is ...

Latin American Studies
LAS200H1
Victor Rivas
LAS200H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Casta, Joseph Bonaparte

Critical questions: Why bother with independence? Mistiso- sons and daughters of the indigenous people Mulatos - light skinned Colonial south America photo Cuadro de castas - ist half of the XVIII century Rational attemp...

Latin American Studies
LAS200H1
Victor Rivas
LAS200H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Orality

Lecture 4 LAS200 Issues to ponder The people sponsoring the exploration trips have a lot of money and require for the explorers to document the voyage like what kind of things were they carrying ...

Latin American Studies
LAS200H1
Victor Rivas
LAS200H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Orality

Simon bolivar- liberal - royalty 1783-1830 1810 declaration of independence mexico against Spain they dont want to be controlled by the country people overseas freedom of speech and press no taxation without representatio...

Latin American Studies
LAS200H1
Victor Rivas
LAS200H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Hans Staden, Bartolomé De Las Casas

The new world or "las indias". People would stay in that same region until they die and also your social status would probably remain the same. Conquest opened the possibility of moving upward. To better your life go to th...

Latin American Studies
LAS200H1
Victor Rivas

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