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Volume XI contains bibliographical essays from the complete Cambridge History of Latin America, Volumes I–X. It will be the definitive bibliographic reference for scholars of Latin America in the European era. It is the first authoritative large-scale history of the whole of Latin America from the first contacts between the native peoples of the Americas and Europeans in the late fifteenth and early sixteenth centuries to the present day. A major work of collaborative international scholarship, this History has been planned, co-ordinated and edited by a single editor, Leslie Bethell.

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  • 1 - Mesoamerica before 1519
    pp 1-8
  • https://doi.org/10.1017/CHOL9780521395250.002
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    Summary
    This comprehensive bibliographic essay surveys the secondary literature on the history of Middle and South America, specifically focusing on Mesoamerica before 1519. It covers books, chapters in books, and articles in a wide range of scholarly journals and also noteworthy unpublished PhD theses, mainly in English, Spanish and Portuguese but to a lesser extent also in French and German. They have been generally welcomed as valuable aids to both teaching and research. A few articles cited in this essay include: the works of the sixteenth- and seventeenth-century Spanish, mestizo and Indian chroniclers containing basic references to the pre-Columbian epoch; works in archaeological research in Mesoamerica; reliable surveys of the cultural evolution of Mesoamerica in its entirety; and works on socio-economic and political structures prevalent in central Mesoamerica at the time of the contact with the Spainards.
  • 2 - The Caribbean and circum-Caribbean at the end of the fifteenth century
    pp 8-13
  • https://doi.org/10.1017/CHOL9780521395250.003
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    This bibliographic essay collates literature on the history Middle and South America, specifically focusing on the Caribbean and circum-Caribbean at the end of the fifteenth century. It covers books, chapters in books, and articles in a wide range of scholarly journals and also noteworthy unpublished PhD theses, mainly in English, Spanish and Portuguese but to a lesser extent also in French and German. A few articles cited in this essay include works focusing on ethnohistorical research concerning the Caribbean and circum-Caribbean. Luis Duque Gomez's two-volume work on Colombian prehistory (Prehistoria, vol. 1: Etnohistoria y arqueologia and vol. 2: Tribus indigenas y sitios arqueologic) provides a basic introduction to that country's indigenous peoples at the time of the conquest. The most authoritative observations concerning the native population of the Lesser Antilles can be found in the works of seventeenth-century missionary Father Raymond Breton.
  • 3 - The Andes before 1532
    pp 13-19
  • https://doi.org/10.1017/CHOL9780521395250.004
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    This comprehensive bibliographic essay surveys the secondary literature on the history Middle and South America, specifically focusing on the history of Andes before 1532. It covers books, chapters in books, and articles in a wide range of scholarly journals and also noteworthy unpublished PhD theses, mainly in English, Spanish and Portuguese but to a lesser extent also in French and German. A few articles cited in this essay include: works depicting Andean ethnohistory; catalogues of texts in the Andean languages and publication and interpretation of administrative and litigation records from the sixteenth century; surveys on early colonial institutions and their effect on the Andean population; and works analysing of the economic processes affecting the Andean population. A special feature of Andean historiography is the search for explanations of the rapid collapse of the Inka state after 1532.
  • 4 - Southern South America in the middle of the sixteenth century
    pp 19-24
  • https://doi.org/10.1017/CHOL9780521395250.005
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    This exhaustive bibliographic essay surveys the secondary literature on the history Middle and South America, focusing on Southern South America in the middle of the sixteenth century, in particular. It covers books, chapters in books, and articles in a wide range of scholarly journals and also noteworthy unpublished PhD theses, mainly in English, Spanish and Portuguese but to a lesser extent also in French and German. A few materials cited in this essay include: works containing useful information on the northern section of the southern Andes; works on the Araucanian War, which continued to motivate lengthy annals of events in Chile in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries; and works on Spanish exploration in other parts of the Americas in the sixteenth century. Articles cited also include works focusing on the ethnographic history of Pampa, Patagonia and the southern archipelago, and works containing historical information on the Aonikenk or Ona and Tehuelches.
  • 5 - Brazil in 1500
    pp 24-28
  • https://doi.org/10.1017/CHOL9780521395250.006
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    This comprehensive bibliographic essay surveys the secondary literature on the history Middle and South America, specifically focusing on Brazil in 1500. It covers books, chapters in books, and articles in a wide range of scholarly journals and also noteworthy unpublished PhD theses, mainly in English, Spanish and Portuguese but to a lesser extent also in French and German. They have been generally welcomed as valuable aids to both teaching and research. A few articles cited in this essay include: collection of letters from Nobrega, Anchieta and other Jesuits; outstanding works on French missionaries and a German mercenary; and classic works on the history of Indians during the period immediately after the conquest. Publications cited also include works providing essential information on the tribes encountered on the Amazon during Francisco de Orellana's first descent in 1542, and also information on tribes of southern Brazil.
  • 1 - The Spanish conquest and settlement of America
    pp 29-37
  • https://doi.org/10.1017/CHOL9780521395250.007
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    This comprehensive bibliographic essay surveys the secondary literature on the history of colonial Spanish America, specifically focusing on the Spanish conquest and settlement of America. It covers books, chapters in books, and articles in a wide range of scholarly journals and also noteworthy unpublished PhD theses, mainly in English, Spanish and Portuguese but to a lesser extent also in French and German. A few articles cited in this essay include: works containing surveys of the colonial period in Spanish America which begin with the conquest and early settlement; works on relationship between Spain and America; and works on the Spanish movement into mainland America. Articles cited also include literature on the discovery, conquest and colonization of America, and on the role of commercial considerations in the process of conquest and colonization.
  • 2 - Indian societies and the Spanish conquest
    pp 37-42
  • https://doi.org/10.1017/CHOL9780521395250.008
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    This bibliographic essay surveys the literature on the history of colonial Spanish America, specifically focusing on the Indian societies and the Spanish conquest. It covers books, chapters in books, and articles in a wide range of scholarly journals and also noteworthy unpublished PhD theses, mainly in English, Spanish and Portuguese but to a lesser extent also in French and German. They have been generally welcomed as valuable aids to both teaching and research. A few articles cited in this essay include works on ethnohistorical research of Mesoamerica and the Andes; writings of perspectives on the Indian reaction to the European invasion; publications of two bilingual editions (English-Nahuatl, and Spanish-Nahuatl) of the early colonial records of the Indian municipality. Articles cited also include documents and studies on the Taki Onqoy movement in south-central Peru in the 1560s.
  • 3 - Spain and America in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries
    pp 42-50
  • https://doi.org/10.1017/CHOL9780521395250.009
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    This bibliographic essay surveys the literature on the history of colonial Spanish America, focusing on the Spain and America in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, in specific. It covers books, chapters in books, and articles in a wide range of scholarly journals and also noteworthy unpublished PhD theses, mainly in English, Spanish and Portuguese but to a lesser extent also in French and German. A few articles cited in this essay include: more specialized studies of Spanish government and society; works on relationship between Spain and its American possessions in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries; works focusing on research into Spain's organization for war and the strains imposed by warfare on the Spanish administrative system; and works on the religious and social climate in Spanish lands. Articles cited also include materials providing different aspects of Spanish colonial administration and Spanish treatment of the Indians.
  • 4 - Spain and America: The Atlantic trade, 1492–c.1720
    pp 50-56
  • https://doi.org/10.1017/CHOL9780521395250.010
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    This bibliographic essay surveys the literature on the history of colonial Spanish America, specifically focusing on the Spain and America: the Atlantic trade, 1492-C. 1720. It covers books, chapters in books, and articles in a wide range of scholarly journals and also noteworthy unpublished PhD theses, mainly in English, Spanish and Portuguese but to a lesser extent also in French and German. A few articles cited in this essay include: works on Spanish and Spanish-American oceanic navigation and trade before 1720; literature on the expansion of Europe with various approaches; and manuals of navigation of the period. Articles cited also include analysis of the pre-eminence of Iberia's south-west corner, and of the role played by the stepping-stone islands; and works examining the Atlantic sea link between Spain and the New World up to the middle of the seventeenth century.
  • 5 - Spain and America in the eighteenth century
    pp 56-59
  • https://doi.org/10.1017/CHOL9780521395250.011
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    Summary
    This bibliographic essay surveys the literature on the history of colonial Spanish America, specifically focusing on the Spain and America in the eighteenth century. It covers books, chapters in books, and articles in a wide range of scholarly journals and also noteworthy unpublished PhD theses, mainly in English, Spanish and Portuguese but to a lesser extent also in French and German. A few articles cited in this essay include: works on Spanish trade with America; publications on concepts and realities of Spanish economic growth between 1759 and 1789; writing on Central American economic development; publications on economic change in the viceroyalty of New Granada with special reference to overseas trade; and works analysing the province of Antioquia. Articles cited also include: general synthesis of the economies of Lower and Upper Peru and works assessing fiscal profit of empire.
  • 6 - Population
    pp 59-66
  • https://doi.org/10.1017/CHOL9780521395250.012
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    This bibliographic essay surveys the literature on the history of colonial Spanish America, uniquely focusing population. It covers books, chapters in books, and articles in a wide range of scholarly journals and also noteworthy unpublished PhD theses, mainly in English, Spanish and Portuguese but to a lesser extent also in French and German. They have been generally welcomed as valuable aids to both teaching and research. The general evolution of Latin America's population presents in the works of Nicolas Sanchez-Albornoz, The Population of Latin America: A History. A few articles cited in this essay include: works on examination of the types of statistics, quality, and the techniques of analysis of the tributary counts and parish registers, which are the sources for population history in Spanish America; works on immigration into America from other continents; and writings on widespread internal movements of population.
  • 7 - Urban development
    pp 66-78
  • https://doi.org/10.1017/CHOL9780521395250.013
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    Summary
    This bibliographic essay surveys the literature on the history of Colonial Spanish America, uniquely focusing the urban development. It covers books, chapters in books, and articles in a wide range of scholarly journals and also noteworthy unpublished PhD theses, mainly in English, Spanish and Portuguese but to a lesser extent also in French and German. Information on works on the central role of towns in Spanish colonization; and writings on surveys of municipal life and institutions is also provided. Articles listed in this essay include: works on political history; books on the accommodation of Indians to urban life under Spain; and publications on reorientation of pre-Columbian cities and settlement patterns under Spanish rule in Mexico. Articles cited also include: works on continuities and transformations of Nahua political structures into the urban environments of the colonial era; and tomes that analysing changing settlement patterns and their political implications from Incan to modern times.
  • 8 - Mining
    pp 78-82
  • https://doi.org/10.1017/CHOL9780521395250.014
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    Summary
    This bibliographic essay surveys the literature on the history of colonial Spanish America, focusing on colonial Spanish American mining, in particular. It covers books, chapters in books, and articles in a wide range of scholarly journals and also noteworthy unpublished PhD theses, mainly in English, Spanish and Portuguese, but to a lesser extent also in French and German. A few articles cited in this essay include works on silver production over the entire colonial period; publications on technical aspects of mining and refining; works on Spanish background to colonial mining; and a significant collection of colonial documents on mining; Information on the writings on various colonial treatises and histories on, or dealing with,Central American mining is also included. Articles cited also include details of tomes mainly dealing with administration of late colonial mining in Peru, as well as operational aspects of silver production.
  • 9 - The formation and economic structure of the hacienda in New Spain
    pp 82-89
  • https://doi.org/10.1017/CHOL9780521395250.015
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    This bibliographic essay collates the literature on the history of colonial Spanish America, focusing on the formation and economic structure of the hacienda in New Spain, in specific. It covers books, chapters in books, and articles in a wide range of scholarly journals and also noteworthy unpublished PhD theses, mainly in English, Spanish and Portuguese, but to a lesser extent also in French and German. A few articles cited in this essay include information on the publications on expansion of the hacienda and to the establishment of a new economic structure; historical literature on the rural history of colonial Mexico; works analysing the agricultural problems during the colonial period; works examining the formation and development of one or more haciendas over extended periods. Articles cited also include writings on changes in the agrarian landscape brought about by the development of the haciendas and ranches and by the introduction of new crops and animals.
  • 10 - The rural economy and society of Spanish South America
    pp 89-93
  • https://doi.org/10.1017/CHOL9780521395250.016
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    Summary
    This bibliographic essay surveys the literature on the history of economy, society, and politics, of Latin America from 1930 to C. 1990, uniquely focusing the Puerto Rico. It covers books, chapters in books, and articles in a wide range of scholarly journals and also noteworthy unpublished PhD theses, mainly in English, Spanish and Portuguese but to a lesser extent also in French and German. A few articles cited in the essay include: publications on yearly Economic Reports to the Governor by the Planning Board, which are useful source of basic information on the economy; works on annual reports of the important government agencies, such as the Departments of Public Education, Commerce, Agriculture, Labor and Human Resources, and Fomento, and the Electoral Commission; and works on the island's contemporary problems. Articles cited also include: writings on the political events of the 1930s; books on constitutional law; and publications on economic and development policy in the contemporary period.
  • 11 - Aspects of the internal economy: Labour, taxation, distribution and exchange
    pp 93-100
  • https://doi.org/10.1017/CHOL9780521395250.017
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    Summary
    This bibliographic essay surveys the literature on the history of colonial Spanish America, focusing on aspects of the internal economy: labour, taxation, distribution and exchange, in particular. It covers books, chapters in books, and articles in a wide range of scholarly journals and also noteworthy unpublished PhD theses, mainly in English, Spanish and Portuguese, but to a lesser extent also in French and German. A few articles cited in this essay include discussions on the useful synthesis of the economies of Lower and Upper Peru in the colonial period; writing on convenient summary of Indian colonial labour systems; works on link between the encomienda and land tenure in general; and a comparative study of the transformations in labour practices and land tenure in several important Nahua towns in sixteenth-century central Mexico. Articles cited also include information on works on the Indian economy and market system and long-distance commerce, routes and markets.
  • 12 - Social organization and social change
    pp 100-104
  • https://doi.org/10.1017/CHOL9780521395250.018
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    Summary
    This bibliographic essay surveys the literature on the history of Colonial Spanish America, separately focusing social organization and social change. It covers books, chapters in books, and articles in a wide range of scholarly journals and also noteworthy unpublished PhD theses, mainly in English, Spanish and Portuguese but to a lesser extent also in French and German. They have been generally welcomed as valuable aids to both teaching and research. A few articles cited in the essay include: remarkable florescence of writing on the social history of early Latin America; and works on the progress of individual persons or organizations in a specific time and place in the Latin America. Information on publications on the Hispanic sector of Spanish American society; and books on structure of the hacendado class in late eighteenth-century; and works that provide view of women's socioeconomic role in colonial Guadalajara and Puebla is also provided.
  • 13 - Indian societies under Spanish rule
    pp 104-112
  • https://doi.org/10.1017/CHOL9780521395250.019
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    This bibliographic essay surveys the literature on the history of colonial Spanish America, particularly focusing Indian societies under Spanish rule. It covers books, chapters in books, and articles in a wide range of scholarly journals, mainly in English, Spanish and Portuguese. A few articles cited in this essay include works on the ethnohistorical bibliography of Mesoamerica; basic works on Spanish institutional controls over Indians; works certainly focusing on the history of encomiendas, corregimientos, town foundations, and local institutions and events; as well as publications on classic treatment of the friars' efforts to convert the Indians in Mexico. Information on the historical literature on northern Mexican and borderlands missions; important writings on tribute, land and labour, largely from the Spanish administrative point of view, are also included. Articles cited also include works that analyse Nahuatl texts and codices for what they yield on Indian social structure and social history.
  • 14 - Africans in Spanish American colonial society
    pp 112-127
  • https://doi.org/10.1017/CHOL9780521395250.020
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    This bibliographic essay surveys the literature on the history of colonial Spanish America, separately focusing Africans in Spanish American colonial society. It covers books, chapters in books, and articles in a wide range of scholarly journals, mainly in English, Spanish and Portuguese. A few articles cited in this essay include: works on Brazil and the English, French, and Dutch possessions in the Caribbean; publications on surveys of the European background to Spanish American slavery; classic account of Spanish policy toward the slave trade; and writings on studies of ambivalent and ambiguous stance of the Church with regard to the slave trade. Information on notes on slavery and race relations in Spanish America; works on colonial Mexican economy that contain valuable information on the role of slave labor; tomes of African slavery in colonial Colombia; and the records of African slavery in colonial Argentina, are also provided.
  • 15 - Women in Spanish American colonial society
    pp 127-142
  • https://doi.org/10.1017/CHOL9780521395250.021
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    This comprehensive bibliographic essay surveys the literature on the history of colonial Spanish America, separately focusing women in Spanish American colonial society. It covers books, chapters in books, and articles in a wide range of scholarly journals, mainly in English, Spanish and Portuguese. A few articles cited in this essay include: publications on comparative studies between Spain and Spanish-American women; writing on the transfer of culture and the role of the first generation of Spanish women in the Indies; books on Spanish legislation that defines the legal rights of all women in Spanish America; works on the status and social role of indigenous women prior to 1492, which is essential for understanding continuities and transformations during the colonial period; works on kinship roles, household contours, and gender relations within the indigenous cosmos; and documents on predicament of indigenous women immediately after the conquest.
  • 16 - The Catholic church
    pp 142-150
  • https://doi.org/10.1017/CHOL9780521395250.022
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    This bibliographic essay surveys the literature on the history of colonial Spanish America, distnictly focusing the Catholic Church. It covers books, chapters in books, and articles in a wide range of scholarly journals, mainly in English, Spanish and Portuguese. A few articles cited in this essay include: works on historiography of the church in colonial Spanish America; some excellent essays on evangelisation and the ecclesiastical influence on life in the colonial period; books on general histories of the church world-wide include chapters devoted to Latin America; publications on history of the church in particular countries and histories of the religious orders that worked in Spain's American colonies; writings on colonial Andean religion and Peruvian religious history; works on structure of the early church and clerical career patterns in early colonial Mexico; collection of some interesting investigations of the church and its influence on society.
  • 17 - Literature and intellectual life
    pp 150-153
  • https://doi.org/10.1017/CHOL9780521395250.023
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    This bibliographic essay surveys the literature on the history of Colonial Spanish America, separately focusing literature and intellectual life. It covers books, chapters in books, and articles in a wide range of scholarly journals and also noteworthy unpublished PhD theses, mainly in English, Spanish and Portuguese but to a lesser extent also in French and German. A few articles cited in the essay include: publications on cultural history of colonial Spanish America; and books that provide brief introduction to Spanish history and civilisation. Articles cited also include: publications on the early modern period; and works on the cultural contribution of Spain to the daily life of Spanish America in the colonial era. Information on writings on the Andean intellectual world; books on and the development of Creole consciousness; and publications on cultural colonization of the Philippines is also provided.
  • 18 - Architecture and art
    pp 153-160
  • https://doi.org/10.1017/CHOL9780521395250.024
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    This bibliographic essay surveys the literature on the history of Colonial Spanish America, uniquely focusing the architecture and art. It covers books, chapters in books, and articles in a wide range of scholarly journals and also noteworthy unpublished PhD theses, mainly in English, Spanish and Portuguese but to a lesser extent also in French and German but to a lesser extent also in French and German. Articles listed in this essay include: works on political history of the period 1870-1930; and publications on economic history of the decades. Articles listed also include: writings on political, social and military atmosphere of the Andean region of the country; and books on the Indian contribution to architectural decoration in Spanish colonial America. Information on important monographs appears in the United States since 1960; and books on Peruvian and Bolivian colonial art is also provided.
  • 19 - Music
    pp 160-162
  • https://doi.org/10.1017/CHOL9780521395250.025
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    This bibliographic essay collate the literature on the history of colonial Spanish America, focusing music, in particular. It covers books, chapters in books, and articles in a wide range of scholarly journals and also noteworthy unpublished PhD theses, mainly in English, Spanish and Portuguese but to a lesser extent also in French and German. They have been generally welcomed as valuable aids to both teaching and research. Numerous documents in the ecclesiastical and secular archives of Mexico City can be found in the works of Saldivar, early Latin American music researcher. A few articles cited in this essay include: works of colonial music in the Rio de la Plata region; substantial publications on basics of colonial music found in works of Francisco Curt Lange; and publications on the most sumptuous volume of colonial music documentation.
  • 1 - The Portuguese settlement of Brazil, 1500–1580
    pp 163-170
  • https://doi.org/10.1017/CHOL9780521395250.026
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    This bibliographic essay collate the literature on the history of colonial Brazil, focusing the Portuguese settlement of Brazil, 1500-1580, in particular. It covers books, chapters in books, and articles in a wide range of scholarly journals and also noteworthy unpublished PhD theses, mainly in English, Spanish and Portuguese but to a lesser extent also in French and German. They have been generally welcomed as valuable aids to both teaching and research. A few articles cited in this essay include discussions on standard accounts of Brazilian history that include treatment of the sixteenth century; works providing new data on the growth of the economy during 1500-1580; and works on the economic relations between settlers and Indians. Information on writings on Portugal's thrust into the Atlantic during the fifteenth century; works focusing relations between Indians and Portuguese; and publications providing short introductory overview of the French challenge to the Portuguese possession of Brazil, is also included.
  • 2 - Portugal and Brazil, 1580–1750
    pp 170-174
  • https://doi.org/10.1017/CHOL9780521395250.027
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    This bibliographic essay collates the literature on the history of colonial Brazil, focusing the Portugal and Brazil from 1580 to 1750, in particular. It covers books, chapters in books, and articles in a wide range of scholarly journals and also noteworthy unpublished PhD theses, mainly in English, Spanish and Portuguese, but to a lesser extent also in French and German. A few articles cited in this essay include monographs essential for an understanding of Portugal's role in America and its repercussions in the Old World; works on Portuguese administration in America; publications on Portuguese political economy and the part played in it by Brazil; and the writings on Portuguese diplomacy in America. Information on publications of the various Portuguese's congresses; works on the exports from Brazil, especially sugar and gold; and books on the slave trade to Brazil, is also included.

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