Contested Territory: Mapping Peru in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries

Heidi V. Scott

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Landscape is never static, but changes continuously when seen in relation to human occupation, movement, labor, and discourse. Contested Territory explores the ways in which Peru’s early colonial landscapes were experienced and portrayed, especially by the Spanish conquerors but also by their conquered subjects. It focuses on the role played by indigenous groups in shaping the Spanish experiences of landscapes, the diverse geographical images of Peru and ways in which these were constructed and contested, and what this can tell us about the nature of colonial relations in post-conquest Peru.
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CyhoeddwrUniversity of Notre Dame Press
ISBN (Argraffiad)0-268-04131-8, 978-0-268-04131-1
StatwsCyhoeddwyd - 2009

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