TITLE

EL CIELO A DENTELLADAS O DE LA MENTALIDAD HISPÁNICA EN EL SIGLO XVI

AUTHOR(S)
Arango M., Mario Alonso
PUB. DATE
January 2007
SOURCE
El Ágora USB;ene-jun2007, Vol. 7 Issue 1, p175
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Within Social Sciences, the study of the colonial subject in terms of analysis and the disclosure of the mentalities (perception mechanisms, assessment and conceptualization of the other ,) have gathered strength in the last few years. At the end of the XV century and the beginning of the XVI, Latin America underwent the vicissitudes of the expansionistic force of the European world carrying along multiple consequences for its indigenous inhabitants, their descendants and for those who occupy that territory nowadays. The different points of view about how this first encounter was carried out have generated multiple viewpoints, some of them somewhat in discordance. Nevertheless, what is unequivocal is that the study of the minority groups (natives, mestizo and other marginal groups) has barely begun research on. Many have taken on the task of revealing such mechanisms through historical investigation and research. The Mexican writer Antonio Sarabia with his work, El cielo a dentelladas registers this tendency: he delves to these imaginary logics and reveals to us through literary realism that other anti-hegemonic discourses that began to develop from the earliest point of this encounter.
ACCESSION #
28052454

 

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