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  1. Beskrivelse

    Presents a thorough excavation of the history of the Indigenous inhabitants of California in the late 18th and 19th centuries and their interaction with the Spanish occupiers and Mexican society. This book gives portrayal of how native painters worked to incorporate their cultural ico... Læs mere

    Udgivelsesdato:
    31-12-2013
    Leveringstid:
    5-7 hverdage
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  2. Yderligere info
    Udgivelsesdato:
    31-12-2013
    Sprog:
    Engelsk
    ISBN13:
    9780520280625
    Sidetal:
    272
    Vægt:
    363
    Højde:
    20
    Bredde:
    152
    Længde:
    229
    Mærkat:
    Bog, paperback
    Format:
    Paperback
    • Bibliotekernes beskrivelse

      Saints and Citizens is a bold new excavation of the history of Indigenous people in California in the late eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, showing how the missions became sites of their authority, memory, and identity. Shining a forensic eye on colonial encounters in Chumash, Luiseno, and Yokuts territories, Lisbeth Haas depicts how native painters incorporated their cultural iconography in mission painting and how leaders harnessed new knowledge for control in other ways. Through her portrayal of highly varied societies, she explores the politics of Indigenous citizenship in the independent Mexican nation through events such as the Chumash War of 1824, native emancipation after 1826, and the political pursuit of Indigenous rights and land through 1848.

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