The Impact Of Spanish Civilization In South America
My primary sources have evidence of transculturation models over the Indies including the Spanish hegemony and effect on this indigenous population.
Americans and Europeans cultures transformed and created New cultures that were neither indigenous nor European. In this paper we will be exploring the indigenous and European interactions in south America after the encounter during the mature colonial period.
The Principal colonization location in South America was in the high Andes. …show more content…
When Nuñes was captured he was only twenty-two years old he was captured by the Mapuches and held captive for seven months. In the year 1673 he wrote a book an Entitled it happy captivity, a book not published until the year 1863.His closest companions among the Terupillan sons were two, about ten to twelve-year-old. Terupillan had asked him to teach his sons Christian prayers and so he did. After a few nights he asked if they understood what they were saying and they responded no, Francisco was wondering why he should teach them more prayers if they didn’t understand them, Terupillan children specified “We want to know them anyway, because we are told that they are the words of …show more content…
That was the case of the Mapuches of southern Chile, who battled Spanish conquerors. In conclusion indigenous Americans and the Europeans had a huge impact in each other’s ways and cultures. Due to Transculturation the reader can appreciate and illustrate the impact of the Spanish culture over the Indians and the notion of obedezco pero no cumplio plus its effects over the Spanish hegemony in the Indies.
1)GARCILASO DE LA VEGA,” ROYAL COMENTARIES OF THE INCAS”in J.C. Chasteen, Born in Blood and Fire: Latin American voices(New York:Norton,2011),27
2) FELIPE GUAMAN POMA DE AYALA,” THE FIRST NEW CHRONICLE” in J.C Chasteen, , Born in Blood and Fire: Latin American voices(New York:Norton,2011),36
3)HUAYNA CAPAC” LAST TESTAMENT AND DEATH OF HUAYNA CAPAC AND HIS PREDICTION CONCERNING THE COMPANY OF SPANIARDS. “” in J.C Chasteen, , Born in Blood and Fire: Latin American voices(New York:Norton,2011),29
4)Garcilaso de la Vega “ THINGS THAT DID NOT EXIST IN PERU UNTIL THE SPANISH BROUGHT THEM” in J.C Chasteen, , Born in Blood and Fire: Latin American voices(New York:Norton,2011),32
5) FRANCISCO NUÑEZ DE PINEDA Y BASCUÑAN “HAPPY CAPTIVITY” ” in J.C Chasteen, , Born in Blood and Fire: Latin American voices(New