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Women and the Great Rebellion in Peru, 1780-1783 *
“Who will find a strong woman? She is worth more than pearls.” Proverbs 31: 10 “The wife of the Cacique of Tinta manifests a supermasculine will.” Archivo General de las Indias: Audiencia de LimaExpand
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The Army of Peru and the Túpac Amaru Revolt, 1780-1783
DUJRING the wars for Spanish American independence, the Viceroyalty of Peru was considered a bulwark of royalism because of the presence there of an army which had been greatly strengthened byExpand
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Church and State in Colonial Peru: The Bishop of Cuzco and the Túpac Amaru Rebellion of 1780
With the end of the Tupac Amaru rebellion in Peru in 1783, representatives of the Spanish crown began to investigate closely the activities of many prominent Creoles, or American-born whites, whomExpand
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Film as a Revolutionary Weapon: A Jorge Sanjines Retrospective.
IN A RECENT interview in the film journal, Cindaste, the noted Bolivian filmmaker Jorge Sanjines expressed the belief widespread among radical film producers that the time for telling stories on theExpand