author={An{\'i}bal Quijano},
  journal={Cultural Studies},
  pages={168 - 178}
  • A. Quijano
  • Published 1 March 2007
  • Political Science, History
  • Cultural Studies
With the conquest of the societies and the cultures which inhabit what today is called Latin America, began the constitution of a new world order, culminating, five hundred years later, in a global power covering the whole planet. This process implied a violent concentration of the world’s resources under the control and for the benefit of a small European minority and above all, of its ruling classes. Although occasionally moderated when faced with the revolt of the dominated, this process has… 
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