América Latina. La construcción del orden, Tomo 2 by Waldo Ansaldi

By Waldo Ansaldi

Este libro analiza los procesos históricos desde una perspectiva política, indaga el pasado desde los imperativos del presente, de cara al futuro, y pretende contribuir a los angeles recuperación de l. a. práctica política por parte de las mujeres y los hombres explotados y dominados. Recuperar l. a. política –confiscada por el neoliberalismo, es asumirla como voluntad organizada de una comunidad, orientada a l. a. conservación o transformación de los angeles sociedad, es decir, como ámbito de libertad por excelencia, desde el cual decidimos seguir viviendo como lo hacemos o luchar por cambiar las condiciones en las cuales existimos. En ese sentido, l. a. política es un componente primary de todo proyecto emancipador. Y hoy, una estrategia genuinamente emancipadora debería perseguir los angeles abolición de cualquier clase de dominación de unos hombres y mujeres sobre otros hombres y mujeres. América Latina. l. a. construcción del orden, integrado por dos volúmenes, constituye una obra polifónica porque los autores están convencidos de que los angeles pluralidad de voces –de distintas vertientes teóricas, puede ofrecer, sin ortodoxia alguna, una mayor capacidad explicativa de un largo, tortuoso y conflictivo proceso sociohistórico. l. a. historia que construyen hoy las sociedades latinoamericanas requiere un avance y profundización en su conocimiento desde los angeles pluralidad, necesaria para afirmar el camino de los angeles integración, en specific l. a. de los pueblos. En este sentido, el objetivo de esta obra es que, al concluir su lectura, los lectores sepan más sobre América Latina y, sobre todo, quieran saber más y pensar América Latina, buscando las claves necesarias para analizar l. a. realidad pasada y presente, con vistas al futuro.

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The Cazonci established a close relationship with Hernán Cortés soon after the successful Spanish military occupation of Tenochtitlán. 31 It is difficult to state precisely when and where Spanish settlers tried to establish their presence in Michoacán, although a preliminary survey of the region was taken by Antonio de Caraval, who most probably arrived in 28. , 1988). 29. Martínez, “Los inicios,” in Florescano, Historia general de Michoacán, 2:16–30; Ross Hassig, Mexico and the Spanish Conquest (London, 1994), 33–34; Warren, Conquest of Michoacán, 29; López Sarrelangue, La nobleza indígena de Pátzcuaro, 51.

86 However, their tortures were more intense, and in the case of the latter two involved a different and even more brutal torture, apparently because they steadfastly denied all Spanish charges. 87 Gonzalo Xuárez and Acanysante never confessed, although in the midst of his tortures Gonzalo Xuárez blamed the Cazonci and Cuinierángari for killing the Spaniards. 88 Guzmán concluded his investigation by interviewing two more Indian witnesses who were not tortured, possibly because they readily confirmed that the Cazonci had ordered Christians killed and was planning an ambush, or perhaps because it had been a long day for the Spaniards and they weren’t important enough to humiliate.

67. Nuño de Guzmán, Memoria de los servicios que habia hecho Nuño de Guzmán, desde que fue nombrado gobernador de Panuco en 1525, edited and annotated by Manuel Carrera Stampa (Mexico City, 1955), 63–64. 68. On gender and conquest, see Louis Montrose, “The Work of Gender in the Discourse of Discovery,” Representations 33 (Winter 1991): 1–41. On gender, political culture, and violence, see Stern, Secret History of Gender, esp. 151–88. THE POLITICS OF CONQUEST 28 The section of the trial record attributed to Nuño de Guzmán does not contain a standardized list of questions, although the interrogation of witnesses followed a set pattern.

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