26 Pedro de Peralta Barnuevo Rocha y Benavides, Lima fundada o Conquista del Peru ́ , poema heroico en que se decanta toda la historia del descubrimiento y sujecion de sus provincias, por D. Francisco Pizarro, Marque ́s de los Atabillos ...
Author: Ruth Hill
Publisher: Liverpool University Press
Category: Literary Criticism
Sceptres and Sciences argues convincingly that previous research on the Hispanic Late Baroque has underweighted the ideologies of ethnicity and empire embedded in Cartesianism and French neoclassicism.
Consulted at the JCBL. Peralta Barnuevo, Pedro de. Lima Fundada. O Conquista del Peru. Poema Heroico en que se deccanta toda la Historia ... de sus Provincias . . . [por] El Doctor D. Pedro de Peralta Barnuevo Rocha y Benavides .
Author: A. Osorio
This study examines certain key elements of the "making" or "inventing" of Lima as Peru's viceregal capital. Through analysis of seventeenth-century ceremonies of state and local religious rituals, this book asserts that colonial Lima was culturally diverse and its rich population more integrated than historiography would suggest.
Pedro de Peralta Barnuevo, Lima fundada, o, conquista del Peru (Lima, 1732). In a letter dated April 19, 1733, Peralta requested a royal subvention for three thousand reals annually for a six-year period to complete the remaining three ...
Author: Ralph Bauer
Publisher: UNC Press Books
Creolization describes the cultural adaptations that occur when a community moves to a new geographic setting. Exploring the consciousness of peoples defined as "creoles" who moved from the Old World to the New World, this collection of eighteen original essays investigates the creolization of literary forms and genres in the Americas between the sixteenth and nineteenth centuries. Creole Subjects in the Colonial Americas facilitates a cross-disciplinary, intrahemispheric, and Atlantic comparison of early settlers' colonialism and creole elites' relation to both indigenous peoples and imperial regimes. Contributors explore literatures written in Spanish, Portuguese, and English to identify creole responses to such concepts as communal identity, local patriotism, nationalism, and literary expression. The essays take the reader from the first debates about cultural differences that underpinned European ideologies of conquest to the transposition of European literary tastes into New World cultural contexts, and from the natural science discourse concerning creolization to the literary manifestations of creole patriotism. The volume includes an addendum of etymological terms and critical bibliographic commentary. Contributors: Ralph Bauer, University of Maryland Raquel Chang-Rodriguez, City University of New York Lucia Helena Costigan, Ohio State University Jim Egan, Brown University Sandra M. Gustafson, University of Notre Dame Carlos Jauregui, Vanderbilt University Yolanda Martinez-San Miguel, University of Pennsylvania Jose Antonio Mazzotti, Tufts University Stephanie Merrim, Brown University Susan Scott Parrish, University of Michigan Luis Fernando Restrepo, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville Jeffrey H. Richards, Old Dominion University Kathleen Ross, New York University David S. Shields, University of South Carolina Teresa A. Toulouse, Tulane University Lisa Voigt, University of Chicago Jerry M. Williams, West Chester University
2 See my Historia de España vindicada by Pedro Peralta Barnuevo ( Newark , DE : Juan de la Cuesta Hispanic Monographs , 2003 ) ; Peralta Barnuevo and the Art of Propaganda : Politics , Poetry , and Religion in Eighteenth - Century Lima ...
Category: Literary Criticism
How Far is America From Here? approaches American nations and cultures from a comparative and interdisciplinary perspective. It is very much at the heart of this comparative agenda that “America” be considered as a hemispheric and global matter. It discusses American identities relationally, whether the relations under discussion operate within the borders of the United States, throughout the Americas, and/or worldwide. The various articles here gathered interrogate the very notion of “America”: which, whose America, when, why now, how? What is meant by “far”—distance, discursive formations, ideals and ideologies, foundational narratives, political conformities, aberrations, inconsistencies? Where is here—positionality, geographies, spatial compressions, hegemonic and subaltern loci, disciplinary formations, reflexes and reflexivities? These questions are addressed with regard to the multiple Americas within the USA and the bi-continental western hemisphere, as part of and beyond inter-American cultural relations, ethnicities across the national and cultural plurality of America, mutual constructions of North and South, borderlands, issues of migration and diaspora. The larger contexts of globalization and America’s role within this process are also discussed, alongside issues of geographical exploration, capital expansion, integration, transculturalism, transnationalism and global flows, pre-Columbian and contemporary Native American cultures, the Atlantic slave trade, the environmental crisis, U.S. literature in relation to Canadian or Latin American literature, religious conflict both within the Americas and between the Americas and the rest of the world, with such issues as American Zionism, American exceptionalism, and the discourse of/on terror and terrorism.
Author: Edward Jones CorrederaPublish On: 2021-08-30
151 David F. Slade and Jerry M. Williams eds., Lima Fundada by Pedro De Peralta Barnuevo: A Critical Edition (Chapel Hill, NC: University of North Carolina Press, 2016); Jerry M. Williams, Peralta Barnuevo and the discourse of loyalty: ...
Author: Edward Jones Corredera
Eighteenth-century Spain drew on the Enlightenment to reconfigure its role in the European balance of power. As its force and its weight declined, Spanish thinkers discouraged war and zealotry and pursued peace and cooperation to reconfigure the international Spanish Empire.
Author: Roberto Gonzalez EchevarríaPublish On: 1996-09-13
Pedro de Peralta Barnuevo ( Peru , 1663–1743 ) , not only draws self - consciously on the same episode in the Aeneid to ... verses of his Lima fundada o Conquista del Perú ( Lima , 1732 ; see Peralta Barnuevo , Lima fundada , [ 1863 ] ...
Author: Roberto Gonzalez Echevarría
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Category: Literary Criticism
"Primary and vital resource for literary specialists, historians, students of all levels, and general readers interested in this period. Leading scholars write about diverse genres (narrative, essay, poetry, theater) and cultural interests and ideas (intellectual life, historiography, Viceregal culture, Mesoamerican indigenous peoples and cultures). Literature articles include analysis and discussion of canonic and previously marginalized authors and treat representative works, genres, and literary and philosophical currents. Extremely useful, well written, and interesting"--Handbook of Latin American Studies, v. 58.
... them the Creole polymath and rector of Lima's University of San Marcos (founded 1551), Pedro de Peralta Barnuevo. If Inca Garcilaso de la Vega was the mestizo Herodotus of Peru who surpassed the Greek father of history and lies by ...
Author: Catherine Davies
Publisher: Liverpool University Press
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
The focus of this book is two-fold. First it traces the expansive geographical spread of the language commonly referred to as Spanish. This has given rise to multiple hybrid formations over time emerging in the clash of multiple cultures, languages and religions within and between great empires (Roman, Islamic, Hispano-Catholic), each with expansionist policies leading to wars, huge territorial gains and population movements. This long history makes Hispanophone culture itself a supranational, trans-imperial one long before we witness its various national cultures being refashioned as a result of the transnational processes associated with globalization today. Indeed, the Spanish language we recognise today was ‘transnational’ long before it was ever the foundation of a single nation state. Secondly, it approaches the more recent post-national, translingual and inter-subjective ‘border-crossings’ that characterise the global world today with an eye to their unfolding within this long trans-imperial history of the Hispanophone world. In doing so, it maps out some of the contemporary post-colonial, decolonial and trans-Atlantic inflections of this trans-imperial history as manifest in literature, cinema, music and digital cultures. Contributors: Christopher J. Pountain, L.P. Harvey, James T. Monroe, Rosaleen Howard, Mark Thurner, Alexander Samson, Andrew Ginger, Samuel Llano, Philip Swanson, Claire Taylor, Emily Baker, Elzbieta Slodowska, Francisco-J. Hernández Adrián, Henriette Partzsch, Helen Melling, Conrad James and Benjamin Quarshie.
PERALTA BARNUEVO ROCHA Y BENAVIDES ( Pedro de ) . Fvnebre Pompa , demonstracion ... Lima : Ignacio de Luna . 1723 . 4to , ( 85 ) leaves . 60851 PERALTA . Lima Fundada . O Conquista del Peru . Poema Heroico en que se decanta toda la ...
Pedro de Peralta Barnuevo, Lima fundada o conquista del Perú, 2 vols.(Lima: Francisco Sobrino, 1732). suggested Further reading Avalle Arce, Juan Bautista. La épica colonial: Anejos de rilcE 35. Pamplona: Ediciones de la Universidad de ...
Author: Evonne Levy
Publisher: University of Texas Press
Over the course of some two centuries following the conquests and consolidations of Spanish rule in the Americas during the late fifteenth and early sixteenth centuries—the period designated as the Baroque—new cultural forms sprang from the cross-fertilization of Spanish, Amerindian, and African traditions. This dynamism of motion, relocation, and mutation changed things not only in Spanish America, but also in Spain, creating a transatlantic Hispanic world with new understandings of personhood, place, foodstuffs, music, animals, ownership, money and objects of value, beauty, human nature, divinity and the sacred, cultural proclivities—a whole lexikon of things in motion, variation, and relation to one another. Featuring the most creative thinking by the foremost scholars across a number of disciplines, the Lexikon of the Hispanic Baroque is a uniquely wide-ranging and sustained exploration of the profound cultural transfers and transformations that define the transatlantic Spanish world in the Baroque era. Pairs of authors—one treating the peninsular Spanish kingdoms, the other those of the Americas—provocatively investigate over forty key concepts, ranging from material objects to metaphysical notions. Illuminating difference as much as complementarity, departure as much as continuity, the book captures a dynamic universe of meanings in the various midst of its own re-creations. The Lexikon of the Hispanic Baroque joins leading work in a number of intersecting fields and will fire new research—it is the indispensible starting point for all serious scholars of the early modern Spanish world.
It is founded principally on the prose History of the Inca Garcilasso , but is rarely so interesting as the gossip ... 17 " Lima Fundada , Poem Heróico de Don Pedro de Peralta Barnuevo , " Lima , 1732 , 4to , about 700 pages ; but so ...