Reproduction and translation of the Hispanic judicial culture in the indigenous worldview. Gobernación de Chile, 17th and 18th century

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Abstract

Abstract The process of conquest and Spanish colonization in America imported the monarchist attempt to impose a single identity to the indigenous, including the justice system. For that purpose, the Crown began a process of imposing forms of resolving disputes between parties, which meant the alteration of one of the cultural categories of the indigenous. However, once indigenous acculturated Hispanic justice system, they were able to integrate it into their mental categories, re-create it and manipulate it to their own interests.
Translated title of the contributionReproduction and translation of the Hispanic judicial culture in the indigenous worldview. Gobernación de Chile, 17th and 18th century
Original languageSpanish
Pages (from-to)8-26
JournalEstudios de historia novohispana
Issue number57
DOIs
StatePublished - 13 Sep 2018

Keywords

  • History
  • Justice
  • Indigenous
  • Rural areas
  • Judicial actions
  • Translation

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