By Lura Sanborn - Research & Instruction Librarian September 28th, 2010
Guide to Documentary Sources for Andean Studies: 1530-1900 edited by Joanne Pillsbury, U. of Oklahoma with the National Gallery of Art, 2008.
Find it in Ohrstrom at: REF 985 P64G
In three volumes this set intends to “…support research on the Prehispanic, colonial, and republican periods of the Andean region of South America” (xi). Specifically, the work focuses on texts and authors from this area in the 16th-19th century. More than a bibliographic inventory, throughout, the set pairs inventory with essay, to provide historical/social/cultural context and meaning.
Examples include: Visitas, Censuses and other Sources of Population Information; Chronicles of the Andes in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries; Alessandro Malaspina (1754-1810); Indigenous Texts, Charles Robert Darwin (1809-1882).
Helpful for: Incan History, Latin American Studies, Latin American History, Humanities V, Art, Literature, Anthropology