Acosta, Antonio: Prácticas coloniales de la Iglesia en el Perú. Siglos XVI y XVII
Prácticas coloniales de la Iglesia en el Perú. Siglos XVI y XVII
2014. Perfect Paperback. 426 pages. 21 x 15 cm.
ISBN: 978-84-942792-4-9. Price: 18 €.
In collaboration with IEAL (Instituto de Estudios sobre América Latina de la Universidad de Sevilla).
Presenting Henrique Urbano and compilation of articles and preface of Nicanor Domínguez Faura.
You see the index (Spanish) Ver Índice
The Catholic Church, specifically, the clergy were an essential part of the mechanism of conquest and colonial rule developed by the Spaniards in America. Since the early years and throughout the three centuries of colonial Church conducted the imposition of Catholic religious principles in the indigenous population and various activities at different levels of the colonial economy. The Catholic Church held joint efforts of society as a whole, always serve the interests of the Spanish imperial state. The Church held this plan pivotally with political power and special interests, but sometimes came into conflict with them. This book contains articles Antonio Acosta, Professor of Latin American History (Universidad de Sevilla), written between 1979 and 2001. Aconcagua Libros performs a joint publication now in order to show a more comprehensive view of the colonization of Peru and the role that Church played in this process.