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Bibliography

Books to Buy

  • Acosta, José de, Natural and Moral History of the Indies, trans. Frances López-Morillas, Duke University Press (Durham, 2002).

Background Reading

 
Useful general histories of colonial Latin America include:

  • Burkholder, Mark, and Lyman Johnson, Colonial Latin America, Oxford University Press (Oxford, 1990)
  • Elliott, John, ‘The Spanish Conquest’ and ‘Spain and America Before 1700’, in Colonial Spanish America, ed. Leslie Bethell, Cambridge University Press (Cambridge, 1987).
  • Gibson, Charles, Spain in America, Harper & Row (New York, 1966).
  • Lockhart, James, and Stuart Schwartz, Early Latin America: A History of Colonial Spanish America and Brazil, Cambridge University Press (Cambridge, 1983).
  • Mills, Kenneth and William Taylor, Colonial Spanish America: A Documentary History, SR Books (Wilmington, 1998).

For a good introduction to the history of science consider:

  • Dear, Peter, Revolutionizing the Sciences: European Knowledge and Its Ambitions, 1500-1700 (Basinstoke: Palgrave, 2001),

Other Reading

  • Abulafia, David, The Discovery of Mankind. Atlantic Encounters in the Age of Columbus, Yale University Press (New Haven, 2008).
  • Abu-Lughod, Janet L., Before European Hegemony: The World System A.D. 1250-1350 (New York, 1989).
  • Acosta, José de, Natural and Moral History of the Indies, trans. Frances López-Morillas, Duke University Press (Durham, 2002).
  • Adorno, Rolena, ‘The Genesis of Felipe Poma de Ayala’s Nueva corónica y buen gobierno’, Colonial Latin American Review, 1993 2(1-2): 53-92.
  • Adorno, Rolena, Guaman Poma and his illustrated chronicle from colonial Peru : from a century of scholarship to a new era of reading (Copenhagen, 2001), http://www.kb.dk/elib/mss/poma/
  • Adorno, Rolena, Guaman Poma: Writing and Resistance in Colonial Peru, University of Texas Press (Austin, 1986).
  • Álvarez Moreno, Raúl, ‘El admirarse como forma de enfrentar la nueva realidad americana’, Anuario de Estudios Americanos LXI, 2 (2004).
  • Anderson, Arthur J.O., Beyond the codices : the Nahua view of colonial Mexico, University of California Press (Berkeley, 1976).
  • Anthony Padgen, ed., Facing Each Other: The World’s Perception of Europe and Europe’s Perception of the World, 2 vols, Ashgate (Aldershot, 2000).
  • Apocalypto, dir. Mel Gibson, 2006.
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  • Aristotle, Physics and On the Heavens, in Malcolm Oster, Science in Europe, 1500-1800: A Primary Source Reader, Palgrave (Basingstoke, 2002), pp. 8-15.
  • Arrizabalaga, Jon, Roger French and John Henderson, The Great Pox: The French Pox in Renaissance Europe, Yale University Press (New Haven, 1997).
  • Auguries of Nature, Selections from two Medieval Bestiaries, in Robert M. Torrance, ed., Encompassing Nature: A Sourcebook, Counterpoint (Washington D.C., 1998), pp. 579-584.
  • Axtell, James, ‘Columbian Encounters, 1992-1995,’ William and Mary Quarterly 3rd Ser., 52, no. 4 (1995): 649-96.
  • Axtell, James, Beyond 1492: Encounters in Colonial North America, Oxford University Press (Oxford, 1992)
  • Axtell, James, Natives and Newcomers: The Cultural Origins of North America, Oxford University Press (Oxford, 2001).
  • Bacon, Francis, Novum Organum (The New Organon; or, True Directions Concerning the Interpretation of Nature), trans. James Spedding, in Robert M. Torrance, Encompassing Nature: A Sourcebook, Counterpoint (Washington D.C., 1998), 878-885.
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