Persistencia de la cosmovisión y la concepción espacial indígenas en imágenes andinas de la religiosidad cristiana: una descripción de tres objetos culturales de los siglos XVII y XVIII en Perú

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Persistencia de la cosmovisión y la concepción espacial indígenas en imágenes andinas de la religiosidad cristiana: una descripción de tres objetos culturales de los siglos XVII y XVIII en Perú

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2013-09

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This dissertation involves an analysis of three Colonial Peruvian texts to argue that the religious images as treated in Guaman Poma de Ayala's Primer nueva corónica y buen gobierno ; Juan de Espinosa Medrano's drama El hijo pródigo; and a well-known painting La Virgen del Cerro, reveal the persistence or presence of an Indian worldview; that the Indigenous signs and Inca's distribution of the space have a continued presence within the Andean-Christian religious vision. This work is anchored in a semiotic analysis of theater and painting; in the perspective of cultural hibridity advanced in the work of García Canclini, Gruzinski and Moraña and in the postcolonial perspective of Mignolo and Quijano.

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University of Minnesota Ph.D. dissertation. September 2013. Major: Hispanic and Luso Literatures, Cultures & Linguistics. Adviser: Nicholas Spadaccini. 1 computer file (PDF); vii, 203 pages + English title page (PDF).

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Pilares, Nelly. (2013). Persistencia de la cosmovisión y la concepción espacial indígenas en imágenes andinas de la religiosidad cristiana: una descripción de tres objetos culturales de los siglos XVII y XVIII en Perú. Retrieved from the University Digital Conservancy, https://hdl.handle.net/11299/159912.

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