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The Resource The people of Quito, 1690-1810 : change and unrest in the underclass, Martin Minchom

The people of Quito, 1690-1810 : change and unrest in the underclass, Martin Minchom

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The people of Quito, 1690-1810 : change and unrest in the underclass
Title
The people of Quito, 1690-1810
Title remainder
change and unrest in the underclass
Statement of responsibility
Martin Minchom
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
This book describes the established pattern of regional studies of colonial Spanish America with a study of the social history of colonial Quito rooted in the experience of its lower strata. It shows what the James Orton described as a colonial history "as lifeless as the history of Sahara"
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Biographical or historical data
Martin Minchom
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Minchom, Martin,
Dewey number
306/.09866/13
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
Series statement
Dellplain Latin American studies
Series volume
no. 32
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  • Quito (Ecuador)
  • Poor
  • People with social disabilities
  • Social conflict
Label
The people of Quito, 1690-1810 : change and unrest in the underclass, Martin Minchom
Instantiates
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 275-294) and index
Contents
  • 1. Introduction -- pt. I. Structures and Continuities. 2. The Organization of Urban Space. The Urban Environment. The Commons, the Corregimiento and Rural Hinterland. 3. The Social Formation of Colonial Quito, 1534-1720. The Socio-racial Matrix, 1534-1600. Quito and the Textile Economy, 1600-1800. Economic Readjustment, 1690-1720. 4. Artisan and Confraternity: The Socio-economic Role of the Church. The Socio-economic Role of the Church. Annual Communion and Religious Compliance. Religious and Artisanal Forms of Association: The Smiths, Barbers, and Weavers -- Conclusion: The Church and Social Hierarchy -- pt. II. The Popular Dimension of Eighteenth-Century Fiscal Reform and Economic Change. 5. The Informal Economy: The Urban Marketplace and the Petty Traders. The Dual Economy: Preliminary Considerations. The Pulperias, the Petty Traders and the Urban Market (Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries). Urban Commercial Activity and Economic Change in the Eighteenth Century
  • 6. Demographic Change and Social Structure. The Sources. Parish Demographics to 1780. Demographic Change After 1780. Urban Decline and Urban-Rural Contrasts. 7. Socio-racial Status and Mobility: The Declarations of Mestizo. Sources and Possibilities of the Declarations of Mestizo. Declarations of Mestizo Sought in Quito and the Audiencia of Quito, 1686-1800. The Language of Race: A Discussion of Socio-racial Terminology. "Vile and Mechanical Offices" "Indians Dressed as Spaniards": The Urban Center as an Agent of Acculturation. A Parallel Life: The Ethnic Background of Eugenio de Santa Cruz y Espejo -- Conclusion: The Indian/White Dichotomy in Ethnic Classification. 8. Religious Riots and Civil Disturbances. Traditions of Popular Protest. The Barrios and Social Order: The Franciscan Disturbances and the Parish of San Roque, 1719-1765. The Impact of the Bourbon Reforms and the 1765 Rebellion. The Political Landscape After 1765: Reaction and Conspiracies. The Quito Revolts of 1809-1810 -- 9. Conclusions
Control code
on1108553535
Extent
1 online resource (xvii, 297 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781000232400
Note
Taylor & Francis
Other physical details
illustrations
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1108553535
Label
The people of Quito, 1690-1810 : change and unrest in the underclass, Martin Minchom
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 275-294) and index
Contents
  • 1. Introduction -- pt. I. Structures and Continuities. 2. The Organization of Urban Space. The Urban Environment. The Commons, the Corregimiento and Rural Hinterland. 3. The Social Formation of Colonial Quito, 1534-1720. The Socio-racial Matrix, 1534-1600. Quito and the Textile Economy, 1600-1800. Economic Readjustment, 1690-1720. 4. Artisan and Confraternity: The Socio-economic Role of the Church. The Socio-economic Role of the Church. Annual Communion and Religious Compliance. Religious and Artisanal Forms of Association: The Smiths, Barbers, and Weavers -- Conclusion: The Church and Social Hierarchy -- pt. II. The Popular Dimension of Eighteenth-Century Fiscal Reform and Economic Change. 5. The Informal Economy: The Urban Marketplace and the Petty Traders. The Dual Economy: Preliminary Considerations. The Pulperias, the Petty Traders and the Urban Market (Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries). Urban Commercial Activity and Economic Change in the Eighteenth Century
  • 6. Demographic Change and Social Structure. The Sources. Parish Demographics to 1780. Demographic Change After 1780. Urban Decline and Urban-Rural Contrasts. 7. Socio-racial Status and Mobility: The Declarations of Mestizo. Sources and Possibilities of the Declarations of Mestizo. Declarations of Mestizo Sought in Quito and the Audiencia of Quito, 1686-1800. The Language of Race: A Discussion of Socio-racial Terminology. "Vile and Mechanical Offices" "Indians Dressed as Spaniards": The Urban Center as an Agent of Acculturation. A Parallel Life: The Ethnic Background of Eugenio de Santa Cruz y Espejo -- Conclusion: The Indian/White Dichotomy in Ethnic Classification. 8. Religious Riots and Civil Disturbances. Traditions of Popular Protest. The Barrios and Social Order: The Franciscan Disturbances and the Parish of San Roque, 1719-1765. The Impact of the Bourbon Reforms and the 1765 Rebellion. The Political Landscape After 1765: Reaction and Conspiracies. The Quito Revolts of 1809-1810 -- 9. Conclusions
Control code
on1108553535
Extent
1 online resource (xvii, 297 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781000232400
Note
Taylor & Francis
Other physical details
illustrations
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1108553535

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