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Inhaltsangabe: In Smoldering Ashes Charles F. Walker interprets the end of Spanish domination in Peru and that country?s shaky transition to an autonomous republican state. Placing the indigenous population at the center of his analysis, Walker shows how the Indian peasants played a crucial and previously unacknowledged role in the battle against colonialism and in the political clashes of the early republican period. With its focus on Cuzco, the former capital of the Inca Empire, Smoldering Ashes highlights the promises and frustrations of a critical period whose long shadow remains cast on modern Peru.
Peru?s Indian majority and non-Indian elite were both opposed to Spanish rule, and both groups participated in uprisings during the late colonial period. But, at the same time, seething tensions between the two groups were evident, and non-Indians feared a mass uprising. As Walker shows, this internal conflict shaped the many struggles to come, including the Tupac Amaru uprising and other Indian-based rebellions, the long War of Independence, the caudillo civil wars, and the Peru-Bolivian Confederation. Smoldering Ashes not only reinterprets these conflicts but also examines the debates that took place?in the courts, in the press, in taverns, and even during public festivities?over the place of Indians in the republic. In clear and elegant prose, Walker explores why the fate of the indigenous population, despite its participation in decades of anticolonial battles, was little improved by republican rule, as Indians were denied citizenship in the new nation?an unhappy legacy with which Peru still grapples.
Informed by the notion of political culture and grounded in Walker?s archival research and knowledge of Peruvian and Latin American history, Smoldering Ashes will be essential reading for experts in Andean history, as well as scholars and students in the fields of nationalism, peasant and Native American studies, colonialism and postcolonialism, and state formation.


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Charles F. Walker is Associate Professor of History at the University of California, Davis. He is the editor of Entre la retórica y la insurgencia: Las ideas y los movimientos sociales en los Andes, Siglo XVIII.

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Buchbeschreibung Duke University Press, Durham and London, 1999. Hardcover. Buchzustand: Very Good. 1st Edition. First Edition (NAP). I didn't identify this book as being Signed by the author, although I believe it is. The handwriting in the signature is just too scribbly to be sure. But it's actually quite curious. It's on the dedication page. One of the three dedicatees is Maria E. Mendoza Walker. The inscription reads 'For M.E. + Ed, Whose love and appreciation for history are no doubt present in this book. All my love' and then the scribbled name and the date 'April 99'. Is the 'M. E.' Maria E.? Is she related to the author? I've provided a photograph of the inscription. I didn't see another signed book for sale anywhere on the Internet. I've rated the book Very Good. You can see in the photographs how clean the covers are. Also how bright the gilt lettering on the front and spine is. There's very little wear to speak of, a little crease at the top of the spine. The book is square and straight. It's decently bound, but there are tiny, tiny tears at the binding points on the gutter of the illustrated title pages. It's really not much of anything and there is no crack or open space there (I've provided a photo). Also between page 14 and 15 there's a little bit of pull between the upper quarter of the opposed pages. Again, nothing terribly significant but it might matter to somebody. The rest of the pages are tightly bound. I have a sense that the referenced imperfections are likely present in all of the books that were produced. The book here for sale was taken very good care of. The pages are exceptionally clean. I didn't see a spot of soiling. There aren't any creases or dogeared corners. No one has written their name or anything else anywhere in the book. There aren't any markings or attachments. Given my belief that the book is signed, along with the fact that most sellers are charging quite a lot for the uncommon Hardcover my original intention was to price it a good deal higher. Taking into account the aforementioned imperfections I've opted for a modest pricing. Take a look at the photographs. 'In Smoldering Ashes Charles F. Walker interprets the end of Spanish domination in Peru and that country¿s shaky transition to an autonomous republican state. Placing the indigenous population at the center of his analysis, Walker shows how the Indian peasants played a crucial and previously unacknowledged role in the battle against colonialism and in the political clashes of the early republican period. With its focus on Cuzco, the former capital of the Inca Empire, Smoldering Ashes highlights the promises and frustrations of a critical period whose long shadow remains cast on modern Peru. Peru¿s Indian majority and non-Indian elite were both opposed to Spanish rule, and both groups participated in uprisings during the late colonial period. But, at the same time, seething tensions between the two groups were evident, and non-Indians feared a mass uprising. As Walker shows, this internal conflict shaped the many struggles to come, including the Tupac Amaru uprising and other Indian-based rebellions, the long War of Independence, the caudillo civil wars, and the Peru-Bolivian Confederation. Smoldering Ashes not only reinterprets these conflicts but also examines the debates that took place in the courts, in the press, in taverns, and even during public festivities over the place of Indians in the republic. In clear and elegant prose, Walker explores why the fate of the indigenous population, despite its participation in decades of anticolonial battles, was little improved by republican rule, as Indians were denied citizenship in the new nation, an unhappy legacy with which Peru still grapples. Informed by the notion of political culture and grounded in Walker¿s archival research and knowledge of Peruvian and Latin American history, Smoldering Ashes will be essential reading for experts in Andean history, as well as scholars and students in the fields of nationalism, peasant and Native American studies, colonialism and postcolonialism.'. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 001009

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