By Gonzalo Lamana
Lamana’s redefinition of the order of items finds that, opposite to the conquerors’ bills, what the Spanairds completed used to be a “domination with no dominance.” This end undermines universal principles of Spanish (and Western) superiority. It exhibits that casting order as a derivative of army motion rests on a pervasive fallacy: the interpretation of army superiority into cultural superiority. In consistent discussion with severe pondering from diverse disciplines and traditions, Lamana illuminates how this new interpretation of the conquest of the Incas revises present understandings of Western colonialism and the emergence of still-current worldwide configurations.
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Domination without Dominance: Inca-Spanish Encounters in Early Colonial Peru (Latin America Otherwise) by Gonzalo Lamana