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P. Pearce A. Heggarty


Palgrave Macmillan US


600,55 PLN
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The modern world began with the clash of civilisations between Spaniards and native Americans. Their interplay and struggles ever since are mirrored in the fates of the very languages they spoke. The conquistadors wrought theirs into a new world language: yet the Andes still host the New Worlds greatest linguistic survivor Quechua. Historians and linguists see this through different but complementary perspectives. This book is a meeting of minds long overdue to weave them together. It ranges from Inca collapse to the impacts of colonial rule reform independence and the modernday trends that so threaten native language here with itsIntroduction: History Linguistics and the Andean Past: A MuchNeeded Conversation Adrian J. Pearce and Paul Heggarty Part I: The Colonial Era * Language and Society in Early Colonial Peru Gabriela Ramos A Visit to the Children of Chaupi amca: From Myth to Andean History via Onomastics and Demography Frank Salomon and Sue Grosboll What Was the Lengua General of Colonial Peru? Cęsar Itier Mining the Data on the HuancayoHuancavelica Quechua Frontier Adrian J. Pearce and Paul Heggarty Part II: Reform Independence & The Early Republic The Bourbon Reforms Independence and the Spread of Quechua and Aymara Kenneth J. Andrien Reindigenisation and Native Languages in Perus Long Nineteenth Century (17951940) Adrian J. Pearce Quechua Political Literature in Early Republican Peru (18101876) Alan Durston Part III: Towards Present and Future The Quechua Language in the Andes Today: Between Statistics the State and Daily Life Rosaleen Howard Ya no podemos regresar al quechua: Modernity Identity and Language Choice among Migrants in UrbanAn illuminating set of readings that shines a bright light onto the cultural and social history of language use both spoken and written in the Andes from the Spanish conquest of the Incas through the turbulence of the Colonial era and down to the present day. The book succeeds by liberating the study of languages (primarily Quechua Aymara and Spanish) from the formalism of linguistics and the constraints of academic history. In the process the authors show how the performance and interaction of Native and European languages played a vital creative and transformative role in the formation of the Andean nations. Gary Urton Dumbarton Oaks Professor of PreColumbian Studies Harvard University USA/In bridging history linguistics and anthropology this fine volume breaks new ground. It should now be unthinkable that scholars probe the impact of the Spanish Conquest the legacy of the Incas and the state of the contemporary Andes without considering language. The atomized fields of Andean Studies have finally converged with Quechua at the center. Charles Walker University of California USA/This volume provides a longawaited real dialogue between linguists and historians of the Andes. The collections approach makes it clear that the study of history and the study of language complement e

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