Peninsula de Yucatán: causas y manifestaciones del difícil establecimiento de un orden étnico colonial en la región, 1528- 1824

  • Miguel David Baraona Cockerell
Palabras clave: etnicidad, conlonización, conflicto RTQ, demografía, epidemias, epidemics

Resumen

En este trabajo se parte del contraste entre los procesos de conquista y colonización de las tierras bajas mayas y la civilización compleja del centro de México. Así, se sostiene que las características de los sistemas agroecológicos mayas requerían de prácticas sociales y formas de movilidad territorial, que se estrellaban con los esquemas de dominación colonial, El estudio analiza las relaciones entre sociedad maya, sistemas agroproductivos, demografía, epidemias y relaciones interétnicas,

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2010-01-01
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Baraona Cockerell, Miguel. 2010. «Peninsula De Yucatán: Causas Y Manifestaciones Del Difícil Establecimiento De Un Orden étnico Colonial En La Región, 1528- 182»4. Revista De Historia, n.º 61-62 (enero), 37-74. https://www.revistas.una.ac.cr/index.php/historia/article/view/5191.
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