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DEVOCIONES DE INMIGRANTES: INDíGENAS ANDINOS Y PLURIETNICIDAD URBANA EN LA CONFORMACIóN DE COFRADíAS COLONIALES (SANTIAGO DE CHILE, SIGLO XVII)
Valenzuela Márquez,Jaime;
Historia (Santiago) , 2010, DOI: 10.4067/S0717-71942010000100006
Abstract: in the origins of colonial chile it is possible to find numerous andean indians who worked for spaniards, settled and were integrated in labor and social spaces of this peripheral ?new world?. they established local nets and relationships, and had descendants. many became craftmen and some left wills or traces on ecclesiastic and notarial documents that allow us to observe their participation in brotherhoods created in chile?s capital. these corporations had a religious aim, but worked as privileged channels for the insertion and mobility of diverse people. under this premise, this article analyzes the main brotherhoods in which these immigrants participated, linking religious practices with their social nets and working spaces. the brotherhoods studied reveal themselves as instances that represent the diversity of geographic and ethnic origins of its members, as well as the multiple points of reference for their identities, that circulated and interacted in a colonial urban space such as santiago of chile.
LOS FRANCISCANOS DE CHILLáN Y LA INDEPENDENCIA: AVATARES DE UNA COMUNIDAD MONARQUISTA
VALENZUELA MáRQUEZ,JAIME;
Historia (Santiago) , 2005, DOI: 10.4067/S0717-71942005000100006
Abstract: as of 1808, the dizzying changes that take place in spain and, then, in chile, will bring deep ideological ruptures and definition of loyalties, in the middle of a spiral of verbal and physical violence that will pit monarchits against patriots. the church and religión are intimately committed to these "vicissitudes", with factions that will support one group or the other, and in a context where king and country are tainted with sacred or devilish connotations, depending on the ecclesiastic group that invokes them. the franciscan friars of "el colegio de propaganda fide" in chillán keep a steely monarchic position, sustained by the various actions, speeches and attitudes that are analysed in this article. the patriots' victories of chacabuco and maipú do not intimidate this feeling and, even though part of the missionaries flees to lima, others move south the biobío river, going into hiding or overtly supporting the royalist guerrillas. the consolidation of the republic, nevertheless, is inevitable, and the franciscan "godos" (royalists) of chillán have to suffer the dramatic "vicissitude" of adapting to the new political and ecclesiastic reality of the country
Entre campanas y ca ones: Perspectivas sobre la sonoridad política en el Santiago borbónico
Jaime Valenzuela Márquez
HIb Revista de Historia Iberoamericana , 2010,
Abstract: This article attempts to approach the sounds linked to power in colonial Santiago, Chile originating from a hypothesis that proposes a transition from the hegemonic ecclesiastical bell to the preponderance of military armament. A transition that is observed to be in direct connection with the process that was developing at a local and imperial level in relation with the military participation in administrative matters and in public spaces.
LOS FRANCISCANOS DE CHILLáN Y LA INDEPENDENCIA: AVATARES DE UNA COMUNIDAD MONARQUISTA
JAIME VALENZUELA MáRQUEZ
Historia (Santiago) , 2005,
Abstract: A partir de 1808, los cambios vertiginosos que ocurren en Espa a y, luego, en Chile, traerán profundos quiebres ideológicos y definición de lealtades, en medio de una espiral de violencia verbal y física que enfrentará a monarquistas y patriotas. La Iglesia y la religión estarán íntimamente comprometidas en estos "avatares"1, con sectores que apoyarán a uno u otro bando, y en un contexto donde el rey y la patria asumen connotaciones sagradas o infernales, dependiendo del grupo eclesiástico que los evoque. Los franciscanos del Colegio de Propaganda Fide de Chillán mantuvieron una férrea posición monarquista, manifestada en las variadas acciones, discursos y actitudes que son analizados en este artículo. Los triunfos patriotas de Chacabuco y Maipú no amilanaron este sentimiento y, si bien una parte de los misioneros huyó a Lima, otros pasaron al sur del río Biobío, manteniéndose en la clandestinidad o apoyando abiertamente a las guerrillas realistas. La consolidación de la República, no obstante, fue inevitable, y los franciscanos godos de Chillán tuvieron que sufrir el dramático "avatar" de acomodarse a la nueva realidad política y eclesiástica del país As of 1808, the dizzying changes that take place in Spain and, then, in Chile, will bring deep ideological ruptures and definition of loyalties, in the middle of a spiral of verbal and physical violence that will pit monarchits against patriots. The Church and religión are intimately committed to these "vicissitudes", with factions that will support one group or the other, and in a context where king and country are tainted with sacred or devilish connotations, depending on the ecclesiastic group that invokes them. The Franciscan friars of "El Colegio de Propaganda Fide" in Chillán keep a steely monarchic position, sustained by the various actions, speeches and attitudes that are analysed in this article. The patriots' victories of Chacabuco and Maipú do not intimidate this feeling and, even though part of the missionaries flees to Lima, others move south the Biobío river, going into hiding or overtly supporting the royalist guerrillas. The consolidation of the Republic, nevertheless, is inevitable, and the franciscan "godos" (royalists) of Chillán have to suffer the dramatic "vicissitude" of adapting to the new political and ecclesiastic reality of the country
BERNARD LAVALLé, Francisco Pizarro. Biografía de una conquista
JAIME VALENZUELA MáRQUEZ
Historia (Santiago) , 2007,
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EMMA DE RAMóN, Obra y fe. La catedral de Santiago, 1541-1769
JAIME VALENZUELA MáRQUEZ
Historia (Santiago) , 2003,
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DEVOCIONES DE INMIGRANTES: INDíGENAS ANDINOS Y PLURIETNICIDAD URBANA EN LA CONFORMACIóN DE COFRADíAS COLONIALES (SANTIAGO DE CHILE, SIGLO XVII)
Jaime Valenzuela Márquez
Historia (Santiago) , 2010,
Abstract: En los orígenes de Chile colonial nos encontramos con numerosos indígenas andinos que sirvieron a los espa oles, se asentaron y se integraron en los espacios laborales y sociales de este “nuevo mundo” periférico; formaron redes y parentescos locales, tuvieron descendencia, varios se transformaron en artesanos y algunos dictaron testamentos o dejaron huellas en documentos eclesiásticos y notariales que nos permiten observar su participación en las cofradías de la capital chilena. Estas corporaciones, por su parte, si bien remiten a una finalidad eminentemente religiosa, también actúan como un canal privilegiado para la inserción y movilidad de población diversa. Bajo esta perspectiva, nuestro artículo analiza las principales cofradías en las cuales participaron estos inmigrantes, vinculando prácticas religiosas, redes sociales y espacios laborales. Las cofradías estudiadas se revelan, entonces, como instancias representativas de la diversidad de orígenes geográficos y étnicos de sus integrantes, así como de la pluralidad de referentes identitarios que circulaban e interactuaban en un escenario urbano colonial como Santiago de Chile. In the origins of colonial Chile it is possible to find numerous Andean Indians who worked for Spaniards, settled and were integrated in labor and social spaces of this peripheral “new world”. They established local nets and relationships, and had descendants. Many became craftmen and some left wills or traces on ecclesiastic and notarial documents that allow us to observe their participation in brotherhoods created in Chile’s capital. These corporations had a religious aim, but worked as privileged channels for the insertion and mobility of diverse people. Under this premise, this article analyzes the main brotherhoods in which these immigrants participated, linking religious practices with their social nets and working spaces. The brotherhoods studied reveal themselves as instances that represent the diversity of geographic and ethnic origins of its members, as well as the multiple points of reference for their identities, that circulated and interacted in a colonial urban space such as Santiago of Chile.
MARGARITA GASCóN, Periferias imperiales y fronteras coloniales en Hispanoamérica
JAIME VALENZUELA MáRQUEZ
Historia (Santiago) , 2012,
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CARLOS PARDO-FIGUEROA THAYS y JOSEPH DAGER ALVA (eds.), El virrey Amat y su tiempo
JAIME VALENZUELA MáRQUEZ
Historia (Santiago) , 2005,
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Indígenas andinos en Chile Colonial: Inmigración, inserción espacial, integración económica y movilidad social (Santiago, Siglos XVI-XVII)
Valenzuela Márquez, Jaime
Revista de Indias , 2010,
Abstract: Beginning with the 16th century conquering expeditions, many Andean natives who served the Spaniards arrived in Chile, where they settled in and integrated in the work and social areas of this outlying New World ; they formed local networks and relationships, had offspring; a number of them became artisans and some drafted wills or left their mark in ecclesiastical or notarized documents that provide us with an idea of their mobility and local integration. This work offers a background and reveals the principle hubs of a process resembling a medullar structure, in order to understand how the early Chilean colonial society was made up. At the same time, it provides insights into the phenomena of movement, uprooting and settlement of the indigenous population in the southern Peruvian viceroyalty. Desde las expediciones de conquista del siglo XVI llegaron a Chile numerosos indígenas andinos que sirvieron a los espa oles, se asentaron y se integraron en los espacios laborales y sociales de este nuevo mundo periférico; formaron redes y parentescos locales, tuvieron descendencia, varios se transformaron en artesanos y algunos dictaron testamentos o dejaron huellas en documentos eclesiásticos y notariales que nos permiten observar su movilidad e inserción local. Este trabajo aporta antecedentes y desvela los principales ejes de un proceso que aparece como medular para entender la formación de la sociedad colonial chilena temprana y, a la vez, para dar cuenta de fenómenos de circulación, desarraigo y asentamiento de población indígena en el virreinato peruano meridional.
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