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Michoacn and Eden: Vasco de Quiroga and the Evangelization of Western Mexico
University of Texas Press | 222 pages | 2000 | ISBN: 0292787375 | PDF | 1.5 mb

Don Vasco de Quiroga (1477/8-1565) was the first bishop of Michoacn in Western Mexico. Driven by his profound respect for Spanish jurisprudence and the desire to convert the native Purhpecha-Chichimec peoples to a purified form of Christianity, he sought to establish New World Edens in Michoacn by congregating the people into pueblo-hospital communities, where clerics could more easily teach them the fundamental beliefs of Christianity and the values of Spanish culture. In this broadly synthetic study, Bernardino Verstique explores Vasco de Quiroga's evangelizing project in its full cultural and historical context. He begins by recreating the complex and not wholly incompatible worldviews of the Purhpecha and the Spaniards at the time of their first encounter in 1521. With Quiroga as a focal point, Verstique then traces the uneasy process of assimilation and resistance that occurred on both sides as the Spaniards established political and religious dominance in Michoacn. He describes the syncretisms, or fusions, between Christianity and indigenous beliefs and practices that arose among the Purhpecha and relates these to similar developments in other regions of Mexico. Written especially for students and general readers, this book demonstrates how cultural and geographical environments influence religious experience, while it adds to our understanding of the process of indigenous appropriation of Christian theological concepts in the New World. (archive password:gigle.ws)

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