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Introduction 1. The human landscape 2. The sons of Pariacaca 3. Tribes become peasants 4. The age of the conquerors 5. The colonial system 6. The shrinking web 7. The cutting edge 8. Belief and resistance 9. The challenge to colonialism Conclusion Notes Bibliography Index.
Karen Spalding is Associate Professor of History at the University of Delaware.
"It is difficult to convey the wealth of information and ideas in this remarkable book. It is - and may remain for a long time - the best work in any language on the process of change in Andean society under Inca and Spanish rule." - Hispanic American Historical Review "A study of such high quality, realized on so many levels, is indeed a rarity today." - Latin America in Books