Transcript
  • 00:01    |    
    Initial credits
  • 00:25    |    
    Introduction
  • 01:16    |    
    Political map of the Spanish Empire
  • 01:51    |    
    Cities and towns of colonial America
    • Political structure of towns
    • Spanish inheritance
    • Purpose of creating towns
    • Mexican cities
    • Early towns
    • Santo Domingo
    • Characteristics of colonial urban centers
    • San Juan, Puerto Rico
    • Havana
    • Cholula
    • Indigenous city of Tenochtitlan
    • Mexico City, n Plaza Mayor
    • Plan of Mexico City
    • Panama City
    • Cartagena de Indias
    • Quito
    • Sucre
    • Lima
    • Santiago
  • 21:40    |    
    Ordinances regulating colonial urbanization
    • Increasing numbers of towns
    • Indigenous towns n : reducciones
      • Purpose of n reducciones
      • Plan of a n reducción
      • Teutenango
      • Paraca n reducción
  • 33:11    |    
    The utopian ideal of cities
    • Lima
    • Imperial Villa de Potosí
    • Cuzco
    • Lima's town square
    • Entrance of Viceroy Morcillo into Potosí
    • Views of Mexico City
      • Harmonious communities
      • Basilica of Our Lady of Guadalupe
      • Plaza Mayor
  • 42:59    |    
    Negative views of colonial cities
    • Lack of social harmony
    • Uprising in La Paz
  • 46:18    |    
    Question and answer period
    • How did the Spanish assign building lots?
    • Can we see the Guatemalan photos?
      • Foundational plans
      • Santiago de los Caballeros
      • Construction of the cathedral
      • Social hierarchies and n castapaintings
      • Foundation of Guatemala City
    • Comment on Jefferson's urbanism
    • How did the town vary in Spanish, British, and Portuguese colonies?
    • Did indigenous people participate in the creation of new towns?
  • 01:07:06    |    
    Final credits


Perspectives on the Colonial City: Power, Politics and People

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Perspectives on Colonial City: Power, Politics and People
Richard Kagan

Juan Bautista Gutiérrez Auditorium
Universidad Francisco Marroquín
Guatemala, February 7, 2007

A New Media - UFM production. Guatemala, February 2007
Camera 1: Jorge Samayoa; camera 2: Joni Vásquez; digital editing: Rodrigo Escalante; index: Christiaan Ketelaar; content reviser: Katty Schellenger, Jennifer Keller; publication: Pedro David España



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Richard Kagan is professor of history at Johns Hopkins University. He…

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