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The political and economic activities of the Jesuits in the La Plata region

Magnus Mörner

The political and economic activities of the Jesuits in the La Plata region

the Hapsburg era

by Magnus Mörner

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Published in Stockholm .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Jesuits -- South America,
  • South America -- History -- To 1806

  • Edition Notes

    Statement[Translation from the original manuscript by Albert Read-
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxv, 254 p.
    Number of Pages254
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23744796M

    The Jesuits evangelized many indigenous groups, but focused on the Guarani, speakers of Tupi-Guarani who, after a process of about 4, years of dispersion from the Amazon region, in the 16th century settled huge territories that now belong to Brazil, Argentina, Paraguay and Uruguay. The same work contains an article entitled “La farmácia durante el período colonial y en los primeros años de vida independiente” (Pharmacy during the colonial period and the first years of independence), in which the authors restate the notable role of the Jesuits in the La Plata region of America for over a century and a half.

    The Jesuits’ political, social and, economic regime had a pro-found impact on the Guaraní demographic system. In spite of high the vast region of the Rio de la Plata was not a priority in the Iberian colonization of America. At Jesuit evangelical activity ofªcially began in , proceeding. PDF | Magnus Mörner and his contributions to Jesuit studies from a biographical-historiographical perspective. The Swedish historian and Latin | Find, read and cite all the research you need.

    Mar del Plata is an Argentine city in the southeast part of Buenos Aires Province located on the coast of the Atlantic is the head of General Pueyrredón del Plata is the second largest city in Buenos Aires name "Mar del Plata" has the meaning of "sea of the Plate region" or "adjoining sea to the (River) Plate region".   The scope of McShea’s book is vast, above all in how it illuminates the various elements that initiated, supported, and protected Jesuit missionary activities in New France.


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The political and economic activities of the Jesuits in the La Plata region by Magnus Mörner Download PDF EPUB FB2

Political and economic activities of the Jesuits in the La Plata region. Stockholm [Victor Pettersons Bokindustri Aktiebolag] (OCoLC) Online version: Mörner, Magnus. Political and economic activities of the Jesuits in the La Plata region.

Stockholm [Victor Pettersons Bokindustri Aktiebolag] (OCoLC) Material Type. Get this from a library. The political and economic activities of the Jesuits in the La Plata region: the Hapsburg era. [Magnus Mörner; Albert Read; Ibero. The political and economic activities of the Jesuits in the La Plata region: the Hapsburg era.

By Magnus Mörner. (Stockholm: Library and Institute of Ibero-American Studies, Pp. xv, $) - Volume 12 Issue 2 - LáZaro LamadridAuthor: LáZaro Lamadrid. Get this from a library. The political and economic activities of the Jesuits in the La Plata region: the Hapsburg Era.

[Magnus Mörner]. The Political and Economic Activities of the Jesuits in the la Plata Region: the Hapsburg Era. By Magnus Mörner. Translation from the Original Manuscript by Albert Read.

(Stockholm: Library and Institute of Ibero-American Studies. xv, $) and História das Bandeiras Paulistas. In two volumes. By Affonso d'E. Taunay. At the new locations, the Jesuits would establish 30 reductions, collectively often called the Rio de la Plata missions.

Bydespite slavers and epidemics, the Guarani population of the Rio de la Plata missions For nearly a century thereafter, the mission population would steadily increase to a maximum ofin Jesuit Missions (Reducciones) The Jesuits founded about fifty missions in the upper Río de la Plata between and Their purpose was to "reduce [the Indians] to civilized life," meaning to transform to European political, economic, and social patterns and Christian belief and ritual, the Native Americans of the region.

In Jesuit Paraguay, an area larger than the modern nation. The political and economic activities of the Jesuits in the La Plata region: the Hapsburg era. Simple search Advanced search - Research publications Advanced search - Student theses Statistics.

English Svenska Norsk. Change search. Stanford, ca: Stanford University Press, Pp. xviii + Hb, $ Magnus Mörner’s The Political and Economic Activities of the Jesuits in the La Plata Region: The Hapsburg Era constituted a milestone within Jesuit studies, but has become somewhat dated. Julia Sarreal’s book therefore provides a much-needed update to and continuation of Mörner’s work.

But her work has. Download Citation | Missions and the Frontiers of Spanish America: A Comparative Study of the Impact of Environmental, Economic, Political, and Socio-cultural Variations on the Missions in the Rio. Título original: The political and economic activities of the Jesuits in the La Plata region.

Traducción: Dora D. de Halperin. Al estudiar las actividades de los jesuítas en el Río de la Plata, el investigador sueco Magnus Morner se coloca en el centro de una trama sumamente compleja: en efecto, el análisis del funcionamiento del Estado. Translation of the English version of The political and economic activities of the Jesuits in the La Plata Region.

Description: pages ; 23 cm. Series Title: Biblioteca América Latina., Serie mayor ;, 1. Other Titles: Political and economic activities of the Jesuits in the La Plata Region. Responsibility: [Versión castellana de Dora D. Such economic activity can be found in the work of Francis Xavier, the pioneer of Catholic missions in Japan, who covered the cost of missionary work through merchant trading.

From the s to the s, the Jesuits covered all necessary expenses with trade profits and bought land in India. InSpanish King Philip III sent a letter to the governor of Rio de Plata Hernandarias de Saavedra to instruct him to send the newly arrived Jesuits to begin their missionary work.

With Spanish royal protection, the first Guayrá mission, Loreto, was established on the Paranapané by Father Joseph Cataldino and Father Simon Macerata in The Jesuit priest Father Ruiz de Montoya.

The Jesuits in 16/17th-Century Ethiopia. The Christian kingdom that controlled the Ethiopian high plateaux suffered a series of very deep political, economic, military and religious crises in the period between the late 15th century and the expulsion of the Jesuit missionaries in The relationship between political authority and the propagation of religious doctrine was a.

even closer in the New World than on the Iberian peninsula. less important in the New World than on the European continent. defined by the pope who insisted on political control in the New World. not influenced by national economic goals. The suppression of the Jesuits was a politically instigated removal of all members of the Society of Jesus from most of the countries of Western Europe and their colonies, beginning inand ultimately approved by The Holy See in InPope Pius VII restored the Society to its previous provinces and Jesuits began resuming their work in those countries.

The thirty Guaraní missions of the Río de la Plata were the largest and most prosperous of all the Catholic missions established throughout the frontier regions of the Americas to convert, acculturate, and incorporate indigenous peoples and their lands into the Spanish and Portuguese empires.

But between andthe mission population fell by almost half and the economy became insolvent. Missions and the Frontiers of Spanish America: A Comparative Study of the Impact of Environmental, Economic, Political, and Socio-Cultural Variations on the Missions in the Rio de la Plata Region and on the Northern Frontier of New Spain.

Robert Jackson's tenth and most ambitious book explores the factors and dispels the false ideas around how the fringes of Spain's empire in the Americas developed. He details how environmental differences and socio-cultural variations had a controlling influence on development of the missions in each region and how these factors explain the Author: Robert H.

Jackson. Defiance of such powerful groups paved the way for the expulsion of the Jesuits in The settlements were abandoned; the Indians were absorbed by either the landed estates or the jungle; the settlements fell into ruin; and economic activity ceased.

In the new Viceroyalty of the Río de la Plata was created, with its capital in Buenos.Describe the ethnic, economic, and political patterns in the Guianas. Outline the main cultural realms of South America.

Describe each realm’s main ethnic majority and explain how colonialism impacted each region. Summarize how the South American countries are attempting to integrate their economies.The Society of Jesus (SJ; Latin: Societas Iesu) is a religious order of the Catholic Church headquartered in was founded by Ignatius of Loyola and six companions with the approval of Pope Paul III in The members are called Jesuits (/ ˈ dʒ ɛ zj u ɪ t /; Latin: Iesuitæ).

The society is engaged in evangelization and apostolic ministry in nations.