From Colony to Nationhood in Mexico: Laying the Foundations, 1560–1840
October 24, 2013
Sean McEnroe M.A.T. ’95, assistant professor of history at Southern Oregon University, offers a new interpretation of Indian government, citizenship, and military service in the Spanish Empire. His book describes how Spanish alliances with Indian states built a multiethnic empire capable of expanding to new frontiers and incorporating new peoples.
Cambridge University Press, 2012. 264 pages.