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  1. Mestizos y castas en Nueva España. Un mestizo era producto de la mezcla de un español y un indígena. Por ello, algunos mestizos fueron educados como caballeros y damas españolas porque la Corona consideraba humillante que un hijo de un noble fuera educado entre los indígenas. Una vez consumada la conquista y comenzada la colonización, se ...

  2. El sistema de castas en las colonias españolas. El sistema de castas colonial derivaría de la noción de limpieza o pureza de sangre existente en España antes de la llegada de Colón a América, impulsado por la Inquisición para imponer el catolicismo, distinguiendo entre "cristianos viejos" y "cristianos nuevos", entre quienes se encontraban los "moros" (árabes) y judíos. [8]

  3. 23/11/2021 · Las relaciones ocasionales entre los miembros de estos grupos o entre los mismos mestizos, dieron lugar al sistema de castas, una clasificación que condicionaba el lugar que ocupaban en la sociedad las personas en la sociedad en base a quiénes eran sus progenitores, este lugar dependía también de la legitimidad de la persona, pues si era varón y era reconocido por un padre español sus ...

  4. Mestizos y castas en Nueva España. Un mestizo era producto de la mezcla de un español y un indígena. Por ello, algunos mestizos fueron educados como caballeros y damas españolas porque la Corona consideraba humillante que un hijo de un noble fuera educado entre los indígenas. Una vez consumada la conquista y comenzada la colonización, se ...

  5. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › CastaCasta - Wikipedia

    • "Colonial Caste System" Debate
    • Etymology
    • Use of Casta Terminology
    • "Purity of Blood" and The Evolution of Racial Classification
    • Casta Classifications and Legal Consequences
    • Casta Paintings of The 18th Century
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    The degree to which racial category labels had legal and social consequences has been subject to academic debate since the idea of a "caste system" was first developed by Ángel Rosenblat and Gonzalo Aguirre Beltrán in the 1940s. Both historians popularized the notion that racial status was a key organizing principle of Spanish colonial rule, became commonplace in the anglosphereduring the mid and late 20th century. However, recent academic studies in Latin America have widely challenged this notion, considering it a flawed and ideologically-based reinterpretation of the colonial period. Pilar Gonzalbo, in her study La trampa de las castas (2013) discards the idea of the existence of a "caste system" or a "caste society" in New Spain, understood as a "social organization based on the race and supported by coercive power". Joanne Rappaport, in her book on colonial New Granada, rejects the caste system as an interpretative framework for that time, discussing both the legitimacy of a mo...

    Casta is an Iberian word (existing in Spanish, Portuguese and other Iberian languages since the Middle Ages), meaning "lineage". It is documented in Spanish since 1417 and is linked to the proto-Indo European "Ger". The Portuguese casta gave rise to the English word caste during the Early Modern Period.

    In the historical literature, how racial distinction, hierarchy, and social status functioned over time in colonial Spanish America has been an evolving and contested discussion. Although the term sistema de castas (system of castes) or sociedad de castas ("society of castes") are utilized in modern historical analyses to describe the social hierarchy based on race, with Spaniards at the apex, archival research shows that there is not a rigid "system" with fixed places for individuals.rather, a more fluid social structure where individuals could move from one category to another, or maintain or be given different labels depending on the context. In the eighteenth century, "casta paintings," imply a fixed racial hierarchy, but this genre may well have been an attempt to bring order into a system that was more fluid. "For colonial elites, casta paintings might well have been an attempt to fix in place rigid divisions based on race, even as they were disappearing in social reality." Ex...

    Certain authors have sought to link the castas in Latin America to the older Spanish concept of "purity of blood", limpieza de sangre, originating under Moorish rule, developed in Christian Spain to denote those without recent Jewish or Muslim heritage or, more widely, heritage from individuals convicted by the Spanish inquisition for heresy. It was directly linked to religion and notions of legitimacy, lineage and honor following Spain's reconquest of Moorish territory and the degree to which it can be considered a precursor to the modern concept of race has been the subject of academic debate.. The Inquisition only allowed those Spaniards who could demonstrate not to have Jewish and Moorish blood to emigrate to Latin America, although this prohibition was frequently ignored and a number of Spanish Conquistadors were Jewish Conversos. Others, such as Juan Valiente, were Black Africans or had recent Moorish ancestry. Both in Spain and in the New World Conversos who continued to prac...

    In Spanish America racial categories were registered at local parishes upon baptism as required by the Spanish Crown. Initially in Spanish America there were three ethnic categories. They generally referred to the multiplicity of indigenous American peoples as "Indians" (indios). Those from Spain called themselves españoles. The third group were black Africans, called negros ("Blacks"), brought as slaves from the earliest days of Spanish empire in the Caribbean. Although intermarriage was widespread from the beginning of the colonial period, mestizosonly slowly began to be recognized as a distinct ethnicity 150 years after the conquest of Mexico, prior to which they had simply been identified as Spaniards. Although the number of Spanish women emigrating to New Spain was far higher than is often portrayed, they were fewer in number than men, as well as fewer black women than men, so the mixed-race offspring of Spaniards and of Blacks were often the product of liaisons with indigenous...

    Artwork created mainly in eighteenth-century Mexico purports to show race mixture as a hierarchy. These paintings have had tremendous influence in how scholars have approached difference in the colonial era, but should not be taken as definitive description of racial difference. For approximately a century, casta paintings were by elite artists for an elite viewership. They ceased to be produced following Mexico's independence in 1821 when casta designations were abolished. The vast majority of casta paintings were produced in Mexico, by a variety of artists, with a single group of canvases clearly identified for eighteenth-century Peru. In the colonial era, artists primarily created religious art and portraits, but in the eighteenth century, casta paintings emerged as a completely secular genre of art. An exception to that is the painting by Luis de Mena, a single canvas that has the central figure of the Virgin of Guadalupe and a set of casta groupings.Most sets of casta paintings...

    Safo, Nova. "Casta Paintings: Inventing Race Through Art/Mexican Art Genre Reveals 18th-Century Attitudes on Racial Mixing."The Tavis Smiley Show. June 30, 2004.
    Soong, Roland. Racial Classifications in Latin America. 1999.
  6. Castas en la Nueva España. 1. Historia Social Novohispana “Las castas en la Nueva España” Rubén A. Fonseca López. 2. A las personas que racialmente fueron el producto de mezclas de distintas razas se les denominó "castas". 3. Este heterogéneo grupo tuvo el mismo problema social que los mestizos.

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