Comentarios y respuesta

  • Marcela Echeverri Muñoz Associate Professor, Yale University, Department of History
  • Renzo Honores Instituto Internacional de Derecho y Sociedad
  • Nikos Potamianos Institute for Mediterranean Studies – FORTH
  • Christian De Vito
Palabras clave: Castigos paternalistas, Comentarios, respuesta

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Comentarios a Castigos paternalistas. Esclavos, amos y Estado en la Audiencia de Quito y en el Ecuador, 1730-1851 por parte de Marcela Echeverri, Renzo Honores y Nikos Potamianos. Respuesta del autor a los comentaristas

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2022-04-18
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