Translation and Interpretation on the Araucanian
Frontier (17th-19th c.
Ya antes el autor exploro, desde una perspectiva historica--y etnohistorica-, aspectos relacionados a la politica Mapuche (ver por ejemplo, Dillehay 1986, 1990), los cuales son la base de su trabajo Monuments, Empires, and Resistance: The Araucanian
polity and ritual narrativesl (Dillehay 2007; ver tambien Dillehay y Zabala 2013; Zabala et al.
See the excellent article by Tim Fulford, "British Romantics and Native Americans: The Araucanians
of Chile," Studies in Romanticism 47 (2008): 225-52; quotation on 233.
Chile, for instance, was singled out by the Council of Foreign Relations in 1930 as a prime location for investment in copper and other natural resources, primarily due to the large influx of civilized Europeans, but also due to the "soundness of the racial stock," referring to the native Araucanian
Indians who were considered to be fiercely independent and energetic.
In this way the Araucanian
Indians of Chile survived as an independent force until the late nineteenth century, and Native Americans controlled a large part of the U.
Types of Haptoglobins in Araucanian
Indians of Chile", Nature 197, pp.
Man was dust, earthen vase, on eyelid of tremulous loam, the shape of clay he was Carib jug, Chibcha stone, imperial cup or Araucanian
Phytoplankton of two Araucanian
lakes of differing trophic status (Argentina).
These are lighter portrayals, tinged with melancholy, with the white-haired Araucanian
Indian goalkeeper in Soriano's "The Longest Penalty Ever" wondering if one heroic exploit qualifies a person for recognition and love.
He cheers on Spanish victories in the Old World (Saint-Quentin, Lepanto, the annexation of Portugal) about which he feels no similar moral ambivalence; he expresses his individual solidarity with the lamenting Araucanian
It is not surprising that this should have been the case with the Incas or even the Aztecs, but few historians have observed the widespread invocations of Araucanian
heroes during the independence wars that occurred even in Peru, the epicentre of "Incanesque" rhetoric.
ABSTRACT: This article analyses the Araucanian
presence in the Independence process of Chile.