Source Review 3

Source Review 3 - Source Review 3 Fra Molinero: Juan Latino...

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Source Review 3 Fra Molinero: Juan Latino and his racial Difference Latino wrote for three reasons 1. Writing in Latin he wanted to distinguish himself from black slaves 2. Opened a rhetorical divide between black Christians and African muslims 3. Get rid of the idea of blacks as natural slaves A metaphor for writing, the most precious freedom of all Printing was a royal affair, so Latino’s success was even more significant Latinization seen as a path to legitimization Ethiopia as Christian universality Philip III: Degree of the Expulsion of the Moriscos-1609 Moriscos allowed to stay in Spain and practice their religion, 1492 1566 Moriscos scattered throughout Spain Moors expelled in 1609. Sense that they didn’t want to convert that they stayed hidden. Attempt to remove all Morisco elements from Spain, back to Africa. Christian citizens could seize property and kill Moors who resisted William Okeley 1675 Autonomy and fluidity of slavery Allowed to start and run his own business Not allowed to travel, but had enough privacy to build his own boat in secret
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This note was uploaded on 04/18/2011 for the course HIEU 3559 taught by Professor Rowe during the Spring '10 term at UVA.

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