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Memoria americana

versión On-line ISSN 1851-3751

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VILLAR, Daniel  y  JIMENEZ, Juan Francisco. El continuo trato con infieles: los renegados de la región pampeana centro-oriental durante el último tercio del siglo XVIII. Mem.. am. [online]. 2005, n.13, pp. 151-178. ISSN 1851-3751.

The subject matter is the renegadoes, a small group of criollos, mestizos, black men and mulattoes, voluntarily settled among the indigenous groups of the central-west region of the pampas. Received with flexibility by the latter, who incorporated them into their lives and projects, the renegadoes were seen as absolute traitors by the colonial administration since, after abandoning the Christian god and king, they dedicated themselves to helping the unfaithful becoming irredeemable and dangerous beings. A series of diacritics, that revealed their unique transcultural condition, contributed to increase the risk exposure implied by their activities as spies and scouts (baqueanos), facilitating their identification and punishment and also granting them a documentary visibility that allows us to think about the cultural miscegenation context in which their presence became significant.

Palabras clave : Transculturality; Mestizaje; Renegadoes; Brokers / go-betweens.

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