Hispanism and the historiography of colonial Latin America: North American trends

Kris Lane

Resumen


RESUMEN
El hispanismo o la fascinación por todo lo “español” tienen una larga tradición en los Estados Unidos. El fenómeno ha tenido tanto manifestaciones populares como académicas, y por lo tanto debe tratarse de una manera amplia cuando se tiene en cuenta la historiografía de la América Latina colonial producida por académicos anglófonos, tanto dentro como fuera de los EE. UU. Los apologistas, críticos y todos los demás han tenido que lidiar con el legado hispano en las Américas, tanto en lo cultural como en lo religioso, económico, ambiental y de otro tipo. Este ensayo rastrea las principales preocupaciones o preguntas “hispanas” que generaron subcampos académicos y escuelas durante el último cuarto de siglo más o menos entre los anglófonos que investigan sobre América Latina colonial. La pregunta sigue siendo: ¿En qué medida el hispanismo o la preocupación por los múltiples legados coloniales de España han impulsado estas tendencias historiográficas? ¿Se ha desvanecido el hispanismo o simplemente ha tomado nuevas formas?

Palabras clave: Historiografía, Hispanismo, Hispanismo norteamericano
Topónimos: América Latina colonial
Período: siglo XX

ABSTRACT
Hispanism or the fascination with all things “Spanish” has a long history in the United States. The phenomenon has had both popular and scholarly manifestations, and thus must be treated broadly when reckoning with the historiography of colonial Latin America produced by Anglophone scholars, both inside and outside the U.S. Apologists, critics, and everyone in between have had to grapple with the Hispanic legacy in the Americas: cultural, religious, economic, environmental, and otherwise. This essay traces the main “Hispanic” concerns or questions that spawned scholarly sub-fields and schools over the last quarter-century or so among Anglophones working on colonial Latin America. The question remains: to what degree was Hispanism or a concern with Spain’s multiple colonial legacies a driver of these historiographical trends? Has Hispanism faded from view or has it simply taken on new guises?

Key words: Historiography, Hispanism, North American Hispanism
Place names: Colonial Latin America
Period: XXth century

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