Mision civilizadora de un monje espanol en Australia

Esposto, Roberto and Arroyo, Susana (2007) Mision civilizadora de un monje espanol en Australia. Razón y Palabra, 12 55: .

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Author Esposto, Roberto
Arroyo, Susana
Title Mision civilizadora de un monje espanol en Australia
Formatted title
Misión civilizadora de un monje español en Australia
Translated title Civilizing mission of a Spanish monk in Australia
Language of Title spa
Journal name Razón y Palabra
Translated journal name Reason and Word
Language of Journal Name spa
ISSN 1605-4806
Publication date 2007-02-01
Sub-type Article (original research)
Open Access Status File (Publisher version)
Volume 12
Issue 55
Total pages 16
Editor A. Ocampo Almazan
Place of publication Monterrey, Nuevo León, Mexico
Publisher Instituto Technológico de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey. Campus Estado de Mexico
Language spa
Subject C1
430101 History - Australian
750901 Understanding Australia's past
Formatted abstract
This study stems from a project that is taking place at The University of Queensland (Australia) by a team of investigators to rescue from oblivion the Bishop Rosendo Salvado daily ranging from 1844 to 1900. The papers consist of eleven volumes, meet about a million words, and written in several European languages, and Nyungar language spoken in the southwest corner of Western Australia. The diaries contain elements of valuable content for scholars from different disciplines: anthropology, sociology, history, psychology, literature, linguistics, semantics, semiotics and discourse analysis, among others. This study opens with a brief biography of Bishop Salvado, then trace a historical and theoretical framework centered on the "civilizing mission" Europe in the nineteenth century within which to situate the work of the Spanish missionary, then investigate from a linguistic perspective the appearance of transgression that supports changing Aboriginal names.
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Institutional Status UQ

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