History Department
History Department

Lecture by Prof. Ramon Mujica-Pinilla

Professor Mujica Pinilla is one of the most important historians of religious history in colonial Peru. The title of his lecture is "Art, Angels and Apocalypse in Early Modern Imperial Spain and Viceregal Peru."

Mon, October 22, 2007 | BUR 554

5:00 PM - 6:00 PM

He is Professor of History at the University of San Marcos, Peru, and the author and editor of countless books, including "Rosa Limensis: Mysticism, politics, and iconography surrounding the patron saint of the Americas," and "Apocryphal Angels and in Viceregal Spanish America."

BUR 554, 6-7:30 p.m., Discussion following the lecture of Mujica-Pinilla’s essay “Reading without a Book: On Sermons, Figurative Art, and Visual Culture in the Viceroyalty of Peru.” Pre-circulating essay available on request. Please contact canizares-esguerra@mail.utexas.edu.

Sponsored by: History Department and LLILAS

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